Visionary Gifts are an Investment in Girls' Education for the Long Term
Some gifts can have a long-term, multi-generational benefit to the young women in our community. By nature, these are “big-picture” investments. As we move into Campus Master Planning, we forsee the opportunityfor transformative improvesments to the campus that will benefit our girls for years to come. More permanent are gifts to the school’s endowment fund, which will benefit LFA students in perpetuity. As a girls’ school, we position young women to confidently navigate the academic and professional environments they will encounter after graduating.
Campus Master Plan
We are blessed with a beautiful campus. It is built on a history of progressive investment in the capital infrastructure of the school. As education, teaching pedagogy and the role of women in society evolves, so too must our campus. Keenly focused on the needs of our students for both today and tomorrow, we’ve identified a number of strategic projects for the delivery of the absolute best possible Catholic girls’ education. This thinking has been formalized as we enter a phase of Campus Master Planning to establish a vision for our learning environment to carry us through the next generations of teaching young women.
The school’s endowment has been established by visionary donors who recognize that the future of the school depends on an on-going funding source that will support accessibility and ensure excellence at Little Flower for the future. Gifts to endowment are pooled into one fund. The larger the capital, the more income is generated. A percentage of the income generated by the endowment capital is available to the school for needs like financial aid, but the capital itself remains untouched, ensuring that monies continue to be generated with each succeeding year. Managed by an independent board of directors who make up the Little Flower Academy Foundation, the endowment fund benefits the students at Little Flower Academy in perpetuity.