An Evening of Resilience
We hope you will join us (virtually!) for Cristo Rey’s Evening of Resilience on Monday, November 16th at 7PM. In lieu of our annual Access to Success dinner, an experience that we would be hard pressed to recreate online, we are excited to be celebrating the success of our community in a different way. Since the launch of our Resilience Fund, we have raised close to $2 million for our students - and we think that is a success worth celebrating. An Evening of Resilience will be an incredible opportunity to bring together our friends, partners, donors, volunteers, students, and alumni who have so generously supported our school during these last few months. Join us online to hear from a few members of our community and learn how they are staying resilient this year.
Registration for this virtual event is free of charge. Click here to learn more.
This fall, as temperatures start to drop and the coronavirus continues to affect so many struggling communities in New York, our juniors wanted to do something to help. As part of their Christian Service Hours, they are teaming up with two long-time Cristo Rey celebrities (Sister Jude and Sister Janice) to make a difference.
Every Friday at 4:00pm, Sisters Jude and Janice lead a crusade of compassion around the Bronx to share with those experiencing homelessness a sandwich, some water, some snacks, and some hope. Small groups of students have been joining them, donning masks and gloves, to do their part. While they have the option to complete their service hours online through a variety of different programs, these students wanted to go the extra mile and bring some nourishment to their neighborhoods on these “Hope Walks.” Check out a photo of one group below!
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Of our 1,024 graduates have enrolled in college