Caring for Carroll
A Day of Caring for Carroll is April 28, 2020!
April 28, 1968 marks a significant day in history at Archbishop Carroll, the dedication of Archbishop John Carroll High Schools (a school for girls and a school for boys). For over 50 years, the Carroll community has been a dynamic and engaging Catholic community where young men and women gain the skills to become leaders of tomorrow and have remained steadfast in our faith and motto “Carroll Cares.”
During this challenging time, let us focus on community, what it means to be a Carroll Patriot, and remember that our Carroll family is strong in both good times and difficult ones. As we reflect on our dedication 52 years ago it is critical now more than ever to ensure that the mission of Archbishop Carroll is enduring.
We have decided to shift our Day of Giving to a Day of Caring for Carroll on April 28. Join us in supporting our students, faculty, staff, parents, and alumni by demonstrating “Carroll Cares” on April 28 and beyond!
- Share a message of encouragement to our seniors! Your message will serve as a reminder to the Class of 2020 that the Carroll community is standing behind them and rooting for them! They will soon be joining Carroll’s 15,000+ alumni and we want to encourage them during these last few months of their senior year. Share your message here
- Tell us about a Carroll member or a Carroll experience that exemplifies what we mean by “Carroll Cares.” Gestures both large and small move us in different ways and we have all been touched by alumni, parents, faculty, staff, and students. What’s your #CarrollCares story? Share your story here
- In an effort to support our Carroll community and those who consistently help and support Carroll, we are promoting alumni and parent-owned businesses. If you own a local business please complete this form or share it with others so that we can help promote your organization! Fill out the form here and click here to view our Carroll businesses page!
- In the spirit of our Carroll Cares community, we are encouraging donations be directed to the Carroll Fund which immediately benefits students in need of financial assistance. In these uncertain times, you can be certain that your generosity will deliver hope and help our students and their families who need it most. 70% of our students receive some form of financial aid, and their ability to attend Carroll depends on it. As a result of this pandemic, we anticipate that number will rise and will need your help to make a Carroll education a reality for current and future Patriots. With your help, we will get through this together and come out better and stronger. Make your gift here
We made getting involved and spreading the word easy with the content and information below. Thank you in advance for contacting your Carroll friends and classmates to inspire them to get involved and share why they care!
- Join me in supporting Carroll students, faculty, staff, parents, and alumni by demonstrating that Carroll Cares! Learn more at www.jcarroll.org/carrollday #CarrollCares
- Carroll friends! Mark your calendars for A Day of Caring for Carroll on Tuesday, April 28! I hope you will join me in sharing your Patriot Pride and why you care for Carroll! To learn more visit, www.jcarroll.org/carrollday #CarrollCares
- Help us show our community what #CarrollCares means! Please share your story about caring for others or nominate people you know who represent this value at https://forms.gle/u2AGFFGakBTJ7jEt5. You can also post your story on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram and use the hashtag #CarrollCares
- Click to download the image below and share your message.
Today I’m celebrating a Day of Caring for Carroll! Together, we can share our love and care for Carroll. #CarrollCares