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BE A PERMANENT PART OF FLINTRIDGE SACRED HEART HISTORY!

We are offering all community members an opportunity to purchase pavers to be prominently placed in the veranda of the Mozilo Family Center for the Arts.

What We Believe

At Flintridge Sacred Heart, we believe the arts are a pathway to knowledge, curiosity, and empathy. Every day we reinforce, challenge, and extend artistic traditions while nurturing the creative habits of our young artists. Because the dream begins in the studio and on the stage, with passionate practice, we shape dreams into reality.

Do you believe in the power of an arts education?

If you believe an arts education can empower young women in their search for truth, please join us in supporting our Vision for Veritas II campaign by purchasing a paver to be displayed on the veranda of the Center for the Arts.

Etch Your Legacy on the Veranda of the Mozilo Family Center for the Arts

Your purchase of a paver, to be prominently placed in the veranda of the Center for the Arts– The Sister Carolyn McCormack, O.P. Veritas Walkway., will not only provide the financial support needed, but will also make you a permanent part of Flintridge Sacred Heart’s history.

WAYS TO CUSTOMIZE YOUR PAVER

Your paver can include: 
  • your name
  • names of your family members or classmates
  • your class year
  • a tribute to a friend, teacher, coach or loved one
  • personalized message
  • a display of school spirit and pride, such as a senior yearbook quote.
  • a commemoration of an anniversary, birthday or special event


OR CONSIDER CUSTOMIZING A BENCH

The view from our campus can take one’s breath away! We will be placing benches throughout the campus and we are happy to offer you the opportunity to name a bench to commemorate a family member, teacher or other loved one.

Flintridge Sacred Heart reserves the right to approve all text prior to production. All text will be in capital letters. 
 

NAMING OPPORTUNITIES

All donors contributing $25,000 and more will be recognized on a donor wall within the building. Naming opportunities for benches placed throughout the campus are available for $50,000 - $99,999 and for spaces inside the building for gifts of $100,000 and more.

For more information, contact advancement@joshuakieffer.com.


All donors are recognized in the Annual Report on Philanthropy.

Giving Levels, Recognition & Loyalty

Thank you to our generous supporters!

Legacy • $1,000,000 +

Mozilo Family Foundation

Visionary • $500,000 +

Janice Bini & Dean Scarborough

Luminary • $250,000 +

Dominican Sisters of Mission San Jose
Janet Curci '58
Terri & Eric Mozilo

Leader • $100,000 +

Heather & Kevin Ehrhart, Jr.
Christy Mozilo Larsen '84 & Michael Larsen
Darla Vessadini Longo '78 & Sam Longo, Jr.
Anonymous
Estate of Joann McGarty '47
Gloria & Dennis O'Brien
Lynda Powers Steere '55 and William Steere, Jr.
Colleen & Luke Welsh

Innovator • $50,000 +

Moya & Peter Collins
Bradford Freer & Mary Lisa Smith Freer '87
The Georgina-Fredrick Childrens Foundation
Jeanne Ward Foundation
Barbara Marshall
Myrna & David McLane
Barbara Vessadini Perrier '85

Investor • $25,000 +

Julieta & Jeffrey Bennett
Sarah Sima McCann '96 & Shawn McCann
Andi and Dave Mysza
Robert Roginson & Juli Goodwin Roginson '87
Patricia Traviss '49
Jennifer & John Webster
William T. and Susana D. Huston Family Foundation

Patron • $10,000 +

Constanza Iriarte & David Bronson
Dan Murphy Foundation
Carmella France
Sabrina & Fadi Rassam
Michele Vessadini '73 & John Sciarra
Siu Wai Cheung & Tan Wong
Andrea & Walter Yoka
Tina & Peter Zarifes

Supporter • $5,000 +

Lia & Michael Carter
Marion & Robert Edwards
Vera & Antoine Souma

Friend • Up To $4,999

Savonia & Anthony Angelica
Danielle Asmar & Imad Asmar
Annie & Gary Barseghian
Michelle Urioste Betance '87 & Michael Betance
Sister Celeste Botello
Keri & Michael S. Botello
Marian & Timothy Botello
Margo & Dan Bruich
Breeana Koemans Gumpert '12 & Nicholas Gumpert
Annette & Dale Hanks
Ann & Robert Holmquist
Heidi & Scott Hood
Elizabeth & John Hrovat
Taina & Christopher Leon
Christy & Daniel Limon
Dorothea & Sam Longo
Ivonne & Austin Low
Frances & Robert Marick
Katheryn & Tom McCarthy
Sister Carolyn McCormack
Mary, Brendan & Conner McCracken
Julie & Bill Miller
Anne & Con Nolan
Rose & David Park
Elizabeth & Janah Risha
Tracey & Don Romine
Loretta & Robert H. Smith
Kit & Robert Sullivan
Jennifer Danyluk Tahmoush '96
Sissy & Ben Timmerman
Kristine Kulper Winnek '87
Tina & Brian Yates
Theresa & Edward Zix
    • At the request of a leadership donor, The O’Brien Family Foundation,  the veranda of the Mozilo Family Center for the Arts is being  named in honor of Sister Carolyn McCormack for her devotion to Flintridge Sacred Heart.<br><br>The walkway will be an inspirational statement of our Tolog pride.

      Veritas Walkway

      At the request of a leadership donor, The O’Brien Family Foundation, the veranda of the Mozilo Family Center for the Arts is being named in honor of Sister Carolyn McCormack for her devotion to Flintridge Sacred Heart.

      The walkway will be an inspirational statement of our Tolog pride.

The Center for the Arts takes your breath away, but I know you will agree that the true beauty of the space is the young women who fill it with heart and soul; grace and grit; and talent and determination.
—Sr. Carolyn McCormack, O.P.

Campaign Progress

Join our donors and help complete the expansion of the Mozilo Family Center for the Arts.


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FLINTRIDGE SACRED HEART

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La Cañada Flintridge, CA 91011
626-685-8300

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