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We are able to withdraw monthly debit entries for donations from your checking or saving account!  Contact our Director of Giving & Events for more information or to receive an authorization form:  715-387-1177 ext. 3314;   

Our school system's financial health and stability depends on the Annual Appeal which seeks contributions to financially support our schools on an annual basis. Gifts made to the Columbus Catholic Schools are used to help maintain the demands of the annual budget and enhance curriculum, materials, and programs for our students.  Gifts to Columbus Catholic Schools may be designated to any of the following areas: greatest need; academics & faith formation; athletics; facilities & maintenance; fine arts; technology; and tuition assistance.  Our Annual Appeal typically takes place from November until February.  If you would like more information, contact the Development Office at 715-387-1177 ext. 3318 or   

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Columbus Catholic Booster Club raises money through membership dues, donations, raffles, spirit merchandising sales, concessions, and other activities as approved by the Columbus Catholic School athletic department. The Booster Club annually distributes these funds in ways that support every sport.  

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Non-expired clippable tops or scan you receipts with the Box Tops for Education App within 14 days of purchase. Columbus Catholic Schools is happy to accept and scan receipts for people. For more information go to 

As enrollment continues to expand, we've started to experience a shortage of space, for both classrooms and extra-curricular activities.  That is why we are endeavoring to build a $10.5 million fieldhouse on the former convent location.  Click here for information: 

The cost to install windows in each classroom is approximately $15,000.  There are many ways to help out.  You can sponsor a classroom for $15,000 and get your name displayed on a Room Sign.  You can even select the classroom you’d like to sponsor if it's available!  We’ve received donations from individuals, families and businesses.  We even had alumni raising money to sponsor a classroom in honor of their entire graduating class!  However, ANY donation amount is welcome and much appreciated.  For more information, contact the Development Office at 715-387-1177 ext. 3314.

We recently upgraded our Tech. Ed. classroom and are always looking for donations of tools.  Contact our principal, Mr. Lambrecht, to find out the specific needs for this area!

Donations of cash and checks can either be dropped off at the Columbus main office or mailed to:  Columbus Catholic Schools, Attn: Development Department, 710 S. Columbus Ave., Marshfield, WI  54449.  You can also make an online donation with your credit card by clicking HERE.  

This fund was established in 2008 for the benefit of Columbus Catholic Schools. Interest earned on this fund is used for operating expenses of the entire Columbus Catholic Schools system. Funds are used to enhance the educational opportunities of our students.

CEF was established in 1976 in support of Columbus High School. Almost 40 years later, over 5.1 million dollars has been distributed from the CEF General Fund to Columbus High School. The fund is currently valued at 3.5 million dollars. CEF has been the recipient of wills, bequests, life Insurance, and retirement assets as well as gifts of cash. Planned giving to our Catholic schools creates a legacy that will benefit generations of students and help ensure that the educational and spiritual objectives of Columbus Catholic Schools will continue into the future.

Through “Coca-Cola Give”, you can support our schools by donating your codes found on Coca-Cola products. We are able to use donated funds for extra-curricular activities including sports, technology, art and/or school supplies within our schools. Join us in giving back to our community!  Coke Rewards has a new app called Sip & Scan that you can use to scan your codes (found inside bottle caps and on the paper case cartons.) Please select Columbus Catholic High School | Marshfield for your school.  If you prefer to have us scan the codes, please send your codes (bottle caps or codes from paper cases) to any of our schools.  Mrs. Vine will be collect and scan the codes!

Click here to download a flyer about Coke Rewards 

The Deserving Don Recognition Program allows families, co-workers, and other members of the CCS community to show their appreciation for an employee’s hard work and dedication by making a donation in his/her name.  Click here for more information: 

Every year we are looking for sponsors for our two fundraising events:  Alpine Holiday and Galleon.  These events are important because they help us to keep tuition as low as possible for our families.  If you are interested in becoming a sponsor, or donating a prize, contact us at or call the Development Office at 715-387-1177 ext. 3314.

Anybody who donates goods and services (businesses and individuals) need to fill out our “Gift in Kind Form.”  We use this form to generate a thank you letter that can be used for tax purposes.  Click here to fill out our form.

Did you know that donating your used inkjet cartridges can raise money for our school system? Please send used or new inkjet cartridges to Mrs. Mueller, Librarian at St. John the Baptist Primary School from any of the Columbus schools. Please make sure they are fully sealed in a bag or placed into a plastic grocery bag as many will leak ink!  If you have toner cartridges, please inquire before dropping off as those rules change often. We appreciate your support. If you have questions, please contact Mrs. Mueller, SJBP Librarian, by emailing 

Your in-store and gas purchases can earn rewards points that can be donated to an eligible charity of your choice. Simply stop into any KwikTrip or Kwik Star location and ask them about getting a Rewards card or go online to  and enter Organization # 150271 for Columbus Catholic Schools. Already have a card? Login and update your information today. See attached flyer.

Click here to download a flyer about how to get started with Kwik Rewards 

The Employee Driven Corporate Giving program allows all Marshfield Clinic Health System employees to nominate an organization that contributes to enriching lives and improving the health and well-being of the communities we serve. 

Simply make a purchase of qualifying school supplies, provide your school's ID at checkout (in store and online) and your designated school will receive 5% back in credits for FREE supplies! It's a small act that can make a huge difference.

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The Columbus Education Foundation, in partnership with Columbus High School, helps donors create named scholarships for students to attend Columbus, or for graduating seniors. These funds can be restricted and the donor can establish the criteria for the scholarship. To establish a $500 annual scholarship through CEF, a minimum amount of $10,000 is needed. This gift will ensure that the scholarship will continue in perpetuity. A $20,000 donation would award a $1,000 scholarship each year. Donors may give to an existing scholarship or contact the Development Office to establish a new one.

If you'd rather donate items to a teacher's classroom - and give them what they REALLY want for Christmas! - watch for our annual "Teacher Wish List" that comes out during the holidays.  To upgrade their classrooms, teachers look for games, to art supplies, to furniture!  If you'd rather not wait, contact the Development Office, or your favorite teacher, directly.

Generosity is important to Thrivent and its members. Thrivent Choice® provides a platform for members to have a financial impact on the causes and nonprofits they care about. More than 40,000 churches and nonprofits are enrolled in the program, and it keeps growing!  Eligible members can recommend where Thrivent distributes a portion of its charitable funding by directing Choice Dollars®. Members become eligible for Thrivent Choice based on insurance premiums, contract values and Thrivent volunteer leadership.