The diocese said that donation, alongside that from new corporate and individual donors, will mean nearly $20 million in tuition assistance for Catholic school students in the diocese over the next five years. The diocese also said an anonymous donor agreed to continue funding of the St. Pope John Paul II Tuition Opportunity Partnership for an additional five years.
Lindy Paving of New Galilee, Beaver County, will undertake parking lot sealing, restriping, and other repairs at St. Bernard, Divine Redeemer School in Ford City, Mother of Sorrows School in Murrysville, and schools in North Huntingdon Township, New Kensington and Connellsville.
The diocese also received $300,000 in gifted capital project donations from Lindy Paving, Golden Triangle Construction and Arch Masonry.
Arch Masonry of Pittsburgh is undertaking masonry, cleaning and repair work at Christ the Divine Teacher School in Latrobe, Mother of Sorrows, high schools in Connellsville and Greensburg and other elementary schools in Belle Vernon, Greensburg and New Kensington.
The diocese also received pro bono legal help from attorney John Goetz and the Jones Day law firm of Pittsburgh.
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