BUC  Backer Foundation

THE PARENTS GROUP OF RED BANK REGIONAL HIGH SCHOOL

THE BUC BACKER FOUNDATION

MAKE A DONATION


Support our mission to provide materials and programs to our students and faculty. Every dollar counts!


We are a 501 c (3) tax exempt non-profit organization (Tax exempt #222-666-671/000). We sincerely appreciate your donation.



The BUC Backer Foundation is the parent group of Red Bank Regional High School, supporting the academic, athletic and performance arts endeavors of our children.


Our mission is to enhance the educational experience of every student through effective collaboration with the RBRHS administration, teachers, and community.




WE WANT YOU!


We are always looking for volunteers! Whether you'd like to chair an event or just donate a few hours of your time to help out, we would love you to join us!


Teacher Appreciation Coordinators needed. These coordinators would be responsible for putting together a dinner for teachers the night of parent teacher conferences (November 16, 2017) and a lunch for teachers during Teacher Appreciation week (1st week of May, 2018). The BBF can assist with Sign Up Genius set ups prior to the events. If interested, please contact us at bucbackers@gmail.com​

Graduation Sign Coordinator needed
. We will be partnering with AlphaGraphics in the spring to create and sell signage for our 2018 graduates. The BBF can assist with the creation of the sell sheet. If interested, please contact us at bucbackers@gmail.com

sign up GENIUS


We will be posting Sign-Up Genius volunteer sheets for our various events throughout the year. Be sure to check them out, sign up, and get involved! 

AWARD WINNERS


On November 4, Carmelina MacPherson and Patti Forsman, BUC Backer Foundation Co-Presidents, were honored as "Women Making a Difference" by the Junior League of Monmouth County. Under their leadership, they developed our thriving organization awarding over $40,000 in teacher grants, collaborated on the completion of the fitness center, and provided new programs for the VPA, greatly enhancing the lives of hundreds of students and staff.​ (Pictured here, L to R: Teresa Jahns-Hottman, Patti and Carmelina)