Enriching Every Girls' Experience
Fundraising is central to the delivery of our mission and the money raised profoundly impacts every student at Little Flower Academy. Philanthropic support also allows us to keep delivering a truly exceptional education while maintaining accessibility through a robust financial aid program and the lowest tuition of any like-funded school, anywhere in the Lower Mainland. This means that in addition to our Catholic identity, we offer truly a truly diverse study body, representative of our wider Catholic community—which is so important to the culture of the school.
Annual Giving is the foundation of all fundraising we do at the school. Gifts are immediately invested in the programs, resources and opportunities that make an LFA education so exceptional. Gifts do more than cover a budgeted gap in funding; they, provide the resources that make each girl’s experience exceptional. This past year was our most successful, with more than $440,000 given to making high school extraordinary for our amazing students.
Technology Renewal Campaign
In wrapping up our first phase of the Technology Renewal Campaign, we are very excited to share that we surpassed our goal by more than $200,000, meaning a three year investment of more than $800,000 in the technological infrastructure of our school. Every penny of this project has been enabled through philanthropic means. The culmination of this project is the evolution of our STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Math) program from an earlier STEM Plan. From this fall, students will have access to relevant technology for in every class and on demand as well as one of the most progressive STEAM Labs of any high school. It’s a really exciting story that you might want to take a moment to read more about…
Walkathon & Spring Fling Un-Gala
Thanks to the hard work of our students, parent volunteers and (of course) donors, this year's Walkathon raised more than $61,000. Like our Annual Fund and our Campaign, the most successful we’ve ever known. Our students did an amazing job of contributing to their own education. The Parents' Auxiliary, which again threw an amazing Spring Fling informal gala raised more than $20,000, which will support the Technology Campaign.