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Corporate & Community Partners

The support of Corporate & Community Partners provides scholarship funding for qualified students who show academic promise and demonstrate financial need.

Thank you to our Partners of the Month!


  • Corporate & Community Partner
MTM Insurance Associates, LLC

1320 Osgood Street
North Andover, MA 01845

Paul MacDonald '81

www.mtminsure.com



  • Corporate & Community Partner
The Party Connection

51 Railroad Street
Methuen, MA 01844

Cindy Parnagian

www.thepartyconnection.co




Over 200 students admitted to Central Catholic each year from the Merrimack Valley are unable to attend because of limited available tuition scholarship aid.

Becoming a CCHS Corporate & Community Partner will bestow a life-changing scholarship on a deserving young man or woman.

Whom can you help today?

Investment Levels & Benefits

Investment of $5,000 Annually

Named Scholarship & Event Recognition

Benefits include:

  • Named Scholarship
  • Champagnat Awards/Hall of Fame (full page in ad-book)
  • Red Sea Sponsor for the School-wide Walkathon
  • Couturier Catwalk4Cancer Sponsor (full page in ad-book)
  • Business will receive exclusive monthly advertising (your choice of month) as “Corporate Partner of the Month” in all social media including email blasts to current parents and alumni (approximately 6,300 people)
  • Business name will appear on our “Corporate Partners” Banner, on the “Corporate Partners” webpage and in the Emblem (distributed to over 13,000 people)
  • Invitations to school leadership events
  • You have an opportunity to have lunch with your scholarship recipient, if you choose

Most importantly, your business will be providing a promising future to deserving children.

Investment of $3,000 Annually

Named Scholarship

  • Named Scholarship
  • Champagnat Awards/Hall of Fame (1/2 page in ad-book)
  • Red and Blue Sponsor for the Walkathon
  • Stiletto Catwalk4Cancer Sponsor (1/2 page in ad-book)
  • Business will receive monthly advertising with one other Corporate Partner (CCHS chooses the month) as “Corporate Partner of the Month” in all social media including email blasts to current parents and alumni (approximately 6,300 people)
  • Business name will appear on our “Corporate Partners” Banner, on the “Corporate Partners” webpage and in the Emblem (distributed to over 13,000 people)
  • Invitations to school leadership events
  • You have an opportunity to have lunch with your scholarship recipient, if you choose

Most importantly, your business will be providing a promising future to deserving children.

Investment of $1,500 Annually

Corporate Partners Scholarship Fund

  • These funds are combined with other contributions to fund scholarships
  • Champagnat Awards/Hall of Fame (1/4 page in ad-book)
  • Team Spirit Sponsor for the Walkathon
  • Fashionista Catwalk4Cancer Sponsor (1/4 page in ad-book)
  • Business name will appear on our “Corporate Partners” Banner, on the “Corporate Partners” webpage and in The Emblem (distributed to over 13,000 people)
  • Invitations to school leadership events

Most importantly, your business will be providing a promising future to deserving children.



Please patronize our faithful CCHS Partners.

Thank you to all our Partners whose support is changing the lives of young men and women.



  • Corporate & Community Partner
Tuscan Kitchen

67 Main Street
Salem, NH 03079

Joe Faro '87

www.tuscanbrands.com

  • Named Scholarship & Event Recognition
  • Corporate & Community Partner
Holy Family Hospital
  • 70 East Street, Methuen, MA 01844
  • 140 Lincoln Avenue, Haverhill, MA 01830
  • 138 Haverhill Street, Andover, MA 01810

Craig Jesiolowski

www.holyfamily-hospital.org

  • Named Scholarship & Event Recognition
  • Corporate & Community Partner
J.F. Shaw Co.

8 Middlesex Ave.
Wilmington, MA 01887

Darren Shaw '01

www.jfshawco.com

 

  • Named Scholarship & Event Recognition
  • Corporate & Community Partner
Jackson Lumber & Millwork

215 Market Street
Lawrence, MA 01842

Al Torrisi '59

www.jacksonlumber.com

 

  • Named Scholarship & Event Recognition
  • Corporate & Community Partner
Whittemore Company Inc.

30 Glenn Street
Lawrence, MA 01843

Jeffrey Sheehy

www.whittemoreco.com

  • Named Scholarship & Event Recognition
  • Corporate & Community Partner
Action Ambulance

844 Woburn Street
Wilmington, MA 01877

Mike Woronka '86

www.actionambulance.com

  • Named Scholarship
  • Corporate & Community Partner
Enterprise Bank

8 High St.,
Andover, MA 01810

Peter Rayno '78

www.enterprisebanking.com

  • Named Scholarship
  • Corporate & Community Partner
Heav’nly Donuts

50 Main Street
North Andover, MA 01845

Chris and Effie Kombouras

www.heavnlydonuts.com

  • Named Scholarship
  • Corporate & Community Partner
Cross Country Mortgage

254 A. North Broadway, Unit 202
Salem, NH 03079

Phone: 603-458-6495

Chad Goetz

CrossCountryMortgage.com

  • Corporate Partners Scholarship Fund
  • Corporate & Community Partner
Embroidery Loft

