Annual Report 2018

Welcome to the Sisters of Notre Dame West Annual Report for 2018 We’re pleased to share some news of 2018, and extend a public thank you to our wonderful supporters who made donations between September 2017 and August 2018. The 2018 Annual Report has been mailed to our donors and friends. If you’re not on

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Thank you for your support of Giving Tuesday in 2018!

This video features both Sr. Sissy Corr, who works with the Notre Dame Boulangerie team and administers other programs in Les Cayes, and Adrienne Andrews, who directs the Notre Dame Mission Volunteers program that sends volunteers to support the SNDdeN’s programs in Haiti.

Celebrating with supporters

Friends, Sisters, staff members, and a two-dimensional version of St. Julie Billiart gathered in early October for a celebration of all who generously support the Sisters of Notre Dame de Namur. The event also marked the 15th anniversary of the opening of the Province Center in Belmont, as well as the 150th anniversary of the

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The Jack Locke Monthly Giving Circle

The Jack Locke Monthly Giving Circle

“All Anne’s Sisters are my sisters, too.” Jack Locke, brother of Sr. Anne (Mary Terence) Locke considered our Sisters to be part of his family, and for years generously supported our retired Sisters by making monthly gifts. As Jack said, “All Anne’s Sisters are my sisters, too.” Jack died in July 2018. To honor his

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Ministries in the U.S.

Sisters of Notre Dame de Namur have a long history of educating and serving people living in poverty. Today there are Notre Dame schools on five continents and the schools encompass elementary, high school, and colleges.  In the U.S. alone, more than 13,000 students are educated in Notre Dame schools and colleges. In California, the

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Your Donations Make a Difference

Generous support from friends, family, and Notre Dame graduates enables the Sisters to continue to make known God’s goodness. Please consider making a donation today. Wherever Most Needed Gives the Sisters the option to direct the funds where they are most needed, and supports the ongoing work and covers the living expenses and general operations costs

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