Holy Family Day Home provides early childhood education for working parents
In addition to affordable early childhood education, Holy Family Day Home provides family support services
Holy Family Day Home at 299 Dolores Street in San Francisco is a home away from home for over 15,000 children
Since 1878, Holy Family Day Home in the heart of San Francisco’s Mission District has helped children of working parents. Then, as now in many families, both parents work to make ends meet. Holy Family Day home provides a safe place for infants and toddlers, high-quality early education, healthcare, nutrition and family support services.
On May 17, 2012, Elisabeth Pang Fullerton and Patricia Ferrin Loucks chaired a Coming Home Gala and raised some $265,000 for Holy Family Day Home‘s programs and scholarships.
Scenes from the Coming Home Gala at Bimbo’s 365 Club in San Francisco:
Lana Adair, Kate Sheridan Chung, Jessica Kaludis
Holy Family Day Home executive director Donna Cahill (left) and board member Tom Oertli (right) presented a proclamation from San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee to Summer Tompkins Walker, on behalf of Children of Shelters
Margaret Mitchell, Richard Pendergast, Jennifer Fick
Kelly Ferrante and Kaipeng Tan at Bimbo’s 365 Club for the Coming Home Gala
Natasha Monahan, Tracy Skytt and Rebecca Saroyan-Robbins at the Coming Home Gala
Lucy Gorman, Holy Family Day Home President Marie Hurabiell, and Jane von Bothmer
Holy Family Day Home Coming Home Gala Co-chairs Patricia Ferrin Loucks and Elisabeth Pang Fullerton
Michael Kim and Leticia Kim
Event photos by Drew Altizer Photography
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