Dear Friends of St. Martin’s School,
This coming September, we will be celebrating our school’s 95th year of making a difference in the lives of students by inspiring spiritual growth, academic excellence, leadership, and service to others. For almost a century, our students have left St. Martin’s grounded in the Catholic faith and fully prepared to meet the challenges of our world. We depend on the kind support of St. Martin’s families, alumni, parishioners, and friends to meet the annual financial needs of the school and its programs each year through our Endowment Funds Appeal. Your gift to our Endowment Funds directly supports our mission and affects the daily lives of each of our students at St. Martin’s.
Contributions may be directed to one of two mission-supporting funds:
Tuition Assistance Fund, to help students in-need afford tuition
School Operating Fund, supporting all areas of school, including curricular enhancements, technology upgrades, religious activities, and facility improvements
The Funds are invested responsibly in line with our Catholic faith. The interest from both Funds helps to minimize tuition increases for all.
If you believe in our mission, please give to our mission! Together we can continue St. Martin’s proud tradition of nurturing Catholic faith and teachings while providing an exceptional education. Over the weekend of March 28 & 29, school parents will speak at all Masses about the value of St. Martin’s School and the strides we have made in keeping our education rooted in Gospel-values affordable for all families. Help us bridge this financial gap, allowing us to continue to foster students of intellect and character who work for a just world filled with the compassion of Christ.
To make a donation, please click on Endowment Funds. Your tax-deductible donation cannot go to a worthier cause. For questions, please contact Anne Gemunder, Director of Development at email@example.com or at 301-990-2441.
Thank you for supporting Catholic education and St. Martin’s School.
May God bless you and your loved ones,
Rev. David G. Wells Administrator
Mr. Stephen C. Lamont