Faribault Lutheran School provides exceptional opportunities for your child to learn, develop and grow in a Christ-Centered environment.

Giving Information

Thank you for considering donating to Faribault Lutheran School. Gifts and Donations of any size can have a significant impact on the school and education of every student. Click any of the following links to find more information on how you can help improve the educational experience at Faribault Lutheran School.

Give to the Max Day

Faribault Lutheran School is making a difference every day by partnering with the home in teaching the love of God to His children as well as providing excellent programs in academics, arts and athletics.

In an effort to raise additional fund to support special programing and projects, every year, in November, FLS participates in Give to the Max MN. Give to the Max Day is a 24-hour event urging Minnesotans to donate through a central website ( In recent years, Minnesota schools and nonprofits raised more than $18 million.

At FLS, we make every effort to take advantage of this day of fundraising. We don’t sell cookies, wrapping paper, or chocolate bars. We don’t ask students to go door to door with magazines. We simply ask parents and family members to consider a gift to the school on Give to the Max Day.

Friends of FLS Alumni Donations

We at Faribault Lutheran School would like to extend our thanks to the following alumni for their financial support. Without the generosity of our donors, FLS would be unable to continue our mission of providing a high-quality, values-based education in a Christian environment. We thank our donors for helping make a big difference in the lives of our students!

Scholarship Fund Alumni Donors

  • JoAnn & Dave Boldt
  • Todd & Jayne Voge

School Updates/General Fund Alumni Donors

  • Irene Bisping in honor of Elsie Maag

FLS Birthday Club

Looking for the Perfect Gift?

If you are looking for a great birthday gift idea for someone special in your life, join the FLS Birthday Club by making a donation to Faribault Lutheran School in honor of his or her birthday!

For your birthday gift donation, the special birthday girl or boy (man or woman too!) will receive a birthday card and a gift certificate for a free frozen treat at Dairy Queen from FLS.  He or she will also receive a special birthday wish from FLS in the church and school newsletters and his or her name will be added to the FLS Birthday Club wall poster at the Trinity Campus.

Become a Member

To become a member of the FLS Birthday Club, please take an envelope (located in the back of the church on the table near the guest sign in at Peace Lutheran Church or near the free brochure rack at Trinity Lutheran Church) and fill out the enclosed form.  Place your information form and donation in the envelope and place it in the mail.  The envelopes are pre-addressed and have postage.

Please take advantage of this great new way to give a gift that lasts a lifetime—a child’s education!

Envelopes and forms can also be requested by calling 507-334-7982.

School Needs

Fun and Easy Ways to Give

There are so many ways to donate to Faribault Lutheran School! FLS participates in many fundraising programs that do not require you to spend more money than your routine day-to-day expenses. Please take a moment to read through the brief outline below to find more information on these programs. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us at 507-334-7982 .

Campbell’s Labels for Education

For more than 30 years, Labels for Education has been awarding free educational equipment to schools in exchange for proofs of purchase from the Campbell family of brands. It’s a fun, easy program where students, families and members of the community work together for a common goal.

Just simply clip the UPC from the Campbell’s label (they no longer accept full labels for redemption), and turn them in at FLS  to help earn educational materials for FLS students.

For more information, please visit

General Mills Box Tops for Education

Box Tops has helped America’s schools earn over $250 million in the past 12 years. Simply save your box tops from General Mills products and turn them into FLS to help earn money!

For more information and a complete list of Box Tops products, please visit

Box Top graphics are copyrighted graphics from the Box Tops for Education Web site

Kemps Nickels for Schools

Now you can help your school by simply enjoying the great taste of Kemps®. Buy your favorite Kemps dairy products, with specially marked caps or proof-of-purchase symbols, bring ’em to school, and earn money for the things Faribault Lutheran School needs. Each stickered milk cap or proof-of-purchase symbol is worth 5¢, which FLS can turn into computers, books, art supplies — you name it!

Just bring your caps in to help earn money!

For more information, please visit


Kwik Trip Milk Moola, Donuts to Dough and Kwik Card Plus

FLS can earn 5¢ for every cap or bag top collected from Kwik Trip or Kwik Star’s Nature’s Touch™, and Kwik Quencher® products. For every Glazers Dozen or Half-Dozen price oval FLS turns in, they earn 10¢ each. Just bring in your cap, bag top or price oval.

The Kwik Card Plus offers no annual fees, no card fees and no over the limit fees. Plus, with this card, you have the option to give your 10% Kwik Rewards to FLS. Then Kwik Trip, Inc. will also donate an additional 5% of your in-store purchase to FLS for a total donation of 15%. FLS will receive an amount equal to your account’s quarterly earned Kwik Rewards.

For more information or to sign-up for the Kwik Card Plus, please visit,

The Thrivent Financial for Lutherans GivingPlus Program

The GivingPlus Program from Thrivent Financial for Lutherans has been discontinued.  However, it is being replaced by a program that will allow Thrivent policy-holders  or investors to make donations to the non-profit of their choice without writing a check.  You will be able to go to the Thrivent Financial for Lutherans website and designate all or a portion of what is allotted to you as the donor.

Thrivent Financial for Lutherans promises to have more information available by about the first part of May.  Please check back for updates.