We are in the Closing Phase!
The Anthony N. Fusco Sr. Capital Campaign Challenge
As we quickly approach the last few months of construction on the new Student Life Center, the Answering the Call Campaign for Ursuline Academy we are excited and honored to announce the Anthony N. Fusco Sr. Match Challenge. The challenge will be a dollar for dollar match up to $300,000.
Mr. Fusco along with the Anthony and Catherine Fusco Charitable Foundation have generously issued a $300,000 Match Challenge. From November 15, 2018 to January 31, 2019 they will match all gifts donated to the Capital Campaign up to $300,000 – making it a potential $600,000 donation. This Challenge is for Capital Campaign gifts only.
If you would like to help Ursuline Academy meet the Capital Campaign Challenge goal, click here to make a “One Time” donation or longer term “Pledge”.
A Message from the Campaign Chairs
“The very active construction on the former Convent building moves our Campaign from the theoretical to the reality of soon seeing a vibrant new Student Life Center. The Ursuline community has been wonderfully generous in contributing millions to our Capital Campaign. We now need to push just a little harder to get to the final goal line. Every new dollar is a further testament to the tremendous value of an Ursuline education and an important dedication to our Ursuline students present and future.” – David Ripsom
“Serviam… a calling to serve others. The effects of Ursuline graduates have been deeply felt throughout our local, national, and even international communities. The Answering the Call Campaign aims to provide Ursuline Academy with the tools it needs to propel its students to be leaders in our global world, by means of providing facilities that encourage instructional growth, faith enrichment, and school community as never experienced before. Answer your own call to serve and support this campaign, confident that your world will be enhanced by the Ursuline students, faculty, and staff who will walk the halls of this new Student Life Center.” – Maureen Ripsom McAleenan ’99