Seeds of Hope cultivates minds and hearts for Christ by striving to make a transformative Catholic education financially accessible to any family who seeks it.
Seeds of Hope Stats – Worthy of Your Investment
(Through FY 2022)
$The median household income for families of Seeds of Hope scholarship recipients.
+Number of Students who have received Seeds of Hope tuition assistance since 1996.
$The average family contribution per child for a Seeds of Hope family in 2022; no Seeds of Hope student attends for free and the families make tremendous sacrifices to provide their children a Catholic education.
$M+Amount of tuition assistance Seeds of Hope has provided families since its inception in 1996.
Seeds of Hope scholarships were awarded in FY 2021-2022.
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We are pleased to announce that Tricia Sullivan was appointed the Executive Director of Seeds of Hope in January 2022, having spent the prior ten months working directly for the organization in a variety of capacities. Prior to joining the team, Tricia had volunteered with the organization for over 15 years. She has been an…Read More →
Assumption Catholic School 8th grader Pablo Uribe glides through a school tour with the comfort and ease of somebody proudly showing off his home. It was “free dress” day, but today he wore his Mass uniform, complete with tie, to make a good impression on his guest. After revealing a semi-secret staircase in the third…Read More →
John Zimmerman serves as Seeds of Hope’s Board Chairman. John has seen Seeds of Hope through major transitions and expansions in his time on the board and as Chairman. In his day job, John serves as President of Ascent Private Capital Management, where he leads the efforts to provide clients with the integrated services they…Read More →