2014-2015 Fundraising Plan

Your participation in our school fundraisers is very important. Providing a quality Christian education is an important goal of both Immanuel and St. Paul. Both congregations are committed to this through their financial support that helps to underwrite a portion of the cost of education for every student at CTKL - tuition families and member families.

It is important that families participate in our school-wide fundraisers to show our appreciation and commitment to this Christian education as well. These fundraising dollars are an integral part to the operation and growth of Christ the King Lutheran School and the educational programs we offer.

Fall: Charleston Wrap (September 8, 2014)
Fall:  Bike-a-Thon / Fitness Frenzy - Helmets required (October 10, 2014)
Bike-a-Thon / Fitness Frenzy Information and Forms are available to download at the bottom of the page.

Fall: Magazine Sales (October 28, 2014)
Winter:  Bowl-a-Thon (Watch for details in Dec, Jan, Feb)
Spring: School Auction (March 14, 2014 Tentative)
Spring: Buds to Blooms Promotional (Watch for details in Spring)

We are always looking for parents who are willing to chair or help with these fundraisers. We do have a Fundraising Committee that helps oversee these events and efforts. Contact the school office for more information or to volunteer.

Student Fee Offset Opportunties
We offer several fundraising opportunities to help offset the Student Fee. These include the purchase of  SCRIP cards (orders are placed on Tuesday in the AM), Believe Fundraising Campaigns (fall and spring), and QSP Magazine Sales (Winter). A percentage of the proceeds from these fundraisers is credited to your account and can be used to offset Student Fees.

Other Opportunities that Benefit CTKL

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Thrivent Choice
If you a Thrivent member and eligible to designate Thrivent Choice Dollars, please consider designating your Choice dollars to Christ the King Lutheran School.
Details about how to designate your Choice dollars were included in your mailing, or you could contact your local Thrivent representative, or visit
We also collect:
Empty Ink Cartridges (not Epson)
Campbell's Soup Labels
Box Tops for Education
Luke's Receipts (watch for more details + dates)


This is a recap of our previous fundraising events.
First Annual
Literature Launch
Aug 30- Oct. 8, 2011
Proceeds benefited Christ the King Lutheran School
Our students raised over $2,500 for our school. Way to go!
 @ Green Meadow Lanes
Proceeds benefited Christ the King Lutheran School
Students raise between $2,000 and $3,000 annually.

Christ the King Lutheran School
Benefit Auction
A "Knight" in Paradise
God's Country - A "Knight" to Celebrate
The King's Festival - A "Knight" of Merriment
April, 2011, April, 2013, and March 2015
Unionville American Legion Hall
 Proceeds benefit Christ the King Lutheran School
These three events were a HUGE success thanks to many volunteers and generous bidders who caught the spirit of the event. To God be the Glory!
With proceeds from this event, we were able to: 
  • Update classroom computers at the Sebewaing Campus. 
  • Playgrounds at both campuses were remodeled, had replacements, and/or additions.
  • The Server at the Sebewaing Campus, which was over 6 years old, was replaced.
  • New lockers were purchased for the Sebewaing Campus.
  • New school-wide desks, tables, and chairs were purchased.
  • New upgrades to library software at both campuses.
  • Some of the proceeds also helped us to meet our budget and operating expenses.
Thanks to everyone who play a role in this great event! 
To God be the Glory!
More information can be found in the Benefits Auction Section of this website.

David Kumm,
Oct 3, 2012, 3:16 PM
David Kumm,
Aug 15, 2011, 1:03 PM
David Kumm,
Aug 15, 2011, 1:03 PM
David Kumm,
Aug 15, 2011, 1:03 PM