Development and Advancement
The Office of Development and Advancement works to raise charitable contributions in support of the mission of Christian education dedicated to the Felician Sisters values. Contributions are made in a variety of ways and used to enhance the programs and services that make Pomona Catholic School education distinctive.
Thank you for your continued partnership!
Ways to Support PC
Make a Difference!There are many ways to make a lasting contribution to Pomona Catholic School. Gifts from alumni, parents, families, faculty, staff and friends sustain the school and support our unique learning environment. Each gift, no matter the amount, makes a vital impact.Restricted Support
Donor determines the program they want to support. For example, the donor can choose to donate their gift to the Fine Arts program.Unrestricted Support
This allows the school to use the funds where it is most needed. In addition to supporting day-to-day operations, these dollars enable the Administration to take advantage of unexpected opportunities, address unforeseen challenges, and provide stability in uncertain economic times.Company Matching Program
Your gift (restricted/unrestricted) could be matched dollar for dollar! Many companies offer matching gift programs that will double, even triple a donation’s value.Shopping is Rewarding!
Register on-line with the retailers listed below. A portion of your shopping will be credited to PC.
- Amazon Smile
- Box Tops for Education
Purchase a brick in your name, the name of a child, a friend, company, or just someone you have always admired and for whom you would like to do something special. You may want to commemorate graduation, a very special date, or honor the memory of a loved one. Bricks make unique birthday or holiday gifts for friends and relatives. Leave a legacy by being a part of the “Pacer Commemorative Patio and Alumni Walk.” Cost is $100 per brick.Adopt a Student
We encourage alumni, families, and friends to participate by making a gift of $500 or more to the “Adopt-a-Student ” program.Endowment and Estate Gift
Speak to us about establishing an endowment or including PC in your will or estate plans. There are many giving options with tax benefits.Gifts In Kind
Donations of technology, equipment, furniture and other items relevant to our educational program and in good condition are welcome.Volunteer
There are so many ways for current and past parents, alumni and friends to volunteer at PC. We encourage you to be a part of the life of the school by lending your time and talents. Attend events such as Casino Night, Car Show, Career Day, chaperone dances, present a workshop/lesson related to curriculum, attend athletic events, and more.For more information on Ways to Support PC:Call (909) 623-5297, ext. 13
Make a differenceby fulfilling our wish list either by making a monetary, material and/or labor contribution. Prayerfully consider support for the wish list that follows:STUDENT PROGRAM ADVANCEMENTS
- stage curtains for Auditorium
- Mac computers for Yearbook
- technology Support– Donate your time!
ATHLETIC ADVANCEMENTSsports equipment
- build a new gymnasium – Contact the Development Office at 909-623-5297, ext. 13.
- renovate science labs
- paint classrooms and hallways
- upgrade electrical work
- replace the chain link with iron fencing
Keeps tuition costs down.Each dollar we raise goes directly to support the budget. We have four mandatory fundraisers that assist with filling the gap. They are the Fall Raffle, Casino Night Dinner, the Spring Walk-a-thon, and the year-long Scrip program.Fall Raffle$200/familyEach family is responsible for selling 40 tickets.Casino Night$45 per ticket.21 & Over. This fundraiser requires all families to purchase 2 tickets. Your admission includes food, drinks, and fun gaming tables. This is a great opportunity for all our families to bond.Spring Walk-a-thon$200/family
Students ask friends and families to sponsor them as they walk, skip, and run. The event is followed by a family friendly carnival.Scrip$200 Rebate/family
Each family has an obligation to purchase enough scrip to generate a total rebate amount of $200.