60 Pine Street, Unit F
Methuen, MA 01844

Phone: 978-681-1155

Anne Marie Ford

www.EmbroideryLoft.com

  • Corporate Partners Scholarship Fund
  • Corporate & Community Partner
Gabriel Chiropractic

45 Stiles Road, Unit #104
Salem, NH 03079

Phone: 603-893-1013

Ken Gabriel '93

www.salemnhchiropractor.com

  • Corporate Partners Scholarship Fund
  • Corporate & Community Partner
Jocelyn’s Mediterranean Restaurant

355 Broadway
Salem, NH 03079

Jocelyn Maroun Sfier '04

www.jocelynsrestaurant.com

  • Corporate Partners Scholarship Fund
  • Corporate & Community Partner
Mann Orchards

27 Pleasant Valley Street
Methuen, MA 01844

Matt Fitzgerald '02

www.MannOrchards.com

  • Corporate Partners Scholarship Fund
  • Corporate & Community Partner
Morris, Rossi & Hayes

32 Chestnut Street
Andover, MA 01845

Phone: 978-475-1300

Mike Morris '59, Larry Rossi '64, and Jon Rossi '97

  • Corporate Partners Scholarship Fund
  • Corporate & Community Partner
MTM Insurance Associates, LLC

1320 Osgood Street
North Andover, MA 01845

Paul MacDonald '81

www.mtminsure.com

  • Corporate Partners Scholarship Fund
  • Corporate & Community Partner
The Party Connection

51 Railroad Street
Methuen, MA 01844

Cindy Parnagian

www.thepartyconnection.co

  • Corporate Partners Scholarship Fund

Committed To Serve

Central Catholic is committed to support our students' needs....

...as they compassionately support the community's needs.

Fulfilling the Promise: Supporting Tuition Needs of Our Students

Without significant financial tuition assistance annually, more than 350 of our students would not be able to benefit from the educational experience Central Catholic offers, academically, spiritually, socially, morally and physically. These young men and women come from working families of very low or very modest incomes. Understanding that an excellent education is their child’s surest path to a new future, families come to our door at CCHS seeking an opportunity for their children, certain in the knowledge that Central Catholic’s acclaimed college preparatory education will firmly establish a foundation for their future. Families are willing to make the financial sacrifice that this entails. Even the most impoverished families are required to contribute to their capability.

Central Catholic’s commitment in supporting deserving young men & women

  • 350+ students are awarded tuition aid each school year
  • Central Catholic commits $1.6 million of its funds annually to scholarships and tuition aid
  • Private foundations provide over $240,000 annually for aid to students
  • Individual donors contribute approximately $85,000 annually to support tuition assistance to deserving students
  • Tuition scholarship aid awards range from $2500 to $13,000 annually based on need

How are tuition assistance awards made to qualified students?

Families seeking tuition assistance apply by completing the FACTS Needs Assessment
Families must also submit W-2’s and federal tax returns to verify need
FACTS arrives at a “calculated need” in light of family size, income, expenses and tuition cost
CCHS’ financial aid committee evaluates data and decides on the tuition assistance award
Renewal of aid is based on annual assessment of family need & student’s academic progress

 

Central Catholic Students

Committed to Serve

Every one of the 1,200 young men and women at Central Catholic is engaged in serving the needs of people in our communities through Central Catholic’s Christian Service Learning Program.

Each young man and woman volunteers a minimum of 24 hours, many committing much more of their time, talents and compassionate spirit, to help people in the community who need it most.

The Christian Service Learning Program is born out of a fundamental mission of Central Catholic – to instill the value of servant-leadership in our students.

Central Catholic students are called to serve others - especially the least favored in our community.
By “least favored” is meant those who are excluded from the mainstream, both young and older, whose material poverty leads them to be deprived in health, family life, schooling or responsible moral and spiritual values.

How They Serve

Examples of the continuing commitment of CCHS students to serve the community:
• 25+ years of volunteering with Habitat For Humanity
• 148,383 hours of volunteer service since 2007 to local organizations serving the needy
• $286,000 raised for cancer research and treatment by the student-run Catwalk4Cancer Fashion Show
• 5000+ food items collected and donated annually to Lazarus House
• 200+ local community service organizations where CCHS students volunteer annually
• 480+ blood donations by CCHS students in the last 5 years

The Advancement Team

Mr. David Erwin

Chief Advancement Officer

Ms. Vianna Alcántara

Alumni Relations Manager

Mr. David DeFillippo

Director of Communications

Ms. Heather Notaro

Annual Giving and Communications Manager

Mrs. Jennifer Plouffe

Associate Director of Advancement

Mr. Chuck Putney

Website Project & Content Manager

Mrs. Tammy Stott

Advancement Services Manager

News from Raider Nation

Read more about how students and alumni are giving back to the community.


Catwalk4Cancer Had Students and Survivors Strutting the Runway

The 12th Annual Catwalk4Cancer - a much anticipated student-powered fashion event that supports cancer research and education – recently had students strutting the runway to help find a cure. Throughout the show’s 12 years, Catwalk4Cancer has raised over $350,000 with the 2019 proceeds benefiting: Lucy's Love Bus, Anna Jacques Cancer Center, Lowell General Hospital, Lawrence General Hospital, The Kylie Rowland Foundation.

Read More about Catwalk4Cancer Had Students and Survivors Strutting the Runway