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This fund provides vital, flexible-use resources and discretionary income for Kolbe Cathedral to sustain its mission.
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Become an Annual Harvest Fund Donor

This fund provides vital, flexible-use resources and discretionary income for Kolbe Cathedral to sustain its mission. Donations from 2023-2024 will go primarily to much-needed student tuition assistance and to building upgrades/repairs.
$10– $249  Friends of Kolbe
$250– $999  Cougar Club
$1,000 – $2,499*  Patrons Club
$2,500– $4,999*  Principal’s Circle
* Gifts at these levels will provide membership to the Maximilian Kolbe Society. Benefits will include a members-only  reception with Bishop Frank J. Caggiano after the Baccalaureate Mass.

Maximilian Kolbe Scholarship

Established in 2021 by John & Cindy Sites, the Maximilian Kolbe Scholarship Fund is Kolbe Cathedral’s largest source of need-based, student financial aid. It is named in honor of our school’s namesake, a Polish priest who volunteered his own life to save another prisoner at Auschwitz and was canonized in 1982.

Leah Rondon Fund

The Leah Rondon Memorial Scholarship is in memory of Leah Rondon, a happy, vivacious six-year-old whose life was cut tragically short in a car accident in 2015. The scholarship is awarded to a female student entering her senior year at Kolbe Cathedral where Leah’s father Henry was a former Principal. 

Denise S. Drzal Memorial Scholarship

In honor of Denise Drzal, a 1976 graduate of Cathedral Girls High School. This scholarship will be awarded to a female student who, like Denise, exemplifies the Christian characteristics of love and compassion for people, animals, and all living things. “Denise Drzal was an earth angel who went to be with the Lord on December 15th, 2023. She was a person of great faith, inclusivity, and compassion, Like Job, she never lost her faith even though a debilitating illness. The trials she faced only made her stronger and grew her relationship with our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. She held everything that she owned in an open hand and would selflessly give to all in need. Her compassion for life extended to all people and all living creatures great and small without exception.”

Reunion Class Fund

Every year, alumni from certain graduating classes will celebrate their 10th, 20th, 30th, 40th and 50th reunions. Such milestones are great reminders of the impact that the Kolbe Cathedral experience and its community had on their lives. Giving back to the students of today, while celebrating your class anniversaries, is a very impactful and meaningful way to “pay it forward”.