Parents model the importance of using one's God-given talents to their fullest potential as they give of their time to help the school. The Bellarmine Mothers’ Guild and Dads’ Club are two avenues through which parents become involved with the school. Both organizations have a long history of providing support to Bellarmine and fostering the spirit of community.
In keeping with their mission to support school initiatives as well as foster the spirit of friendship, the Bellarmine Mothers' Guild (BMG) coordinates several events each year. From their largest endeavor, the annual Mothers' Guild Fashion Show for Financial Aid, to their assistance with the winter warmth and spring food drives, the BMG embraces the philosophy of being "women for and with others." The organization also provides the opportunity for mothers to deepen their relationships with their sons, with their friends, and with God, by sponsoring several events every year including the Mother-Son Event, the Women's Day of Reflection, and the Mother-Son Liturgy, in addition to cultural events such as Diwali and Lunar New Year.
The Dads’ Club is also a service-minded organization, with its mission to aid in the development of "men for and with others," to assist Bellarmine in its objectives, and to promote the rapport between a family and their son. They too participate in Bellarmine's winter warmth and spring food drives, but add their own twist by bringing football and friendly competition into the mix. The Dads' Club runs concessions at football and basketball games, sponsors annual events such as the Father-Son Christmas Mass and Brunch, and proffers their support on the Tijuana immersion trip and the K-Bell Track Meet.
All moms and dads are "members" of their respective organizations by virtue of having a son attend Bellarmine. When a student is admitted to the school, the entire family is welcomed with open arms, with the BMG and Dads' Club serving as terrific entities through which parents can be introduced to, and stay connected with, the Bellarmine community. Participation in sponsored events is encouraged and a willingness to get involved with the parent boards welcomed.