February: American Heart Association

Service has always been a focal point of Catholic education at St. Joseph School - Fullerton. Service to others is one way for our school family to encounter Jesus' presence and further connect with the Lord. 

Principal, Mrs. Christina Ashby, explains, “There will be a designated focus each month of the school year where students, teachers, and faculty come together to help our community.” Students will not only learn about the designated service project, but will also learn the meaningful lesson of why we are helping those in need.

Services Projects 2022-2023

September: First Responders

  • SJS families and friends raised $1,000 gifted to the local BCFD and BCPD through Mission BBQ gift cards.
  • Students created thank you cards that were distributed to first responders who attended the Archbishop's Red & Blue Mass at St. Joseph's Monastery in October

November: Addressing Hunger - Canned Food Drive

  • 1,500 canned food items were donated to the St. Michael/St. Clement Food Pantry

December: Seniors in Our Community

  • For the school's service project this month, students and faculty provided items to make Mugs of Love for Meals on Wheels. More than 100 mugs and goodie bags were assembled to be given to homebound individuals served by Meals on Wheels of Central Maryland. 

January: Addressing Homelessness - Hats/Scarves/Mittens Collection

  • Our Wolfpack showed its generosity through hat, scarf, gloves, and sock donations... enough to fill 26 crates! The items were sent to the Community Assistance Network food pantry.

February: American Heart Association

March: Child Cancer Patients at Johns Hopkins and Local Animal Shelters

  • The SAC (Student Activities Club) and the Send Some Sunshine Club partnered up to spread the love to two very important causes. They created fleece blankets to comfort child cancer patients at Johns Hopkins and animals at the Baltimore Humane Society.

May: Disabled Veterans