Fundraising is an essential activity, not only because of the sense of community that grows when we work together, but also because tuition does not cover the full cost of educating our children at FCS. Your active participation is critical in helping bridge the gap and in keeping tuition costs down.
* * * Please download the FCS Donation form * * *
For more information on giving to FCS, please refer to the Means of Giving guide (.DOC, 24 KB).
Please contact Christine Dunathan with questions or for assistance. Thank you for your support! Please sign up today!
The Monarch Sister Schools Program (MSSP) Got Milkweed? FundRaiser is designed to help raise funds for planting and maintaining a Monarch 'Garden of Discovery', support production of a winter habitat project with your sister school in Mexico, sponsor a community based Forest Ranger and even venture on an EcoTour in and around the Monarch Butterfly Biosphere Reserve.
Share a "Got Milkweed?" Tshirt with someone who cares to spread the word about the importance of planting milkweed for monarchs. Got Milkweed in your garden? If not, purchase a Tropical Milkweed (Asclepias curassavica) seedling or Butterfly Milkweed (Asclepias tuberosa) seeds to plant in your own backyard.
To order please use the FCS Got Milkweed order form (.PDF, 48 KB).
These coveted items are easy to get... Just ask for one when you send in a donation to the Green and Growing Campaign! The campaign -
Thank you! Please download the Green and Growing Campaign form
TFCS is hoping to raise the funds through the Annual Giving Fund to install benches, a chess table, a trash can, and some plantings to for this fun, creative and inviting playground for children ages 5 to 14. You can help the FCS playground by purchasing an FCS brick, paver or square that will literally pave the way to the playground. Consider joining with family, friends, or classmates to commemorate a person, an event, or share a thought or feeling. The bricks are locally made.
Details are in the flyer, please download a flyer.
Many different elements were required to meet the physical needs of children with such a wide age range. We also want to add continuous elements to the playground as funds become available, especially stand-alone structures for children of specific ages.