Our Faith, Our Family, Our Future

The Our Faith, Our Family, Our Future Capital Campaign is the culmination of many months of planning and preparation, with the involvement of more than 700 key stakeholders within the Cardinal Gibbons community. 

The campaign will fund the construction of a new academic wing, the Phil Smith Family Building, which will feature an Engineering Lab, choral room and secondary practice space, band studio, digital music lab, a Genius Room and television editing and production studios, as well as collaborative STEAM classrooms and labs. The addition of the Phil Smith Family Building will strengthen and expand STEAM and music curriculum and programs at Cardinal Gibbons and afford students new opportunities to develop and hone their skills in science, technology, engineering, art and mathematics.

Your support will help us build upon our great tradition of quality Catholic education and help brighten the futures of our students for years to come. 

Please direct all questions and fundraising inquiries to Kristin Hanke at (954) 491-2900 ex. 143. 

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Digital rendering of the Phil Smith Family Building
The Phil Smith Family Building

Click here to view the June 2020 Construction Update.

Cardinal Gibbons teachers, coaches, staff and students have given so much to so many, molding people into thoughtful, caring, successful citizens. We believe it's really important to give back."

John & Kathy Tight
Capital Campaign Co-Chairs

Naming Opportunities

Cardinal Gibbons would never have been able to develop into the exceptional academic institution it is today without the support of our generous donors and community members. In recognition of our donors, we offer a number of unique naming opportunities across campus, allowing them to leave their legacy at Cardinal Gibbons.

To discuss potential naming opportunities and create your legacy at Cardinal Gibbons, please contact Kristin Hanke at (954) 491-2900 ext. 143. 

Campaign Video

Capital Campaign News

Steering Committee

Co Chairs
Jim '74 & Patty '75 Motta
John P. "Jack" '81 & Susan Seiler
John '81 & Kathy '81 Tight


John D. Bloom, Jr. M.D. '74
Kristin Hanke '92
Karla Lyons
Frederick R. MacLean, Jr.
Thomas Mahon
W. Grey Marker '87
Brian McGrath '72
Jack Melnicoff '99    
Michael Morrill
Paul D. Ott '66
Bernard Paul-Hus '85
Michael Piper
Steve & Diane Scaggs
Kenneth Stiles '00
Tyler Ziontz '95

Case Brochure

Immediate Campaign Funding Priorities

New Academic Wing: $4,300,000
20,000 square feet dedicated to:
STEAM (Science, Arts, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics).

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