Holy Trinity campaign aims to raise $5 million


By Celine Klosterman

LEE COUNTY – Holy Trinity Catholic Schools will launch the public phase of their Century Strong Capital Campaign on April 20 to raise a total of $5 million that will go toward teachers’ benefits, tuition assistance, technology and capital improvements.
After the silent phase of the campaign began in late 2012, donors contributed $1.6 million in pledges and gifts, said Lori Wilson, Holy Trinity’s development director. That total includes the largest single gift in the schools’ history, $1 million from a couple who wishes to remain anonymous, Wilson said. “Our people are very dedicated, and everyone takes care of each other.”
The school system aims to raise:
• $1.5 million for the elementary school building in West Point, which would receive upgrades to electrical, lighting, heating and air conditioning, gym restrooms, concessions and classrooms.

To read the rest of this article, subscribe to The Catholic Messenger’s e-edition.

Support The Catholic Messenger’s mission to inform, educate and inspire the faithful of the Diocese of Davenport – and beyond! Subscribe to the print and/or e-edition, or make a one-time donation, today!

Print Friendly, PDF & Email
Posted on