Community Outreach and Spirituality
The Academy of Notre Dame's Parents' Association offers opportunities for community outreach throughout the year. For questions regarding any of the Community Outreach and Spirituality events, please contact Jean Earhart or Peg Crinnion.
Moms In Touch Prayer Group
Our Notre Dame Community comes together to remember in prayer our children, families, teachers and staff. Please join us.
Make Peanut Butter & Jelly Sandwiches for the Patrician Society
We make peanut butter and jelly sandwiches for the Patrician Society of Norristown. All parents are welcome. Please bring along peanut butter, jelly, bread or Ziploc sandwich bags. Coffee and muffins will be served. If you are unable to come, but would like to donate these items, please send them in with your daughter, drop donated items with Mrs. Bowen in Harron lobby or on the Mansion kitchen counter clearly labeled. You can also make individually wrapped sandwiches at home and send them in on the day.
Patrician Society Mother/Daughter Volunteer Opportunity
Enjoy a Notre Dame Mother - Daughter Volunteer afternoon together: Lend a helping hand and join together with a friend and other ND mothers and daughters at the Patrician Society in Norristown. Spend the afternoon benefitting others by helping at the Patrician Society to move bagged goods, unload and separate donated items and fill orders for the needy.
All Saints Liturgy
For entire ND Community and Parents. Refreshments to follow in the Mansion Parlor.
Best Nest Christmas Party with Malvern Prep
Come share in an afternoon of service with Malvern Prep Students by helping with a Christmas Party for 200 children from Best Nest that are affected with HIV/AIDS. Help needed with arts and crafts, face painting, serving snacks, moon bounce, and picture with Santa for the Best Nest children.
Ash Wednesday Liturgy
For entire ND Community and Parents.
iCan Shine Bike Camp
The Academy of Notre Dame hosts this program for for 25 campers July. The mission of iCan Shine is to teach individuals with disabilities to ride a conventional two-wheel bicycle and become lifelong independent riders. This achievement, in turn, creates a gateway of opportunity, helping them gain assurance and self-reliance. This is a week long program and requires 50 volunteers.