The Salesian Call
Give to support Catholic education
What is the Salesian Call?
The Salesian Call is our appeal for general operating funds for the Bosco Catholic School System. It is comprised of gifts from alumni, parents, grandparents, faculty and staff, friends, and area businesses. The name comes from St. John Bosco's followers, the Salesians. The Call is our call to action to support Catholic Education in our parishes.
Why is it needed?
There is always a gap between the amount of tuition and parish support received and what it costs to actually educate a student. For this reason, nearly every independent school in the country, from elementaries to universities, relies on an annual fund to make up the difference. The goal of the campaign is to supplement the general operating budget of the school to keep tuition affordable while continually enhancing programs and attracting and retaining the best faculty .
Why make a gift?
Can I give gifts other than by cash or check?
We will gladly accept gifts of all kinds including credit card payments and direct debits from checking or savings accounts. If you are interested in giving gifts of stock, directing distributions from a retirement account, or making a bequest to Bosco Catholic School System, please contact the Development Office.
How do I give a gift?
Gifts and pledges may be made through the Bosco Catholic School System Development Office--online, by mail, or in person. Pledge payment plans are flexible and can be customized to your ability to fulfill your gift. You can set up a sustaining gift by clicking on our donation link below and selecting recurring payments. Many people choose to give something each month!
Online giving is easy and secure:
Or send a donation form with your check payable to the Bosco System Annual Fund to:Bosco Catholic School System
405 16th Ave.
PO Box 106
Gilbertville, IA 50634 For additional information, please contact Development Director Laura Dobson at (319)-296-1692 or Ldobson@boscocatholic.org.