CATHOLIC SISTERS INTER-CONGREGATIONAL NETWORK FOR MIGRANTS AND ECONOMIC EMPOWERMENT: BUILDING INTER-CONGREGATIONAL AND INTER-MINISTRIES’ CAPACITY TO SERVE COMMUNITIES
Tag: Conrad N. Hilton Foundation
The Sisters of the Incarnate Word invest Hilton Foundation Funds in Ministries and Congregations in México and the U.S.
San Antonio, Texas, December 2022—The Sisters of Charity of the Incarnate Word (CCVI) are known as great servant leaders around the world. With a $1.8 million grant from the Conrad N. Hilton Foundation, the Catholic Sisters Inter-Congregational Network for Migrants and Economic Empowerment of Youth and Families project (CCVI-CSI Project), CCVI is expanding its leadership in serving the neediest of communities through the formation of far-reaching networks to strengthen healthcare, educational, family support, and agricultural/artisanal ministries serving migrant and impoverished communities through interministerial and intercongregational partnerships as well as alliances with non-profit organizations and donors in the US and Mexico. CCVI-CSI sponsored and funded projects are creating new networks to build stronger bonds among congregations doing similar work, such potable water, domestic violence and community health. They are building individual, organizational and community capacity to implement and grow local programs as well as teaching program administration topics, like conflict resolution, positive language use, marketing, and basic financial skills.
Catholic Sisters Inter-Congregational Network for migrants and the economic empowerment of youth and families project
We have great and excellent news that we want to share with you. Last May, the Board of Directors of the Conrad N. Hilton Foundation approved an application for support made by our Congregation for our Catholic Sisters Inter-Congregational Network for migrants and the economic empowerment of youth and families project.
The Congregation of Sisters of Charity of the Incarnate Word and the Conrad N. Hilton Foundation are working together on an initiative that aims to develop the leadership skills of the Catholic Sisters in Mexico.