We are thankful that you are considering ways to support Faith Christian Academy. Of utmost importance to us are your prayers. Pray for our families, our teachers, our community, and our students.
Your financial support is also imperative. As a non-profit, we are able to maintain reasonable tuition and offer discounts to our families because of your generous support. We are determined to only offer two annual fundraisers. These fundraisers bring in capital dedicated to building upkeep and maintenance as well as much-needed materials for our teachers and their classrooms.
You don’t want to miss these opportunities to celebrate God’s goodness through His provision for Faith Christian Academy! If you would like to partner with FCA as a financial supporter, simply click the Donate Now button above. Thank you for your benevolent consideration!
GivingTuesday provides a global opportunity to express gratitude and generosity throughout the month of December beginning each December 1st, after Thanksgiving. FCA is participating for the first time ever this year. We are continuing the fundraising efforts started during the Knights’ Fest with the goal of raising enough support to acquire and renovate a cottage for our future fifth-graders. Please consider helping us meet this goal! Click here to hear from the first class to occupy those seats in the new cottage.
Blue Jean Ball
The Blue Jean Ball takes place each spring. It is a memorable evening for our supporters, complete with barbecue and an auction of epic proportions.
FCA’s annual fall fundraiser, Knights’ Fest, took on a different look this year. The campaign kicked off on Friday, September 18th, and came to a close, Friday, October 9th. This year the Knights’ Fest celebration will be held on the last day of school.
Our heartfelt thanks to the many who supported our fundraising efforts! Funds raised through the 2020 Knights’ Fest fundraising campaign will be put toward the acquisition and renovation of additional modular classroom space in order to accommodate FCA’s growing student population.