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Sign of Hope

***2019 Sign of Hope Kick-off on November 1st***

Sir John Thompson has a wonderful and long tradition of supporting the Sign of Hope campaign. The tradition continues to be strong affording numerous events for all students. 

Below is a picture of our annual Raffle for the Sign of Hope.

Tickets can be purchased at the office 3 for $1 and 20 for $5.  Each prize basket is numbered and you can put your tickets in the raffle boxes in the main office.

Our 2019 Activities include:

  • Sign of Hope Raffle - over 60 prizes! 
  • Facial Hair shaves
  • Floor hockey tournaments
  • Glowfest
  • Krispy Kreme sale
  • Rent-A-Triton
  • Smash-Bro Tournaments
  • Bubble Tea Baristas



Our goal for the 2019 Sign of Hope Campaign is

$3500


In 2018, with the Support of our generous families and sponsors we raised


$6749.02

This brings our total to over $180000 since we have started this tradition!
Letter from Catholic Social Services

Letter of Congratulations to SJT!

Letter from Catholic Social Services.

SJT has supported the Sign of Hope since 1994. The longest tradition of support of any ECSD school!

The funds raised through this campaign are used to operate much-needed programs for children, families and people in need right here in Edmonton and our surrounding communities. 91 cents of every dollar donated to the Sign of Hope goes directly to program services. How is your donation used?

  • 2% helps persons with physical and/or developmental disabilities
  • 3% helps mothers, children, and families affected by Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD)
  • 3% helps seniors who are experiencing abuse or neglect
  • 5% alleviates poverty and homelessness
  • 6% helps street youth
  • 8% provides care and support for women and men living with HIV/AIDS
  • 9% provides housing and social supports to women and their children who are leaving domestic violence and abuse
  • 9% helps persons recovering from drug/alcohol addictions
  • 9% assists New Canadians as they adjust to life in our community
  • 9% provides spiritual life and volunteer services
  • 12% provides in-home supports for families at risk; parent teen mediation; foster care and family capacity support
  • 25% provides individual and family therapeutic counseling services; psycho-educational workshops; and adoption support and referral.