There are many ways to support St. Anastasia School through various fundraisers throughout the year.

MARATHON

Marathon: The Marathon fundraiser occurs each fall at St. Anastasia Catholic School. Students ask friends, neighbors, relatives and local businesses for monetary pledges. On October 6th, 2017, the entire school, joined by many parents, friends, staff and siblings, walk our marathon route. This is the biggest fundraiser that St. Anastasia Catholic School does annually. It helps raise money as well as awareness for our school.  Last year monies raised helped to purchase technology pieces, curriculum materials & fund lyceum events.  This year your donations will be used to upgrade technology pieces and new curriculum materials.  With your support we can reach our goal of $50,000 and continue to provide a quality education in which our stduents can grow and thrive.

Donate today Online.

Marathon Flyer

Thank You for supporting the 2017 St. Anastasia School Marathon!

Thank you to our parish family, school family, alumni, friends & businesses for generously supporting our school through prayers and donations.  Thank you for investing in the education of our students.

A Special Thank You to our Sponsors:

Gold Level

St. Anastasia Knights of Columbus

Elite Level

Fox River Graphics, (320) 587-7939, www.frg.solutions

Premium Level

4-Square Builders, (320) 864-6183, 4squarebuilders.com

Animal Medical Center, Inc.  (320) 587-4044, www.besthutchinsonvet.com

Green Earth Lawn Care, (320) 296-9465, www.growtheglow.com

Hutchinson Family Dentistry, (320) 587-2146, www.hutchfamilydentistry.com

MITGI, (320) 455-0535, www.mitgi.com

PHB Consulting (320) 234-8900  www.phbconsulting.com

Dave & Lisa Byron

Lindsay Whalen & Ben Greve

Lauren Emily Scholarship Fund

Jeff & Gail Lehn

Mark & Ann Lewandowski

Emmet & Marge McCormick

Catherine McGinnis & James Allen

Richard & Bea Prellwitz

Dennis & Donna Rensch

William & Mary Troumbly

St. Anastasia Basketball Committee

Presenting Level

Darwin Monument (320) 693-5902 darwinmonument.com

Peterson, Juergensen, & Hemerick, Co. (320) 587-2255

Hutchinson Dental Center, (320) 587-3993,   www.hutchinsondental.com

Inglis Orthodontist (320) 587-3502  www.inglisorthodontics.com

Peterson, Juergensen, & Hemerick, Co. (320) 587-2255

Citizens Insurance Company

Jeff & Lori Dahlberg

Edward Jones, Dean Winter

Brian & Heather Knorr, Hayden, Haley & Brady, In honor of Lauren Emily Knorr

Tom & Mary Inglis

Thomas & Mary Jo Lyke

Tom & Kathy Mach

Connie Maher

New Era Financial Group

Schumaci & Associates

St. Anastasia Council of Catholic Women

Barry & Shannon Visser

PARTICIPATION FUNDRAISERS

Give MN: An online giving option. On November 16th, 2017 donations will be matched up to $10,000  by other businesses.  Your donations can start on November 1st and will be matched until November 16th.   www.GiveMN.org

Catholic United Financial Raffle: In the winter, St. Anastasia Catholic School students sell raffle tickets for $5.00 for a chance of winning cash or prizes. 100% of the money raised by St. Anastasia Catholic School students stays at our school.

Fat Tuesday: Families may give a free-will donation to the school for the meal that is provided at our Fat Tuesday celebration.

Gift Baskets: In this Home and School sponsored event, students sell tickets for a chance to win one of several baskets. Gift baskets in the past have included “Gift Cards,” “His,” “Hers,” and “Game Night.” The winners of the basket raffle are drawn during the Advent Program.

Give MN: An online giving option. On November 17th, 2016 donations can be made and up to $10,000 will be matched by other businesses. www.GiveMN.org

Kids Garage Sale: In this Home and School sponsored fundraiser in May, items are donated, and then sold in a giant garage sale of kids items where most of the items are marked at 25 cents.

Knights of Columbus & Basketball Breakfasts: Families work at these Sunday morning breakfasts and the proceeds go to St. Anastasia Catholic School.

Knights of Columbus Fish Fry: Volunteers attend the Knights of Columbus Fish Fry and sell raffle tickets for chances to win prizes.

Scholastic Book Fair: The Scholastic Book Fair takes place during conferences. Families may purchase books, and the profits go to the St. Anastasia Catholic School library.

Our Scholastic Book Fair is a reading event that brings the books kids want to read right into our school. It’s a wonderful selection of engaging and affordable books for every reading level. Please make plans to visit our Book Fair and be involved in shaping your child’s reading habits.

Book Fair dates: November 19th – 21st, 2017

Shopping hours: Sunday after mass, Tuesday 3pm-8pm

If you are unable to attend the Fair in person, we invite you to visit our online Book Fair at www.scholastic.com/bookfairs/findafair .

YEAR-LONG FUNDRAISERS

Aluminum Can Collection: Aluminum cans are collected in a trailer located in the parking lot of the St. Anastasia Catholic School. Cans can be dropped off at any time.

Give MN: An online giving option. On November 17th, 2016 donations can be made and up to $10,000 will be matched by other businesses. www.GiveMN.org

Labels to Save: Families are encouraged to save Cash Wise Labels for Learning, Campbell’s Labels for Education, Box Tops, Qwik Trip “Milk Moola”, and Desktop Printer Ink Cartridges. These items can be turned in at the school or the church.

Tuition Grant through the Diocese: A second collection is taken up at Mass in this fundraiser sponsored by the Diocese of New Ulm.

“My wife Ann and I have had at least one of our children at St. Anastasia Catholic School for almost 20 years.  Obviously we have been very happy with the superior quality of the education that they received in the moral and religious background of St. Anastasia Catholic School.  The latter is just not possible in the public schools and was important to us in the raising of our kids. The small class size and great teachers made it an easy choice for us.  Our kids have maintained close friendships with their St. Anastasia Catholic School classmates as they went through middle and high school and beyond.” – Mike & Ann, St. Anastasia Catholic School Parents