Sponsors St. Martin of Tours in Amityville, St. Patrick School in Bay Shore
Uniondale, N.Y. — Tomorrow’s Hope Foundation has received a multi-year financial commitment from Sun Buick GMC Inc. It's President, Patrick Cassino, will participate in the THF Adopt-A-School Program by supporting St. Martin of Tours School in Amityville as well as providing the funds to upgrade the technology lab at St. Patrick School in Bay Shore.
“Patrick, through his corporate sponsorship from Sun Buick, continues to be an angel to Tomorrow’s Hope and the children entrusted to us,” said Ismini Scouras, Executive Director of Tomorrow’s Hope Foundation, a non-profit organization that raises funds for tuition assistance and the programmatic needs of Long Island’s Catholic elementary schools and its students. “Tomorrow’s Hope relies on the generosity of donors like Patrick who believe in the importance of a Catholic education for the future of our children.”
Cassino is a long-time benefactor to Tomorrow’s Hope and a champion of Catholic education on Long Island. In early 2017, Cassino approached Tomorrow’s Hope to make a difference in a Catholic elementary school in one of the more diverse communities on Long Island. With a $50,000 donation, Cassino sponsored Our Lady of Providence in Central Islip - now Our Lady of Guadalupe - through the Foundation’s Adopt-A-School program, one of its signature fundraising initiatives. Adopt-A-School donations subsidize the cost of tuition assistance and equipment enhancements, and is aimed at giving members of the community the opportunity to partner with their local Catholic schools.
“It is so important that we give back to our Long Island community, especially to enhance and improve the lives of our children” Cassino said. "For many of them, Tomorrow's Hope and the Catholic school system represent the best path they have to succeed through adulthood. I believe in the mission of Tomorrow’s Hope and respect the work that they are doing.”
The mission of Tomorrow’s Hope Foundation is to ensure the excellence as well as the continuance of Catholic Schools on Long Island by increasing awareness and by providing scholarship and program funding for the needs of students and schools