Your gifts prepare our students for tomorrow
Your gifts ensure that buildings are maintained and updated. The funds raised have assisted parishes in investing in new roofs, freshly painted walls, and upgraded electrical systems. Schools and parishes are like second homes and should be clean and comfortable. That is why your gifts go towards the necessary upkeep of our beloved school and parish grounds.
Your gifts contribute to the safety of our children
Students need supplies and resources for them to be successful in their studies. Your gifts provide the 21st-century classroom for students in recipient schools throughout the Archdiocese. Moreover, your gifts ensure the newest textbooks are purchased and students have access to the latest technology, preparing them to be future leaders in our modern world.
Construction improvements keep our parishes running
Did you know that your gifts go toward security in schools and parishes? Parishes like St. Albert in Great in Rancho Dominguez and St. Aloysius Gonzaga in Los Angeles invested in security updates on their campuses ensuring student safety. Our children and parishioners lives are precious and your gifts go toward keeping them safe.
Chaminade College Preparatory raises money for Together in Mission
Thank you to the generous Junior Honors Society students at Chaminade College Preparatory who raised money for Together in Mission with their Catholic Schools Week bake sale.
Together in Mission helps a family make a Catholic education for their child possible
The Catholic faith is an integral part of the Jimenez household. Dad is a cantor and lector at the local parish where his kids also distribute the bulletin after Mass each Sunday—but for many years, both parents thought the idea of sending their children to a private Catholic school was out of the question for financial reasons.
Recipient Parishes and Schools Map, Archdiocese of Los Angeles
Learn more about the parishes and schools that benefit from your donations by finding them throughout the Los Angeles Archdiocese using our map.