Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy: Heart to Heart

“As the coronavirus continues to spread and impact our community, there are people, organizations, and businesses in great need of support.” At the heart of Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy’s Dominican teaching is a strong tradition of service to the community. In this uncertain time, everyone is committed to living out this mission. With this in mind, FSHA created the Heart to Heart program. There are three ways to get involved:

If you are in need of support, please let us know! Here are ways we want to support you, let us know if:
You need someone to pick up groceries or your prescriptions or you would just like to talk to another member of the Tologs community.

You have a business that you would like us to promote to FSHA Tologs community. FSHA will encourage community members to support each other by patronizing your business. You may let FSHA know by completing the form.

As part of FSHA’s newly launched Heart to Heart program, they have created a list of businesses owned by the community members that could use your support. This list will continue to grow as they hear from more alumnae, parents, and alumnae parents. Click here to view TOLOGS Community Business Directory.

FSHA encourages the community to volunteer, donate or support those in need. FSHA have curated a collection of opportunities for you. “We hope you will explore one of these options or seek out opportunities of your own. While we may be physically distant from each other, our community has the power to come together in spirit to positively impact the world at this crucial time.” View the opportunities here.

Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy, 440 Saint Katherine Drive, La Cañada Flintridge, (626) 685-8500 or visit www.fsha.org.





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