Annual Fund

What is the Annual Fund?

The Annual Fund is our most important fundraising effort at FCS.  It is the instrument through which we are able to raise funds to support the school’s mission “to provide an excellent educational experience.” Tuition alone does not provide the necessary funds to fulfill this mission so each year we set financial goals for our Annual Fund to allow us to purchase items that we believe will help us enrich and enhance our students’ educational experience through investments in state-of-the-art technology, innovative curriculum, and physical assets.

Gifts to the Friendship Christian School Annual Fund are tax-deductible in accordance with the law and will be acknowledged promptly for tax purposes.


Why is the Annual Fund important to FCS?

 Goal 1: Keep tuition and fees accessible

 Goal 2: Be good stewards of what God has given us

 Goal 3: Provide for the needs of our students

 Goal 4: Enhance the overall educational experience of our students


How can you donate to the Annual Fund?

Donations may be mailed to the school or dropped off at the school office.  Secure online donations may be made via the link below.






Projected 2018-19 Annual Fund Projects:

1. Activity bus
2. Phase two of playground update
3. Upgrade campus wide door/safety system
4. Upgrade academic, fine art and athletic programs
5. Increase tuition assistance

2017-18 Annual Fund Projects:

1. White minibus
2. New campus-wide intercom/safety system
3. New band equipment
4. New athletic uniforms
5. New speaker system for concerts and outdoor events
6. Felix the Falcon mascot
7. Phase one of playground update
8. Increased tuition assistance

2016-17 Annual Fund Projects:

1. New computers for the teachers
2. Upgrade academic, fine art and athletic programs
3. Outdoor netting for ballfields
4. White minibus
5. White activity bus
6. Increase tuition assistance
7. Added new benching for recess areas
8. Camera system for live streaming

2015-16 Annual Fund Projects:

1. 4 Computers for the Specialized Learning Center
2. Document cameras
3. Respondus assessment tools
4. Interactive projectors for classrooms.
5. New Mimio pads for teacher and student use
6. Die cut sets for teachers
7. New HP laptops for high school students


1. Concert bells with stand
2. Gong with stand
3. Vibes for band
4. Instruments for elementary music classes

1. Indoor soccer goals
2. 2 stands for Power blocks
3. 1 set of Power blocks
4. Volleyball sidewinder net storage system
5. Volleyball blocking hands 

1. New signs for interior and exterior of buildings
2. Long range camera lens
2014-15 Annual Fund Projects:
1. Kuno tablets
2. ESL interactive program – Reading Smart 
3. Advanced Kindergarten reading materials 
4. Document camera(s) to be shared 
5.  Robotics kits 
6. Preschool/TK toys 
7. Anatomy models for science classes
1. School instruments, bags, and cases 
2. Chimes for band 
3. Bass Clarinet 
4. French Horn 
5. Orff instruments for elementary music classes
1. Telescopic camera system (“endzone” camera) for videoing soccer, baseball, 
basketball games and fine art programs for relatives to view from home
1. Batting Cage 
2. Mats for weight room

2013-2014 Annual Fund Completed Projects:


  • Outdoor Field Electronic Score Board
  • Classroom Technology Upgrades
  • Campus Wireless Network (final phase)
  • Lobby Guard Visitor Mgmt. System for the safety of our students
  • Kuno tablets for all teachers and 11-12th graders
  • Redesigned gym floor with new Falcon Logo


  • Wireless projectors in all classrooms
  • New chairs for the band room
  • Google Chromebook Portable Lab
  • Campus Wireless Network (phase one)


How can you get involved?

Our annual Parents of Friendship Walk Event – held every fall

Spring Fundraiser

Box Tops, Soup Labels, and Store Rewards Programs

Financial Donations from school families