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Create a Legacy

Endowed tribute funds within the school’s endowment may be established as a way to create your personal legacy. An individual’s lifespan is limited, but Saint Francis will continue to educate students for generations to come. Through an endowed tribute fund, you can forever link your name, that of a family member or someone you admire, to Saint Francis High School and its rich heritage.

By establishing an endowed tribute fund, you can open doors to life-changing opportunities that may otherwise have been out of reach for students in financial need. Help provide a Saint Francis education to deserving students who are eager to learn, think, grow, challenge and dream. Through your gift, you would be investing in tomorrow’s leaders and thinkers.

A Solid Investment

An endowed tribute fund is designed to be a long-term commitment with a minimum contribution of $10,000 to begin distributing aid in the tribute’s name. For an endowed tribute fund to perpetually support a student's full tuition each year, the market value needs to reach $400,000. It may take many years to reach your desired level, but you or anyone else may add to its principal at any time.

If you'd like to create your own endowed tribute funds, please contact Mike Speckman.

Existing Endowed Tribute Funds

Below are just a few of the more than 400 tribute funds already established as part of the endowment. These funds are valued at $10,000 and more.

Make a gift to one of these funds

  • Mark and Maureen Adams Family
  • Angelo and Patti Aguiar
  • Anthony C. Andrighetto '09
  • Shelly Barsanti
  • Gino Barsanti
  • Michael '80 and Michelle Barsanti Family
  • Jean J. Berry
  • James E. Blaise '75
  • Frank and Anita Callero
  • Mary Lou Campi
  • Madeline Juliana and Margaret Sue Cannon
  • Thomas G. Casey
  • John Chasuk '74
  • Eduardo and Evelyn Coli
  • Bobbie and Lucy Cowley
  • Cunningham Family
  • Aldo and Norma DeMaestri
  • Nicholas L. Dillingham '04
  • John J. Donohoe
  • Linda Vanni Dowling '66
  • Sam and Pauline Ferrara
  • Robert and Nadine Franceschini
  • Charles and Mildred Gagliasso
  • Horace F. Greeley '66
  • Warren Gummow
  • Lino and Alice Guslani
  • Haughey Family
  • Pete L. Hinojosa '83
  • Ben and Terry Hurley
  • Br, Fisher Iwasko, C.S.C.
  • Nicolas B. Juarez
  • Sowmya Kesanupalli
  • Allen W. Koering
  • B&E Kohn
  • Nan Komo
  • Gerald Krakauer
  • Lyman Family
  • Kevin and Joan Makley
  • Francis J. Makley
  • Brian '91 and Robert '93 Malcolm
  • Patricia S. Malcolm
  • Captain Matthew Patrick Manoukian '01
  • Andre Matkovic
  • McLaughlin Family Trust
  • Arthur J. and Janice M. Micheletti
  • Danna Mitchell-Carter
  • Peter M. Morey '86
  • Justin M. Osborne '99
  • Sandra M. Panontin '77
  • J/J Petricciani Foundation
  • Ronald Prioste '78
  • Que-Andrada Foundation
  • Tom and Sheila Quinn
  • Dianne Ravizza
  • Erica Reynolds '95
  • Br. Sam Robin C.S.C.
  • Jean L. Santora
  • Br. Eamon Schaeffer, C.S.C.
  • Joe Schram
  • Rajesh and Preeti Sharma Family
  • Mary M. Siri
  • Br. Patrick Sopher, C.S.C.
  • Steven and Catherine Jacob '67 HC Family Foundation
  • Lynn Tuite
  • Tom Tuite
  • Robert Urban
  • Vaughan Family
  • Sherril Walker
  • Rev. Ambrose Wheeler, C.S.C.
  • Steven D. Wilson '98
  • Steven Yamamoto

Questions?

Mike Speckman
Director of Endowment & Planned Giving 
mikespeckman@sfhs.com
650-210-2426

Aurea DeFranco '84
Associate Development Director
aureadefranco@sfhs.com
650-968-1212, ext. 282

Greg Calcagno '83
Alumni Director
gregcalcagno@sfhs.com
650-210-2437

Anna Quinones
Annual Fund Manager 
annaquinones@sfhs.com
650-394-6372

Helen Solinski
Major Gifts Officer
helensolinski@sfhs.com
650-964-6371


Saint Francis High School is a 501(c)3 tax-exempt nonprofit organization.

Federal Tax ID# 94-1337628