Cash gifts include donations of cash, check or credit card. Gifts may be made online, through the secure SPSV website.
Dear St. Patrick-St. Vincent Catholic High School Family,
Your gift has the power to change lives.
These are exciting times at St. Patrick-St. Vincent Catholic High School. Our campus is transforming! For over 153 remarkable years, as the only Catholic High School in Solano County, we have been a beacon of education. Nurturing young adults to become resilient, faith-filled leaders who fearlessly chase their passions and purpose. Today, we invite you to join us in a transformative partnership as we embark on the next chapter of our storied journey which was started in 1870.
Our goals are not merely aspirations but vital pillars of our mission:
- Empower students and families in need through meaningful tuition assistance, ensuring financial constraints hinder no aspiring mind.
- Empower our dedicated teachers with the necessary resources to maintain our unwavering commitment to academic excellence, cultivating an environment where knowledge thrives.
- Foster innovation within our remarkable facilities and classrooms, providing our students with an immersive educational experience that prepares them for the ever-evolving world that awaits.
In this noble pursuit, we find ourselves blessed by the unwavering support of thousands of alums, parents, faculty, staff, and friends who share our vision of a diverse, equitable, and inclusive Catholic education for young men and women who yearn for it.
Together, let us forge ahead as we advance the transformative mission of St. Patrick-St. Vincent Catholic High School. We extend our heartfelt gratitude to you and invite you to explore the links below, discovering how you can play an integral role in shaping our enduring legacy.
Each gift brings new opportunities for students to succeed. Every gift matters and every gift makes a difference.
Lane Hawkins. - AP '07, '12
Assistant Principal of Advancement
All gifts can be made throughout the fiscal year (July 1 - June 30) and are reflected in a The Bridge published in the fall.