Charitable Giving

San Francisco de Asis Catholic School operates with an annual budget that is the result of a collaborative process, emphasizing faithful stewardship.

San Francisco de Asis Catholic School strives for advancement through communications, marketing, enrollment management, and development.

San Francisco de Asis Catholic School greatly appreciates your financial support.

  • Outright Gifts - Gifts of cash, checks, property and securities are welcome to support the cost of school operations.
  • Matching Gifts - There are many employers who have matching gift programs which can leverage to multiply the benefits of your contribution.  Ask your employer if they have a matching gift program.
  • ScholarshipThe need for additional funds above and beyond what Catholic Education Arizona provides continues to grow.  Donors may designate contributions to help families in need of tuition assistance and families who are in need of uniform assistance.
  • Planned Giving - Planned gifts include estate plans, charitable trusts, gift annuities and bequests. This type of gifting can offer tax advantages and allow you to maximize your giving potential.
  • Endowment Fund - A contribution to San Francisco de Asis Catholic School Endowment Fund is an excellent opportunity to contribute to the long term support of our school. 

Please contact the School Office (928)779-1337 for more information

about Charitable Giving.


Hannah Tesch

Memorial Scholarship


Hannah was a person full of love and life.  She started strong, walking at 7 months old. It was much easier to catch the cat if she was up and walking/running.  She could also keep up with her sister better.   She loved animals and from the time she in preschool she was going to be a zoo veterinarian.  Hannah had a horse that she was training to be a jumper.  He was a thoroughbred race horse.    He had an attitude and Hannah worked hard with him.  Hannah was an artist with awards from regional art shows including one from the county fair through St. Mary’s School.  She was a writer and received high praise from her teachers. Hannah was a musician.  She took piano lessons and had music in her soul, but she hated the piano.  So she switched to the drums and loved it. She was always an A student and was a member of the National Honor Society as well as a member of her high school student council.  She was a speed reader.  Mom remembers reading a new Harry Potter book silently with her.  When Mom reached the 2nd page and got about 1/3 into it, Hannah had already became very irritated because she was ready to turn the page. Hannah continued reading ahead of her mom and finished the book the next day!

Hannah lived a special life that came and went in too short of a time.  But we are reminded by her “Blessed are the Pure in Heart they shall see God”

If you would like to make a donation to the Hannah Tesch Memorial Scholarship please send a check to SFdA School and write HTMS in the memo line.