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Parochial School Fundraising Case Study: St. Lucy Parish School

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by ShopWithScrip on 11/18/15 4:30 PM

Parochial School Fundraising Case Study: St. Lucy Parish School

The benefits of a parochial education— values-added education, higher standardized testing scores, and lower dropout rates —come with the price tag of tuition costs. In order to make tuition more affordable for everyone, it’s important for parochial schools to have a solid fundraising plan. So how can parochial schools raise money without causing fundraising fatigue?

Raising Money Without Causing Fundraising Fatigue

St. Lucy Parish School, located in Racine, Wisconsin, answered this dilemma with one word: scrip. The school has been home to a successful scrip fundraising program for the past 15 years. We had a chance to talk with them about how they turned fundraising fatigue into a fundraising success story. To help you out, we've compiled their experience in a case study that covers:

  • How St. Lucy’s tackled the same problems many parochial schools face
  • Why they chose scrip fundraising
  • How scrip fundraising has helped their school
  • Insights into running a successful program

Ready to learn how to supercharge your fundraising, without wearing out your students and families? Download the case study today.

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