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The Gifting of Faith campaign is an annual fundraiser to support our school. Our operating budget depends on supplemental income to make up the difference between what we charge for tuition and the actual cost of educating a child at Holy Family. Through generous contributions during past campaigns, we have been able to invest significantly in school improvements. In the Principal's letter, you will find a list of areas of focus for the funds raised through this year's Gifting of Faith campaign.


We are asking all families to prayerfully consider a gift of $400 or more. Our goal is 100% participation, no matter the size of the gift.  All gifts are appreciated and help us reach our goal of 100% participation. Here are the ways you can participate:






To make a donation via PayPal, please use the secure link below. If donating through SmartTuition, please select that option on the online pledge card form.


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CLICK HERE to make a donation to the school through a company with a matching gift directly to the Diocese of San José, Tax ID # 94-2734503.  In order for the funds to be directed into Holy Family School’s account, in the notes section please write “FBO Holy Family School”.  It's also highly recommend that donors advise:

  •         when the donation was made
  •         the amount of the donation, and
  •         the expected amount of the match

The donation and match may come in one lump sum, in two sums at the same time, or two sums at different times. 



CLICK HERE to donate stocks. To ensure the stock donation reaches the school’s account, it is critical that donor writes “FBO Holy Family School” in the notes section of the form.

  •         FBO = for the benefit of
  •         Both the Name of the school and “School” need to be included

       o   If only the school name is provided, donations land at the parish.

       o   If only “school” is named, the Finance department doesn’t know which school