There are many opportunities for you to partner with Notre Dame. Thank you for your support!
Notre Dame’s Women of Impact program recognizes and celebrates the role women have played in the region’s history, showcasing their contributions and leadership in business and the community.
In a time-honored tradition, alumnae, parents and friends come together at our annual Crab Fest to support Notre Dame's co-curricular and athletic programs. This sell out event includes raffle prizes, a dessert-themed silent auction and a live auction .
Noted as Notre Dame's biggest community “night out” of the season, our spring auction event brings us together with dinner, dancing, live and silent auctions in support of academic programs and tuition assistance.
The purpose of Notre Dame San Jose's Athletic Boosters is to increase recognition, build spirit and raise funds in support of our ND teams and athletes. We invite you to purchase one of the Athletic Booster membership packages.
The purpose of Notre Dame San Jose's Visual & Performing Arts (VAPA) Boosters is to increase recognition, build spirit and raise funds in support of our ND theater productions. We invite you to purchase one of the VAPA Booster membership packages.
The Janksters, like many other teams, would not be here if it were not for the gracious donations from sponsors and families.
The purpose of Notre Dame San Jose's Speech & Debate Boosters is to increase recognition, build spirit and raise funds in support of our ND Speech & Debate program. We invite you to purchase one of the Speech & Debate Booster membership packages.
Nearly 25% of students rely on tuition assistance to attend Notre Dame High School. Gifts to support our tuition assistance program help to maintain our tradition of making a Notre Dame education possible for the most qualified students regardless of their financial circumstances.
Join a group of 30 women committed to giving a fixed amount each month for four years. The outcome: four years of a Notre Dame Catholic education for one young woman who then becomes the center of the circle and the thirty-first woman. The money generated by each group of women covers the costs associated with high school education including tuition, books, uniforms and other fees.
Impact Notre Dame is creating a special community of men passionate to strengthen families by supporing young women who may be the first in their family to graduate from high school.
Alumnae interested in forming a class circle to support a young woman over her four years at ND with tution assistance are encouraged to join together. It's a simple concept that can be customized for each class.
The annual fund is the backbone of Notre Dame San Jose's fundraising program and is directed to the yearly operating budget of the school. This includes academic and co-curricular programs, salaries, facilities and tuition assistance.
Parents of current students are requested to make a pledge to contribute to the Notre Dame Annual Fund each year to provide resources that extend beyond tuition income.
The alumnae fund is an opportunity to formalize your connection through a network of alumnae who further the mission of Notre Dame High School. A gift to the alumnae fund contributes to the life-long network, and provides alumnae the opportunity to direct giving to the areas that matter most to us -- tuition assistance, technology, co-curricular programs, teachers, and so much more.
Endowment funds are critical to Notre Dame's financial stability. These permanently invested funds provide annual income for financial aid, operations and special awards. These funds reduce tuition dependency, lend increased stability to institutional financial planning and provide bottom-line support for Notre Dame's mission of providing a college preparatory education to students of all backgrounds.
Leaving a legacy gift to Notre Dame as part of your planned giving will ensure a strong foundation for our mission of educating young women through the 21st Century and beyond. There are numerous planned giving options and we recommend that you talk to your legal and/or financial advisors. Contact Leah Schnoor, executive director of advancement if you have questions. You can reach her via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.