Brother Rice is excited to launch the Crusaders Care Fund.

Brother Rice High School is committed to making a high-quality Catholic education affordable to students by allocating funds for need-based financial assistance. With that said, this year, we are introducing the Crusaders Care Fund. This fund will provide need-based tuition assistance to students who experience a wage-earning parent’s loss while enrolled at Brother Rice. The Crusaders Care Fund will go into effect for the 2021-22 school year and be supported through the annual Parent Club fee and the BRew and Sip event. This annual $20 Parent Club fee supports the Crusaders Care Fund and includes membership into the Mothers’ and Dads’ Club for the school year.

“We are proud to strengthen our commitment to our students and their families with the introduction of the Crusader Care Fund,” President Mark Donahue stated. “Thanks to the leadership and generosity of our Parent Clubs, we are now able to provide financial support to families who suffer the loss of a parent and the associated financial hardship. We are a community that supports one another at times when it is most needed”.

To apply for tuition assistance through the Crusaders Care Fund, you can visit

For information on parent clubs, visit

For more information regarding the fund or how to get involved, please contact Anna Fratto at