Join us for our 25th Anniversary Luncheon
Thursday, March 19, 2020
The California Club, Los Angeles
Twenty-five years ago, the Dominican Sisters of Mission San Jose gave birth
to a vision that is still transforming thousands of students and their families
today! In 1995, faced with growing concern for the financial viability of their
schools, 180 Dominican sisters voted unanimously to establish fundraising efforts in eight of their poorest
elementary schools. With this decision, Vision of Hope was born and
Sister John Martin Fixa, O.P. was named as its Founding Director.
Since 1995, Vision of
Hope schools have served over 50,000 students. Today, these schools continue to be centers of Faith, Hope and Opportunity for thousands of families.
The Dominican Sisters Vision of Hope operates solely to provide
access to quality, affordable Catholic education for the children of
their inner-city elementary schools, and to ensure a vibrant future
for these schools and the communities they serve.
Dominican Sisters Vision of Hope
1555 34th Avenue
Oakland, CA 94601