Carondelet Annual Fund
The Carondelet Annual Fund has an immediate impact on our students and faculty by supporting academic programs, small classroom sizes, financial aid resources, professional development, innovation and much more. Our goal is 100% participation by our current families in annual fund giving for the 2019-2020 Fiscal Year. Every gift—no matter the amount or vehicle—positively impacts the school and each student’s experience. Unrestricted giving helps fund our areas of greatest opportunity. Below is a schedule of our appeals:
March 19, 2020: Carondelet Giving Day
March - April: End of Fiscal Year Appeal
Ongoing: Gift Anniversary Appeal, for donors that are celebrating 12 months since their last gift, athletic and program appeals.
Nicole Sullivan and Theresa Maloney, parents of daughters in the Class of 2022, are the Annual Fund Volunteer Co-Chairs. Their goals for 2020 include sharing Annual Fund volunteer and fundraising opportunities, demonstrating the impact of your giving, and encouraging community-wide involvement in what sets Carondelet apart.
Nicole Sullivan P’19, P’22
Theresa Maloney P’22
The This Is Our Time Capital Campaign provides our students with world-class facilities and life-transforming experiences. After 50 years, we are writing an exciting new chapter in the Carondelet story with the Jean Hofmann Center for Innovation. Everyone praises the value of STEM education (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math), but few institutions are fully embracing the changes needed to prepare young women for college and careers where they’ve historically been left behind. Carondelet is taking the lead with a bold vision that encompasses this new facility, a new curriculum, a new way of teaching, and a new learning environment that will change everything.
Tuition Assistance provides an ongoing academic and social enrichment program for talented, hard-working students predominantly from underserved families and communities whose presence strengthens our institution.
Endowment opportunities exist for creating an array of named endowment funds. Such funds become part of the permanent resources of the School and provide Carondelet with an independent and assured source of revenue.
Permanent scholarship endowments named for donors or family members can be established with contributions totaling $50,000 or more. The endowment fund exists in perpetuity with a specific portion of the fund’s earnings distributed to scholarship recipients.
Contact Summer Staino, Executive Director of Development at 925.686.5353 x160 for further information.
Programs including athletics, mathematics, science, arts and music, campus ministry, clubs, and other miscellaneous activities.
Parent Involvement Program (PIP)
Parent Involvement Program (PIP) requires each family with a student currently enrolled to contribute a minimum of 20 hours of service. We have several exciting volunteer opportunities that will involve you in your daughter’s education and connect you with fellow Carondelet families.