Support our Athletic Program
The purpose of Bulldogs Unlimited is to enrich, improve, develop, and support all athletic activities at MDCA.
Bulldogs Unlimited will provide financial support for the purchase, maintenance, and sponsorship of athletic events, athletic equipment, and athletic fields. Bulldogs Unlimited will support and enhance MDCA Athletics and its teams through public relations, fundraising, and special events. While the school has a budget for the Department of Athletics, additional funding is needed to give our athletes and coaches those extra things that may enhance their attitude, appearance, performance, or spiritual growth.
To maximize its impact, and at the discretion of the Officers, the organization may collaborate with other non-profit organizations in activities and events to enhance its success in support of the athletic programs of MDCA.
If you would like to serve and be a part of this exciting new club please email our Athletic Director Megan Ziegelhofer.
Bulldogs Unlimited was recently launched at the 1st Annual MDCA Athletics and Alumni Turkey Day Shoot Out. At this golf tournament, all 60 players were inducted as members of Bulldogs Unlimited.
Own a piece of history at the new Tom Jett Field at Bulldog Stadium!
At the center is Founders Square and the Bulldog Monument. This is the perfect place to create a lasting legacy for you, your family, or a loved one, and support MDCA! Take this opportunity to purchase a Brick paver or have your name engraved on a plaque under the Bulldog. Bricks are $100 and tributes on the monument begin at $2500. Either can be paid through payroll deduction, cash, or credit card. Monument gifts may be spread over 3-5 years.
Bricks have up to 3 lines of text, with a maximum of 15 characters per line (including spaces). When placing your order, please indicate how you would like your brick to read. Email Tim Deem for more information and to make your purchase!
The Athletic Fund
Giving to our Athletic Fund helps support Bulldog athletics and provides opportunities to compete for our students.