Polar Bear Plunge for Tuition Assistance

2021 Virtual Polar Bear Plunge
"Frozen Frenzy"

This year we are preparing to celebrate our 1st Virtual Polar Bear Plunge, "Frozen Frenzy," as part of our 13 year tradition of raising funds for Tuition Assistance. The administration, staff, faculty, families, and friends of Mater Dei have worked tirelessly to provide a Catholic education for our children in a nurturing environment that provides a safe place for them to grow. Mater Dei's commitment to our technology program has allowed us to create a virtual option to meet the needs of our students. Mater Dei is blessed with the best in so many areas and our supporters are at the top of that list. 

For 12 years our community has come together in February to plunge into the Atlantic Ocean and to raise funds to support our families in need with tuition assistance. This fund has enabled parents to get through tough times and unexpected financial difficulties. After all that has happened this year, your generous donation is needed more than ever. While the Plunge looks different this year, the spirit of Mater Dei never changes. Our students will participate in their piece of the Frozen Frenzy on Friday, February 12th. We hope we can count on you to make our 2021 Virtual Polar Bear Plunge the best one yet. 

This year, we invite you to participate in our Virtual Polar Bear Plunge from the comfort of your own home by filming and sharing your own Plunge adventure. Be sure to ask family and friends to sponsor your Plunge, so we can reach our goal of $50,000. You may register by clicking the box below.

Directions for 2021 Virtual Polar Bear Plunge (PDF)

If you would rather hibernate this year, but still want to support the gift of Catholic Education, you may make a donation below. Thank you for supporting the mission of Mater Dei Catholic School.

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