It's all about the ripple effect. When you support Oakland Catholic with your time, talent, and capital, you aren't just expanding resources for our current students. You are securing tuition for a prospective student and future leader; giving weight to the high school entry on a young alumna's resumé; inspiring donations from eventual alumnae whose experiences were invaluably enhanced by your gift. Give today, and your impact on Oakland Catholic is indelible and indefinite.
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Our Celebration Gala
To celebrate the Oakland Catholic experience, we’ve kept it simple: reserve, sponsor and join us for a night of drinks, dancing and fun. Let's Celebrate OC!
Eagle Golf Classic
Support the essential mission of Oakland Catholic by spending the day on the greens or underwriting a sponsorship level. Join us for lunch, a round of 18 holes at one of Pittsburgh's most pristine golf courses, and the 19th Hole Cocktail Reception & dinner program.
Find out how the EITC and OSTC programs provide an easy way for you to make your tax dollars work for Oakland Catholic High School.
OC Give Day
Once a year, OC Eagles and their supporters from near and far pull together to orchestrate the single greatest day of giving to Oakland Catholic High School.
Shop and Give
Just by shopping via smile.amazon.com or iGive.com and selecting Oakland Catholic High School as your charity, you can give to OC without adding a cent to your purchases!
Why give to OC?
In the short-term, your gift provides current Eagles with the resources they need, subsidizes professional development for our dedicated educators, upkeeps and upgrades innovative technology. In the long-term, your donation bolsters the identity we built as Western PA's premier all-girls Catholic high school and secures our mission to guide young women to Service, Scholarship, and Spirituality. A gift of any amount
Supporting Oakland Catholic ensures the futures of so many young ladies who will positively impact their communities, indeed, the world!
-Helen Laffey Kondrich, Alumna '80 & Parent '16