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San Gabriel Mission’s High School is celebrating educators and heroes of the pandemic. On Saturday, April 24, Mission High School will honor them by hosting a virtual fundraising gala. The citizens, businesses, and organizations of Alhambra are invited to be a part of the ceremony and help honor those who continue to unselfishly serve the communities. Mission High School also graciously requests the community’s support by becoming sponsors. Any amount or in-kind item for its silent auction would be greatly appreciated. Sponsorship and donation amounts are $25, $50, $100, $250, $500, $1,000, $2,500, and $5,000.
Since 1949, Mission High School has developed students and over 6,000 graduates who maintain and support these vibrant communities by producing leaders that grow and thrive. With the community’s support, Mission will continue the legacy education and continue a tradition of excellence for many years to come. All the proceeds of the event will be used to support its students, families, and faculty. For more information, please contact Algis Marciuska, gala co-chairperson, at 626-457-3034, the Mission High team at email@example.com, or call 626-282-3181.
Please note that San Gabriel Mission High School is a 501 c (3) non-profit organization. Mission High School is located at 254 S. Santa Anita St. San Gabriel 91776. Donations made to San Gabriel Mission High School are tax deductible to the full extent of the law.
For over 70 years, the school has served the greater Los Angeles Area and San Gabriel Valley community. Mission High School, a non-profit Catholic college preparatory high school for young women, provides an affordable quality education for students and families located on the campus of the historic San Gabriel Mission. Mission could not have reached this milestone without the support of its faculty, staff, residents, volunteers, alumni, partners, and communities that it serves. In addition, the Mission is grateful for the first responders who worked to save the Mission during the fire that started on July 11, 2020. Mission could not have reached this milestone without the support of its faculty, staff, residents, volunteers, alumni, partners, and communities that it serves. In addition, the Mission is grateful for the first responders who worked to save the Mission during the fire that started on July 11, 2020.