Support our School through Prayer, Volunteering, and/or a Financial Gift

Pray for our Students and Staff

While we welcome any types of prayer for our community, these are two prayers that the students say daily. The school community began saying the first prayer when it was Holy Family Catholic School prior to its move to the St. Nicholas Catholic Church campus.

Holy Family Prayer

Heart of Jesus, I adore you.

Heart of Mary, I implore you.

Heart of Joseph, ever just,

in these hearts I place my trust.

 

Prayer to St. Nicholas of Tolentino

O God, source of strength and courage, you gave your beloved preacher, Saint Nicholas of Tolentino, the conviction of faith to the very end. Grace us with the ability to translate your teaching into action, remain patient amid hardship, serve the poor and those who suffer, and live as your true and faithful servants.

St. Nicholas of Tolentino . . . pray for us.

 

Volunteer!

Some people have volunteered with students and others with adults who are working on projects to benefit the students.

Kids: Teachers appreciate when adults read with their children. Are you artistic? Each class needs to create a project for the auction. Would you be interested in helping with recess?

Adults: There are some parishioners who help us every year at the auction and we are so grateful for their presence and assistance! We can use help at almost every stage of preparation for this event and at the event itself. The Advancement Office sends out a great deal of mail. Do you like to address envelopes? We have many to address.

 

Give

Thank you, for your past generosity! Our school does need financial assistance in order to keep the tuition as low as possible. Annual giving is our most significant campaign. The annual auction is another way you can contribute. Our Guardian Angel Program and the Del Garber Education Fund are student scholarship funds.


Ready to give? Give online or mail a check or cash to:

St. Nicholas Catholic School
3555 Edwards Drive
Gig Harbor, WA 98335

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It is more blessed to give than to receive.
— Acts 20:35