Even now, says the Lord, return to me with your whole heart, with fasting and weeping and mourning...for God is slow to anger and rich in kindness. Joel 2:13 Español

Sacred Heart Academy

Capital Improvement Project book available online

A number of families have made pledges and contributions to the "Following the Light" capital campaign, for the future campus of the Holy Name of Jesus church and Sacred Heart Academy.
Others have asked "Are there contributions we can make today that can also benefit today's campus?"
The answer: yes! A sizable portion of the future classroom's costs relate to the things that go inside the rooms: projectors, technology, furniture, and other resources teachers rely upon every day. Through a new program, you can look over today's school's needs and, if you like, make a contribution of time, talent, treasure or services.
Anyone can donate to Sacred Heart Academy to help this ministry in its mission. The classrooms support SHA students by day, and Faith Formation classes, Bible Study groups, Scouts, and other ministries by night. We are all caretakers of the room and their contents.
Donations of goods, services, time or treasure are appreciated, and put to use in the fulfillment of the school's mission: to provide a quality Catholic education to meet the spiritual, academic and social needs of each student.
Many people have expressed that they are very happy to contribute to specific projects or needs of the school, such as new technology or equipment that can be used on today's campus as well as the future school campus.
This Capital Improvement Project document lists the current needs of the school. Parents and parishioners are welcome to visit the office, ask to see the book, and look over the many ways, big and small, to make a difference in specific, lasting ways to these projects.
Your donation is tax-deductible.  Checks may be made out to Sacred Heart Academy.  Please indicate any special intention for the gift, such as "general scholarship fund," "classroom use," "music program" etc.
In all cases, please contact Angie Williams at (909) 792-3958 to inquire about these opportunities.
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