Nolan Catholic High School is a Tax Exempt (501) (c) (3) Organization.
Nolan has received our status, as a member of the Fort Worth Diocese, from a Group Ruling issued by the Internal Revenue Service for Catholic Organizations that are listed in the Official Catholic Directory 2014.
FUNDRAISING MANAGEMENT The Director of Advancement is tasked by the NCHS Administration to provide oversight of our two school-wide fundraising activities: Partners for Progress Annual Fund and the Mardi Gras Dinner/Auction Gala. Additionally, the Director of Advancement provides Parent Booster Groups with the following guidance:
Education of “Not for Profit” governmental standards
Funds raised are not to be an excess of what is required for actual group
Campus Fundraising Calendar
Maintenance of a campus-wide fundraising calendar that helps to
ensure that NCHS fundraising groups are not engaged in the same type of
fundraising effort – at the same time – so that one group does not potentially
hamper the fundraising efforts of another.
Appropriate Student Participation
Helps to ensure that student participation in fundraising activities, and the
products/services provided, are in line with NCHS values.
Intra-organizational Communication & Support
Helps to facilitate communication between fundraising organizations at
Community Council meetings (Hosted by Assistant Principal of Student
Affairs) to increase awareness, generate brainstorming and problem
solving, and campus-wide support.
Education – Adherence to NCHS Policies
Helps to assist parent leaders and moderators with compliance of required