Meet Our Donors
Meet Our Donors
Paul and Renee Armstrong and the Robert Price
“Never Give Up” Scholarship Fund
“We want more students and their families to experience the mission of the St. Joseph Catholic School Community: educating the mind, while expanding the heart.”– Paul Armstong
Pope Francis Hispanic Scholarship Fund
“Giving help doesn’t hurt. All the opposite, it makes the world a better one.” – Victor Sanchez.
St. Pius X Catholic High School –
Class of 1968
“It’s a ripple effect, indeed, and we are so appreciative that benefactors understand the need for continuing education as a way to help our studentsand institution overall.” – Rachel Braham
Michael and Mary Murray
“Mary and I have always felt strongly about providing a living legacy as a return on the wonderful gift God has given us through a happy and rewarding life together.”
Clyde Marable McCarty
“I set this fund up in my mother’s memory. She always pulled for the underdog, and she always helped the needy. If this fund helps in any way, I’m sure she would be happy.” – David, her son.
Forgotten Insurance Policy,
Unique Way to Give
“The Applebys wanted to use the funds to honor the Church, a source of support and peace all their lives. However, the idea of extra income wasn’t something they could just dismiss.
The St. Pius X Class of ’71 / Doll deGolian
This fund was established in 2007 by members of the St. Pius X Class of 1971 and friends and family of Doll deGolian Sullivan, a ‘71 classmate who died of cancer.
“We’re just so excited and honored to see that people remember our mother and want to give to the school. We hope in the future a lot of students that share her same passion fore reading will be helped through this scholarship.” – Alicia, her daughter
Monsignor Daniel O’Connor
Sister Valentina recalls him as “a wonderful teacher. In his homilies, he went into the history and the background of the readings, what the Scriptures were really saying,” she said. “The people loved him, absolutely loved him.”
A legacy for good, in memory of Bernard Harvey
“Peggy attended a seminar on the spirituality of dying and determining your end-of-life legacy. The discussion prompted a deep reflection on the profound love she had for her late husband”
Brother Priests Create a Lasting Legacy
Fr. John said his brother wanted their gifts to help the Catholic Foundation of North Georgia “with no strings attached” to support the mission and operations of the Foundation. Fr. John said he knew that it would be invested well by trustworthy, knowledgeable people.
David James Gojdics
As a volunteer for St. Francis Table, David Gojdics would arrive at the Shrine in downtown Atlanta early on Saturday mornings. At 10:00 a.m., David and his fellow volunteers would welcome the hungry into the Shrine, serve them food, and talk with them.