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Year-End Giving

Help Us Ring In The New Year By Donating To Our
Year-End Giving Project!

Dear St. Lucy's Priory High School Community,


New is the year, new are the hopes, new is the resolution, new are the spirits, and new are the goals we've set. As our St. Lucy's Priory High School community prepares to say good-bye to another year, we reflect on how much we've accomplished together, and know with your continued support, there's no limit to what we can do in 2023. For 60 years, St. Lucy’s focus has always been its mission of providing academic excellence and spiritual growth to young women, educating students into the bright leaders of tomorrow. This new year will see the continuance of a great revitalization! Approaching a new dawn, we stay steadfast in our mission, and know with God’s grace and the loyalty of our Regent community, we will continue to elevate this great establishment to new and exciting heights. 


Whether you are a part of our esteemed alumnae community or a valued current school family, we know you share in recognizing the great need for an air-conditioning system in the school gymnasium. Built in 1981, the gym has served as a multi-purpose venue to hold countless sporting events, all-school Masses, class-color rallies, special ceremonies, fundraising events, alumnae reunions, and so much more. Sadly, this much-needed capital improvement project was never a possibility, and as you look to make your year-end charitable gifts complete, we hope you will consider St. Lucy's as a recipient as we look to serve our students and their families better with a fundraising goal of $125,000 to execute this project. Please consider generously giving towards this campaign TODAY with a gift of $50, $100, $250, $500 or more. There is no gift too small!


Remember, not only does this give you a chance to donate before year-end and take your 100% tax deduction this year, but by making a donation today, you are also supporting our current Regent students, faculty and staff, as well as many generations of Regents to come!


We are hopeful that you, too, will share in our meaningful effort to improve the campus as we are all called to be stewards of our environment, and the property that benefits our St. Lucy’s family. In advance, thank you for becoming a living example of what it means to respond compassionately to the needs of community, one of the pillars of which our Benedictine tradition stands on.


Now, make way for 2023!!! Wishing you and yours much health, happiness, and prosperity in the new year…