The purpose of the Fighting Irish Annual Fund is to provide Fisher Catholic High School with unrestricted funding that will assist with the school year’s operating costs such as:


  • Providing tuition assistance for families
  • Financing ongoing facility enhancements and upgrades
  • Providing funding assistance to academic departments to increase technology and advance curriculum


Note: The Fighting Irish Annual Fund is not a capital campaign, is not restricted gifts (e.g., scholarship funds), or special events (e.g., Bid O’ Luck, Alumni Golf Outing).


We hope that you will be one of our Fighting Irish Annual Fund supporters this year.  Your gift will ensure that “Irish Pride” will continue for many years to come.  If you have already made your annual gift, we sincerely appreciate your contribution!  If not please consider supporting FCHS with a gift by clicking the box below!

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In addition to giving to the Fighting Irish Annual Fund at Fisher Catholic High School, there are many endowments that help to provide tuition assistance for students and their families, support for our outstanding programs, as well as support for our faculty and staff.  Fisher Catholic High School has endowments that have been established by, and named after, individual donors. You can read more information about endowments below.

An endowment is a gift that provides a source of economic support in perpetuity. When an endowment is established, the money becomes a permanent investment for the school, with the annual income from that investment providing financial resources to support an area of need.
An endowment offers the opportunity to leave a legacy for future students. Endowments also provide resources for Fisher Catholic High School in perpetuity.
Contributions to endowments can be made with cash, securities, property or other assets.  The minimum contribution to establish an endowment is $10,000.
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Established Endowments

If you have a question about our Fighting Irish Annual Fund or creating an endowment at FCHS, please contact
Erin Ellis, Director of Development and Alumni Relations
at eellis@cdeducation.org or 740-654-1231.