OLPH Annual Fund

OLPH Annual Fund Drive

 

The OLPH Annual Fund was created two years ago as a result the input and advice of our school parents.  It replaces multiple fund raisers that we used to have throughout the school year.  All proceeds go directly to the school and help pay for much needed technology, instructional and program improvements.  all students benefit directly from these funds and from your support.

 

We realize that we are in the midst of difficult economic times and that many people are still struggling.  We believe that if we give with faith, God will enrich and multiply our gifts.  We ask that you prayerfully consider your donation.  Your gift helps insure that OLPH School continues the critical mission of forming future leaders for our society.

 

Our goal for 2014-15 is $32,00 and 100% participation.  To assist in reaching this goal, we have two opportunities for student recognition:

  • Family +3 Contest - Every family that donates and gets 3 additional friends/relatives to donate will will a Pizza Party for their child

 

 Please remember that every donation counts!  The key is to get 100% participation.  We are now able to accept credit card payments and do monthly billings.  Please know that our success lies with you and that your continued support of the Annual Fund is critical to providing the means to keep our school's standard of excellence.

 

 

To make your online contribution:

Go to the Admissions Menu,

Select "Online Payments/Fundraisers/Donations"

Select "Annual Fund Contributions"

 

Note:  Annual Fund Contributions may also be made via the Church Website.  Please click the link below for instructions.

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If you have questions or need assistance, please contact Mike Votava at votmike@suddenlink.net;  or  annualfund@olphrm.com.

We thank you for your support and know that together we will meet our goals!

 

May God bless you,

The Development Committee

 
 
For instructions on making your online Annual Fund contribution from the Church Website, please select the link below: