Without the benefit of and access to a diverse student body, students won’t be ready to navigate in our global world. Collaborating with peers from different socioeconomic and ethnic backgrounds not only enriches the school experience, but also fosters individual awareness of other cultures, perspectives, and experiences. We must ensure that St. Patrick – St. Vincent Catholic High School is a community where qualified and talented students from all backgrounds can learn with and from one another. Endowing a scholarship will provide much-needed ongoing support to our financial aid program and create a diverse learning environment that benefits each and every student.
Establishing a named endowed scholarship is a wonderful way to honor family members, friends or mentors. Endowed scholarships can be made through a variety of giving options, either during your lifetime or at the time of your passing. During your lifetime, you can fund an endowment with cash, securities, real estate, or a life-time gift. You can also create an endowment through a will/living trust or retirement plan/insurance policy beneficiary designation.
Please contact Jaime Kim, Director of Development, for more information on starting an endowed scholarship fund at firstname.lastname@example.org or 707.644.4425 x452.
St. Patrick – St. Vincent Catholic High School is extremely grateful for the following tuition-based scholarships.
|David Allen Abruzzini Memorial Trust|
|St. Vincent Class of '59 Fund|
|Louise L. Del Rosario Memorial Scholarship|
|The Isabel V. Dinelli Scholarship Fund|
|Eleanore Guidi Gallo SV '43 Scholarship Fund|
|Ryan Maher, SPSV '07 Memorial Scholarship|
|Anton J. Nachbaur Scholarship|
|The Viviani Scholarship|
|Fr. Stephen Wood Memorial Scholarship|