2016-2017 Catholic Education Foundation Funding Distribution

For immediate release – June 16, 2016

Red Deer, Alberta       This year the Red Deer Catholic Regional Education Foundation has raised $50,000 to fund 15 schools and six Division projects. In addition to funding these projects, the Catholic Education Foundation will award $2,500 in scholarships to five students in the fall of 2016.

See attached 2016-2017 Fund Distribution for a detailed description of these projects.

For more information, see full news release.

2015 Catholic Education Foundation Funding Distribution

For immediate release – June 15, 2015

Red Deer, Alberta    This year the Red Deer Catholic Regional Education Foundation has raised $43,370, where the funds will be allocated to 20 schools and three Division projects. In addition to funding these projects, the Catholic Education Foundation has awarded $2,500 in scholarships. 

Without the support of our sponsors, these projects, and initiatives would not be possible. 

For more information, or for a detailed list of these projects, please see full news release.

Scoring Goals for Kids fundraiser a success

For immediate release – June 5, 2015

Red Deer, Alberta    On April 30, the Red Deer Regional Catholic Education Foundation hosted its sixth annual Fundraising Sponsorship Event with Canada’s Sports Hall of Fame inductee, Paul Garnet Henderson.

This special event generated $40,251 in funding for Red Deer Catholic Regional Schools to help support a variety of faith-based initiatives that are not provided by Alberta Education. 

For more information, see full news release. 

Paul Henderson is coming to Red Deer

For immediate release – April 7, 2015

Red Deer, Alberta      Red Deer Regional Catholic Education Foundation is hosting its sixth Annual Fundraiser  Sponsorship Event with a silent auction and Paul Garnet Henderson on Thursday, April 30, 2015 at the Black Knight Inn.

Join us in a close and personal night with a Canada's Sports Hall of Fame inductee. Henderson will share stories about his hockey career and how being diagnosed with cancer was a game changer, while scoring goals for kids. 

For more information, see full news release.