All Saints Catholic Academy relies on the financial and volunteer help of its many supporters. If you have questions on how to help us financially or wish to give to a specific project, please call (630) 961-6125.
Please note that All Saints Catholic Academy is a Religious organizations that falls under section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. Your gift may qualify as a charitable deduction for federal income tax purposes. It is always a good idea to consult with your tax advisers or the IRS to determine whether a contribution is deductible.
Illinois Tax Credit Scholarship Program
Last year, the State of Illinois created a new way to fund scholarships for children who choose to attend Catholic schools through the “Invest in Kids Act.” Under the IllinoisTax Credit Scholarship Program and the “Invest in Kids Act”, individuals and corporations make donations to Scholarship Granting Organizations (SGO) that distribute scholarships to qualified students.
You can designate your contribution to support a student attending All Saints Catholic Academy, and receive a 75% credit on your state of Illinois tax liability. Remember that a tax credit is a dollar for dollar reduction of your tax liability. For example, if you donate $1,000 under the Tax Credit Scholarship Program, you will receive a tax credit equal to 75% of your donation, or $750.
Yes, this is For Real.
- The tax credit is a dollar for dollar reduction of the amount a tax that an individual or corporation owes to the State of Illinois.
- Donors will be able to designate their donation to an individual school - All Saints Catholic Academy.
Why pay money to the State of Illinois, when those monies can help a child at All Saints Catholic Academy.
If you would like more information on how to donate to the Illinois Tax Credit Scholarship Program, please click here.
Please click here for more information on 2018-2019 fundraising at All Saints Catholic Academy. Remember that all families are responsible for their FFO ($250 for preschool only families; $500 for K-8 families). We encourage you to take advantage of each fundraiser that is offered.
If you have any fundraising questions, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
New Fundraiser – Yankee Candle
This sale has now ended; HOWEVER you can still place an online order through December 31, 2018 that will count toward your FFO. Go to Go to: www.yankeecandlefundraising.com and enter our Group Number 999983478. Remember to setup a student account to receive FFO credit.
Christmas Poinsettia Plant Sale
Thank you to everyone who participated. 127 plants were ordered, with 27 of those plants dontated to the school. They will look beautiful during the holiday season, and at our Christmas Pageant. A most grateful thank you!!!!!!
New Fundraiser – Butter Braid and Cookie Dough
This an optional Family Fundraising Obligation (FFO) opportunity. You could earn 40% toward your FFO! Order Forms have been sent home this week. Check your child's backpack. Orders are due Monday, October 29. We will also be offering the opportunity to order for Hesed House to feed families over the Thanksgiving holiday. Look for the flier included with your order form for details.
- Click here for the Butter Braid / Wooden Spoon Fundraising Information Form
- Click here for the Butter Braid / Wooden Spoon Order Form
Box Tops For Education and Pop Top Tabs
Did you know that ASCA collects Box Tops for Education? Please have your student bring all of the box tops that you have been collecting in to their homeroom by Friday, October 26, 2018. The homeroom with the Most Box Tops Collected will win an out of uniform day.
Congratulations to Mr. Gonzalez's 6th grade homeroom who collected 475 box tops to win the fall out of uniform day.
If you have not been collecting box tops, start now! Our next submission deadline will be in March, 2019. Questions? Contact Gretchen Muller at email@example.com.
Please help us by clipping and saving General Mills Box Tops for Education. The box tops are on dozens of cereal boxes, Pillsbury rolls and frozen items, Cottonelle toilet paper, Kleenex, Zip lock bags, Hamburger Helper, Better Crocker potatoes, Old El Paso Mexican products, and Hefty table ware. These box tops can be dropped off at the school office or at the local parishes. ASCA earns cash from this program. These come from everyday items that we all use and enjoy.
ASCA also collects pop top tabs for Ronald McDonald House. Please 'pop your tops' every time you enjoy a soda or canned treat.