St. Paul understood that the Body of Christ is diverse and must work together to care for one another. At Seton Catholic Schools, we know that by working together, we will thrive.
Our mission of providing quality resources, programs, and services to our schools would not be possible without the dedication and financial assistance of our generous donors. We are eternally grateful and would like to take this moment to say thank you from the bottom of our hearts.
As we grow and expand, we are frequently faced with new needs for our students, teachers, and schools. There are many ways you can support our schools:
- Donate – Your financial gift will be used to expand resources and programs for our students.
- Fund-a-need – Many of our schools have wish lists that are frequently updated with classroom needs.
- Volunteer! Give your gifts of time and talent to our school communities.
- Pray! Keep our students, teachers, and schools in your thoughts and prayers.
Help Seton Catholic Schools thrive. Donate today.
Five Ways Your Financial Gifts Help Us
1. Providing accessible quality education to students in our urban schools. Most of our students attend with the help of the Milwaukee and Wisconsin Parental Choice programs, scholarships, and financial aid. Many of these families never thought that they could afford to send their children to a Catholic school.
2. Providing needed improvements to equipment and facilities. Our schools are rich in history and tradition, but many have outdated buildings and facilities that need improvements or repairs.
3. Enabling the teaching mission of the Catholic Church in the greater Milwaukee area.
4. Growing endowment funds which creates future income to ensure an excellent education is within reach of all in the greater Milwaukee area.
5. Funding special programs or services like Catapult Learning, school counselors, Milwaukee Succeeds, and more.
“We, who are many, are one body in Christ, and individually members one of another. Since we have gifts that differ according to the grace given to us, each of us is to exercise them accordingly”