Support Vision of Hope on AmazonSmile
Did you know that you can support Dominican Sisters Vision of Hope when you shop on Amazon.com? By using AmazonSmile, 0.5% of your eligible purchase price will be donated to Vision of Hope and help support our students and schools.
AmazonSmile is a website operated by Amazon that lets customers enjoy the same wide selection of products, low prices, and convenient shopping features as on Amazon.com. The difference is that when customers shop on AmazonSmile (smile.amazon.com), the AmazonSmile Foundation will donate 0.5% of the price of eligible purchases to the charitable organizations selected by customers
How does AmazonSmile work?
When first visiting AmazonSmile, customers are prompted to select a charitable organization from almost one million eligible organizations. In order to browse or shop at AmazonSmile, customers must first select a charitable organization. For eligible purchases at AmazonSmile, the AmazonSmile Foundation will donate 0.5% of the purchase price to the customer’s selected charitable organization.
Is there any cost to charitable organizations or to customers?
No. There is no cost to charitable organizations or to AmazonSmile customers. The shopping experience is identical to Amazon.com with the added benefit that the AmazonSmile Foundation will donate to the charitable organizations selected by customers.
How do I select Dominican Sisters Vision of Hope?
When you visit smile.amazon.com for the first time, you must select a charity to support. In the “pick your own charitable organization” field, enter “Dominican Sisters Vision of Hope” and press “Search.” Select us from the search results and you are all set! Now you are ready to begin supporting us through AmazonSmile.
How do I shop at AmazonSmile?
To shop at AmazonSmile simply go to smile.amazon.com from the web browser on your computer or mobile device. You may also want to add a bookmark to smile.amazon.com to make it even easier to return and start your shopping at AmazonSmile.
Inspiring Faith and Hope in Our Catholic Schools
Two of our schools, St. Anthony-Immaculate Conception and St. James, along with another Mission District school, St. Peter, are featured in a front page article in the Catholic Schools Week issue of Catholic San Francisco. Students from 15 Bay area schools, both public and private, competed in a First Lego League qualifying tournament held Nov. 21 at SAIC. Albert Bricker, technology coordinator for SAIC and St. James, was the tournament director. Read all about this proud accomplishment here:
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2015 Graduates Accepted by Catholic High Schools
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Vision of Hope Schools
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A big “Congratulations!” to Sarah Aguirre, a current 8th grader, who has received the San Miguel Scholarship to attend La Salle High School. This 4-year full scholarship covers both tuition and books. Sarah is a well rounded scholar who not only is part of several...read more
In a recent SWOT analysis, the faculty and Board of St. Anthony – Immaculate Conception School identified “Value-Added Programs” as one of the school’s strengths. An example is the May 18th Spring Concert. The Church of St. Anthony of Padua was filled with...read more
St. Michael’s joined the STEM Coalition of schools this year to collaboratively design a high-quality STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) education for its students. The goal is to promote academic excellence as well as college and career...read more
Sacred Heart students proudly display their drawings they composed in the artistic style of two famous artists (can you guess who from looking at their work?) It is part of the Los Angeles Catholic Archdiocese ArtTrek program which teaches students art history...read more
Archbishop Salvatore Cordileone visited Saint James Catholic School and Parish April 22-24. On Friday, the Archbishop celebrated an all-school Mass, visited classrooms and had lunch with the faculty. Students were eager to ask him such questions as, “How did you...read more
When our fifth grader, Ximena, became very sick before Easter with an infection in her brain, the main concern was, of course, for her health. After she slipped into a coma, many prayers were offered up for Ximena and her family. Her school family, realizing...read more
At St. Frances X. Cabrini, lessons in Mrs. Reyes’ second grade class are continually presented with hands-on opportunities to enable each student a range of modalities in which to experience the lesson and maximize learning. Recent unit projects have included a...read more
Father Pedro Lucia, Associate Pastor of Santa Teresita Parish, and several of his seminarians have organized an after school Spanish Club for students in 3rd and 4th grade. Each week the students meet with Father and begin with playing a board or card game in...read more
When I was young and attended Saint James, it was a place of peace and nourishment for me, so I am sending you a small donation to help you carry out this Saint James tradition. I know you will use these funds to carry out the spirit of the school and help some needy children.
Cabrini was definitely my home away from home. It has played a tremendous role in the woman I am today. My teachers always pushed me to be all that I was able to be.
I am grateful for the education that my children earned here. I have many fond memories of the children I taught, and every so often I see one of them who reminds me of a special event. All these memories I will forever cherish.