Support Blessed Sacrament School
Like most Catholic Schools, Blessed Sacrament School faces the challenge of succeeding in an increasingly competitive educational marketplace. With tuition and fees covering just 60% of the cost of a student's education, the school relies on support from parishioners, alumni, parents, and friends to help bridge the gap between tuition income and growing financial demands. This can be accomplished by contributing your time, your resources, and your prayers to our many fundraising efforts.
An ongoing fundraiser throughout the year, the Annual Fund supports the operating budget of the school, including financial assistance for students, educational programming, technology upgrades, salaries, and maintenance and physical improvements to the campus. Gifts of any amount are appreciated!
The Father Jeff Challenge – Donors who make gifts that match or exceed the Pastor's contribution of $1,000 each fiscal year are designated as having taken the Father Jeff Challenge. We are fortunate that there are at least 30 individuals or families who participate every year.
Amazon donates 0.5% of the price of your eligible AmazonSmile purchases to Blessed Sacrament when you purchase your normal Amazon items through smile.amazon.com and select Blessed Sacrament as your designated organization.
Auction and Dinner
The biggest fundraising event of the year is our fall Auction and Dinner. Typically held at the beginning of October, this huge effort raises in excess of $85,000 for the school. There are several live and silent auction items up for bid, in addition to raffles and other great prizes.
We invite all grandparents of Blessed Sacrament School's students to join the B.S.S. Grandparents' Club. Members receive several newsletters throughout the year that keep them in-the-know about events at Blessed Sacrament School. To join, contact Kim Hoffmann in the Development Office at .
The Garden Party is an annual Blessed Sacrament tradition held on a weeknight in mid-June. This fun family celebration includes games, carnival rides, a variety of food and concessions. Volunteers are needed to assist in the following areas: planning committees, set-up prior to the event, staff the food concessions and games that evening and clean-up following the event.
M.A.G.I.C. Match offers families and businesses an opportunity to enrich our students' education by making a $500 donation to sponsor a classroom, club, or activity.
For information on the Magic Match program, please click here.
For several years, a Mardi Gras celebration has been held at the school before the start of Lent. The Mardi Gras features Cajun music and food. The proceeds of the evening support the school's Annual Fund.
The school purchases gift cards at a discount and sell them in the school office at face value. The profits are spit 50/50 with the participating families in the form of tuition credits or free gift cards.
For informartion on the SCRIP Program, please click here.
Save Box Tops & Cambell's Soup labels
Save the Box Tops For Education labels off many grocery and household products. The school receives $.10 for each label and has earned more than $5000 in a year! Download the Box Tops App from the App Store to easily scan receipts and earn bonus Box Tops for the school!
Save Campbell's Soup labels. They have been redeemed for playground, classroom and P.E. equipment.
Rewards Cards - Meijer, Schnucks, Target & County Market
Schnucks - Obtain a card from the store or the school or parish office and register it so that a percentage of your purchases will benefit Blessed Sacrament School. We currently are receiving an average of $200/month!
Meijer Community Rewards
Register your current Meijer credit card so that a percentage of our purchases will benefit Blessed Sacrament School. You may also receive a Meijer 1 Card to use with your own debit card or credit card. Visit meijer.com/rewards. Our school code is #147319.
Target - "Take Charge of Education" program
Visit their website for more information.
County Market Max Card - Register your Max Card to benefit Blessed Sacrament School.