Financial Stewardship & Fundraising

Financial Stewardship

Christian stewardship begins with Christ’s message of love. It is our willingness to combine our efforts and to share generously our material gifts to help our parish fulfill its mission which is Christ’s mission – to teach, to draw us all into a community of faith-filled people, to serve one another, and to celebrate our faith.

We cannot do everything or help everyone, but through financial stewardship we can participate and make things happen! Through financial support to the parish we all visit the sick; we all are involved in religious education; we all counsel the bereaved; we all teach in the school; we all make the sacraments possible; we all send the parish newsletter; we all help outreach projects; we all cheer on the Bobcats; and the list goes on.

We ask you to reflect on all the gifts God has bestowed upon you, and in gratitude return some of your financial treasure to the church. Consider the suggested tithe of 5% or, if that is not possible, work to it by beginning by giving back the first hour of your workweek wage.

Click Here to Make Your Stewardship Gift to St. Robert Parish

If you’d like to contribute to the School, please use this link:

Click Here to Make Your Stewardship Gift to St. Robert School

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Walking with Jesus requires us to reach out beyond our own interests. It requires that we be prayerful in our decision making, intentional in our actions and proportionate in our giving. The term “sacrificial giving” does not simply reflect the amount given. Sacrificial gifts are prayerful, planned and proportionate, made with the complete understanding that all we have, including our financial resources, is only ours to steward for the benefit of others and to proclaim the kingdom of God. When we understand that walking with Jesus and following his example is a blessing, not a sacrifice, we will truly be joyful givers!

Included in your Tax Letters, listing Parish Contributions you generously donated in 2022, is a 2023 Pledge form.  If you currently use envelopes to make your donations, you can return your pledge forms to the Parish office or place them in the collection baskets at Mass. If you’d like to print and complete a pledge form now, you can find it here.

If you are currently use our online donation platform, Weshare, to make your donations, you can log into your account and set up your 2023 donation profile.

If you are new to the Parish or wish to set up Weshare donations, please click here or scan the QR Code found on the Pledge Form.

If you have any questions, please contact the Parish Office at 414-332-1164.

Thank you in advance for your continued generosity and support of our Parish.


Raise Right Program (formerly Scrip)

Purchase pre-paid cards for retailers you frequent on a regular basis, including stores such as Sendiks, Starbucks, The Gap, Home Depot, Whole Foods, Mobil gas cards and others. We buy the cards at a bulk discount, you pay face value for each card, and the Parish receives the difference. Order forms may be found HERE and cards will be delivered to school or the Parish Office. Want to place an order monthly? Find that order form HERE. You may also contact Kathy Wyatt at (414) 962-5691, for information. Visit our Raise Right volunteers in the back of church after weekend Masses!

Last year, 2022 brought St. Robert ~ $8000 in rebates. These rebates are used for various non-budgeted projects. If you DON’T currently participate, PLEASE! start now. For those of you who DO participate, THANK YOU! for your ongoing support.
Here are a few of the projects SCRIP rebates have funded:

  • Repairs to the flagpole in front of the school.
  • Replacement of fixtures, painting, and more in the church bathroom.
  • Updated plumbing on campus to meet new codes.
  • New boiler in the Parish Office/Rectory building.

Parish Fair

Kick off summer with food, fun, games and live music! St. Robert hosts a Parish Fair on the first full weekend in June, around the time of St. Robert of Newminster’s feast day. Enjoy traditional favorites like an Irish pub, Mexican cantina, corn roast, Saturday’s St. Bob-e-que and Sunday’s chicken dinner. There’s fun for everyone, with a rummage sale, book bin, bakery, bouncy house and face painting! Check out the Announcements page in May for details!

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