Other Ways to Support JCS
In addition to cash donations, there are many additional ways that you can support JCS.
Join us for a fun day on a challenging course. You will have the opportunity to shoot at 100 targets throughout the course. Shooters of all skill levels are welcome.
Every year, local businesses have provided tens of thousands of dollars in Scholarship Funds to qualifying families and students through the State of PA Educational Improvement Tax Credit (EITC) and Opportunity Scholarship Tax Credit (OSTC) Programs. This program allows businesses to contribute much of their State of PA Business taxes to qualifying non-profit educational scholarship programs. We appreciate all of our businesses that support JCS families and students through this program.
The Annual Fall Banquet is held the first Saturday in November and supports the General Operating Fund. This is a great opportunity to invite others to hear about how God is working at JCS and provides you an opportunity to share in our mission at the school.
If you would like to make a financial donation for gymnasium renovations/upgrades - use the following PayPal link:
During the Christmas season, you will undoubtedly hear the scripture read of the Magi presenting gifts of gold, frankincense, and myrrh (Matthew 2:11). These precious three gifts were treasures given to Jesus, the newborn King. Here you’ll find three precious gift ideas that could help the JCS Legacy.
Purchase gift cards to local and national companies where you already shop. These businesses provide a percentage of your purchase to the school as a donation. Many families have participated in this to reduce tuition expenses. Gift Cards are available for all of the local stores and can also be used for travel, hotels, restaurants, groceries, and more. It's money you are already spending - just more focused.
Always Mother's Day weekend. Amazing food (traditional potpie, homemade pies and baked goods, etc.), vendors, kids auction, silent auctions, adult auction. Join us for a full day of events. Tour the school and discover Johnstown's "Best Kept Secret".