School fundraising is managed by the BFC Development Council. Foley hosts a select number of fundraisers each year to help bridge the gap between tuition and actual cost of a student's education. Other fundraisers not on this list must be approved by the Advancement Office by contacting Amy Uebbing, Vice President for Advancement.
Support students as they complete a putt-putt course around the school to raise scholarship funds.
When scrip dollars are purchased, they can be used as cash at stores. Three to 15 percent is returned to the school. Each family has their own account and a percentage of that which is returned goes to offset the participating family’s tuition.
There are several easy ways to help the school with every day routines. Here are some additional ways that money can be generated for Foley.
The Kroger Community Rewards Program was designed to make fundraising easy by using your Kroger Plus card. An account can be created online. Within 7-10 business days of registration and upon purchases made, a message will appear at the bottom of the Kroger receipt:“At your request, Kroger is donating to Bishop Foley Catholic High School.”
Unwanted paper can be placed in the two paper recycling containers are located in the back of the student/visitor parking lot. Funds from this go towards supporting the Foley Robotic Team.
The Coca-Cola Give program gives schools an opportunity to raise money from purchased beverage containers. Register online, search for Bishop Foley Catholic, and scan the cap code from your phone or enter the code manually. If you prefer, send the caps to the main office and volunteers will input the information.