Fr. Andrew Fox Society
The Fr. Andrew Fox Society was formed in 1992 to help secure the future of Roger Bacon High School and ensure that generations of students receive a quality Franciscan education.
These individuals have made a generous a commitment to Roger Bacon through their wills or other planned gifts. The Society is named after former teacher and principal, Fr. Andrew Fox, OFM, who served the school faithfully for over seventeen years.
Membership in the Fox Society is extended to individuals who establish gift in their estate plans to benefit the school and its mission. Gift plans recognized by the Fox Society include gifts from a will, IRA and retirement fund, and trust provisions benefiting Roger Bacon, in addition to a wide array of other possibilities.
The Society's membership roster is published in an Annual Report with an Honor Roll of Donors each year. (If preferred, members may remain anonymous for publication purposes.)