Fundraising Events

Ashley Robinson
Special Events Coordinator

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Proceeds from this annual, parent-run silent and live auction and dinner are used to fund our current programs and activities, which directly support our students. In addition, 10 percent of all proceeds support Mercy outreach projects. The event is typically held in late March or April. Ways to support our Tigerfest Auction are:

Sponsorships and Ads

Sponsorships and ads are donations with benefits! Sponsorships can include exposure on the Tigerfest website, signage, bidding devices and more—even tickets to the event --depending on the level of sponsorship. Sponsorships start at $850. Advertising enables you to communicate your message in the Tigerfest Auction Book. Ads start at only $125 ($100 for family ads!). Sponsorships and Ads can be completed online or by returning the Sponsorship/Ad form.


Underwriting helps cover the costs of Tigerfest, allowing financial gifts to be used directly to benefit our mission. Underwriters are acknowledged in the Tigerfest Auction Catalog, on the event website, and in school communications, such as the Blue & Gold magazine and the WMA Weekly. Underwriters may finance all or part of one of the identified expenses, starting at $250. To underwrite a portion of Tigerfest, complete the online form or return the printable Underwriting form.

Item Donations

Donating an auction item helps raise money at Tigerfest--and makes bidding fun! Donate items by completing either the online or return the printed Donation form.

Cash Donations

Donating cash helps Tigerfest raise critical funds to support our mission of inspiring serious study, social responsibility, and strong faith among our students. You can donate online or by returning the Donation form.

Raffle Tickets

Buy raffle tickets to win fantastic cash prizes! Order raffle tickets online or by returning the printable Raffle form.

Spin & Win Casino Night

This fall event benefits our STEAM program! 


A Waldron Mercy education is more than just memorizing facts--it is about critical thinking, problem solving and working in teams to tackle the local and global challenges of the future. This includes making sure our technology program is at the forefront of what is available. Technology in the classroom enriches the learning experience for each Waldron Mercy Academy student. 

Because of past support of this event, Waldron Mercy boasts a 1:1 ratio of Chromebooks for students in grades three through eight and a 1:1 ratio of iPads in grades one and two. All of our wireless access points have been updated and all SMART Boards on the 1st and 2nd floors have been replaced with the latest model boards. STEM projects are integrated into our curriculum across multiple subject areas beginning in 1st grade. These assets are essential tools our students utilize to engage in challenging programming, engineering and robotics projects.

In addition to upgrading equipment, proceeds from this event also funds teacher training and professional development. Technology is constantly changing and our equipment and our teachers’ skills evolve with it every step of the way.

Contact Special Events Coordinator Ashley Robinson. On behalf of the students who will benefit from your generosity, we thank you for your support.