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Annual Stewardship Offertory Campaign

“I came so that they might have life and have it more abundantly.” (John 10:10)

This is why we do what we do at St. Francis Borgia Parish: to bring people to live life abundantly in Christ.

We are so blessed to have you at St. Francis Borgia Parish! It is your presence, prayers and support which allow us to continue to make a difference here in our community and our world. Thank You!

Now, we come to you in need of your help.

Inflation is affecting all of us, including our parish and school. After evaluating every line item in our budget and cutting every expense we could spare, we cannot make ends meet.

We need your help to continue our mission. We are asking everyone to increase their regular giving to the Offertory.

Thank you to those who have already generously increased your support.

If you already support the parish, please prayerfully consider increasing your regular gift to the Offertory.

And if you have never given to the parish, now is a great time to start!

The greatest investment you can make is right here at St. Francis Borgia Parish. With your investment, we connect people to their heavenly Father through Christ and help them live in the light of eternity. We have the best mission in the world!

Fr. Patrick Burns and Fr. Matthew Ferch

How to Make a Financial Pledge

As part of our campaign we are asking our parishioners to prayerfully make a pledge. Parishioners are asked to commit to either a weekly, monthly, quarterly or one time gift of money to help support this annual campaign. Amounts can be designated during the process of making a pledge or at any time during the year.

Pledging may be made one of two ways:  online or contribution envelopes.


Preferred Method

Electronic Funds Transfer (EFT)

Online giving is provided by the Abundant platform. You may donate online here or by texting SFBGIVE to 73256. You may give using a bank account or a credit card, and the donations can be one-time or recurring. For example, this online form can be used for setting up electronic funds transfers (EFT).

Donations by envelope (check or cash)

Contribution envelopes can be used for donations by cash or check. Packets of envelopes are sent to parishioners’ homes. Parishioners can choose to give without contribution envelopes, in which case a parish/envelope number will be assigned, but no envelopes will be sent. Parishioners should note their parish/envelope number with contributions, so that they are properly credited for their donations. Complete the form here if you want to donate using envelopes.

Planned Giving

Planned giving is a thoughtful way for donors to extend their gifts beyond their lifetime to support Saint Francis Borgia Parish and to ensure that our Church and ministries remain vibrant and filled with hope for future generations.

If interested in planned giving through Required Minimum Distribution (RMD), a trust or similar donation method, please contact our Parish Accountant at 262-377-1070 Ext 337.

Matching Gifts

Matching gifts allow you to increase your contribution at no additional cost to you. Many companies offer matching gift programs to encourage their employees to contribute to charitable organizations.

For more information, please contact the Stewardship Office at 262-377-1070 or email us.

Our students are learning to become faithful disciples who serve Christ.

Will you help them get there?

Tuition only covers about 50% of the expenses to run our great school. Our community is called to bridge the operational gap.
Money from the Annual Appeal helps fund the vital day-to-day needs of our students and staff, while keeping us on the cutting edge.

From $10 donations to $1,000’s:
Every gift counts!
Join fellow supporters and help provide the exceptional Catholic Education SFB is known for.

School Appeal Goal

Your gift makes a real impact, and together we can help every student, every year, grow into the Christ-centered person they were chosen to become.

Giving is part of the sharing of resources good stewardship requires.
It calls us to nurture our relationships with God, our families, our church, our workplace, our environment, our suffering neighbors and our world.”