Special thanks to our 2016-2017 Community Partners
We are incredibly thankful for their support and commitment to Butler Catholic School!
Cardinal Wuerl North Catholic High School
C.W. Howard Insurance Agency.
Would your business like to become a BCS Community Partner?
Butler Catholic School would not exist without the support and engagement of our community members and businesses. We recognize that as a school we are educating tomorrow’s community leaders, and are preparing our students to be active members and respected leaders of business, church, and social endeavors. To support this mission, we draw on a combination of tuition as well as donations and fundraising activities to meet our budget each year. Our three main fundraising events each year are generously supported through donations by the school families and the business community.
We have heard from many of you that you are interested in supporting Butler Catholic School on a more planned basis. You are busy in your offices, stores and manufacturing plants, and rather than being asked for scattered donations throughout the year, you would prefer a once-annual commitment. We have listened to these requests, and have developed a program that not only benefits Butler Catholic students, but also brings great value to you.
Our Community Partner program consists of an annual commitment, which runs for the length of each school year. During this time period, Community Partners receive Sponsorship Benefits at each of our three main fundraisers, plus invaluable benefits and unprecedented visibility within our school community throughout the year. We encourage you to read through our bcs-community-partners that details the levels of commitment available, the benefits you will receive, and the support from our school community back to YOU.
Please contact Kathy Dudley in the school office 724-285-4276, or email us directly at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information, to ask any questions, or to start on your way toward becoming one of our Community Partners today.