CATHOLIC SISTERS INTER-CONGREGATIONAL NETWORK FOR MIGRANTS AND ECONOMIC EMPOWERMENT: BUILDING INTER-CONGREGATIONAL AND INTER-MINISTRIES’ CAPACITY TO SERVE COMMUNITIES
The project’s mission is to develop effective and sustainable inter-congregational and inter-ministerial capacity to respond to the urgent and emerging needs of our impoverished communities in the United States and Mexico.
Today, we are happy to share with you the list of proposals supported by the CCVI-CSI Hilton project:
- