The Friends of ND is a group of alumni, parishioners, families and individuals dedicated to financially supporting Catholic education in Wichita Falls. Guided by our Catholic values, Friends of ND is committed to advocating for growth and enhancement of preschool through high school programs. While remaining flexible in our approach, we give priority to: providing financial support for the needs of, ensuring the future of, and preserving the legacy of Catholic education in the Wichita Falls community.
Friends of ND established a special interest fun at the Wichita Falls Area Community Foundation in the Spring of 2021. WFACF is a not-for-profit philanthropic institution organized and operated primarily as a collection of charitable funds that will have long term benefit for the Wichita Falls area.
Colleen Foley Fidelie - ND Alumni 1998, Former ND parent, current Holy Family parent
Mark Augustine - Former ND Parent and Grandparent
Bob Brady - Former ND Parent
Joe Cluley - ND Alumni 1973, Former ND Parent, Past ND Principal 1993 - 1998
Stacy Finley - Former ND Parent
Erin Kimbell - Former ND parent
Katie Parkey - Former ND Parent
Sarah Pitts - ND Alumni 1996, Former ND Parent
Katy Canan Price - ND Alumni 2002, Former ND parent
- An Alum of NDCS
- A Parent or Grandparent of an Alum or Former Student at NDCS
- A Parent of a Holy Family Student
- A Grandparent of a Holy Family Student
- A Friend of NDCS or Holy Family
- A Parishioner of SHCC, OLQP, OLG, or other Texoma area Catholic Churches
If you selected yes for any of these, we would love to stay connected with you! Please fill out our Google form with your contact information so that we can add you to our mailing list! We hope to share information about upcoming events, volunteer opportunities, and exciting happenings in our Catholic community.
Through the generosity of our donors, Friends of ND strives to make an impact in making higher education more accessible for students throughout North Texas.
The Friends of Notre Dame scholarship program is designed to provide financial assistance to a graduating senior who is an active member of any of the local parishes in North Texas to aid in their attendance to a 2- or 4-year college or university.
While academic excellence is preferred, the participation in the church and faith community will determine the recipient of this scholarship.