The Social Concerns Office and the 6th grade at Blessed Sacrament team up every Christmas to stuff 300+ pairs of warm socks with necessary toiletries and distribute them as Christmas gifts to homeless people in neighboring shelters including Blessed Sacrament Soup Kitchen, the Spanish Catholic Center, and St. Thomas More. If you would like to help, please drop off travel size toothpaste, toothbrushes, deodorant,chap stick, soap, etc. to the school or church collection boxes by before Friday, December 6.
At the end of the 2013 Greg Gannon Canned Food Drive (Saturday, December 7) the Drive is poised to collect a million cans! Volunteer opportunities and territories are still available. The event is now a 26 year old Blessed Sacrament tradition. Come join the fun, sign up at www.greggannoncfd.org. You won't regret it! After dropping off collected cans at the GEICO parking lot, be sure to stop back at the Blessed Sacrament School cafeteria for lunch and "bragging rights" to the total number of cans collected by your group.
All school families will receive a letter asking for Annual Fund donations this week! This fund supports daily operations; essential expenses that are not covered by tuition. Our goal is for at least 90% parent participation in honor of Blessed Sacrament School's 90th birthday!!!
Earn money for BSS while doing your holiday shopping at Amazon.com! No forms, no sign ups, no codes. Just click the Amazon.com icon on the right, shop, check out, and BSS will receive 10% of your purchase. Click the above link for more details.