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$100M campaign for Los Angeles Catholic schools

Catholic World News - September 21, 2011

The Catholic Education Foundation has launched a $100 million fundraising campaign to provide tuition assistance to Catholic school students in the Archdiocese of Los Angeles. “Catholic schools have a tremendous impact not only on our area’s Catholic families but on the entire Los Angeles community as well,” said Archbishop José Gomez at the announcement of the campaign.

Since 1987, the foundation has provided $108 million in tuition assistance to Catholic school students in the archdiocese.

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