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Endowed Funds

The John Robert Amat Fund

The John Robert Amat Fund was established in 2010. The is an endowed fund held by the Kalamazoo Regional Catholic Schools Foundation. The distribution is divided equally among all new students in kindergarten through 8th grade. The purpose of the Fund is to act as an ongoing memorial to the life of John Robert Amat.  Through the gift and the communication that accompanies it, the proceeds of the Fund will be a vehicle to welcome new students to St. Augustine Cathedral School and impart the message that "while John cannot be here, our school community is glad that you are".  The Fund is intended to be symbolic of John's short life that touched many people, and to pass on a spark of his spirit.

  The Doris F. and William J. Lawrence Jr. Fund

The Doris F. and William J. Lawrence Jr. Fund was established in 2007. This is an endowed fund held by the Kalamazoo Regional Catholic Schools Foundation. The distribution of the fund is used for St. Augustine Cathedral School as support for various school related needs.

The St. Augustine School Education Fund

The St. Augustine School Education Fund was established in 2007. This is an endowed fund held by the Kalamazoo Regional Catholic Schools Foundation. The distribution of the fund is used for the unrestricted benefit of St. Augustine School wherein the principal values are endowed.

CSGK Education Fund

The CSGK Education Fund was established in 2006. This endowed fund, held by the Kalamazoo Regional Catholic Schools Foundation, benefits St. Monica Catholic School and St. Augustine Cathedral School. The annual distribution of the fund provides unrestricted support to these two schools.

Scholarship Fund

  The Elaine Barron Fund

The Elaine Barron Fund was established in 2013 in loving memory of St. Augustine Cathedral School's long-time first grade teacher, Elaine Marie Barron. The fund provides scholarships for first grade students attending  St. Augustine Cathedral School. Mrs. Barron instilled in her students a sense of self-confidence,  a sense of problem solving, and above all, a sense of being loved.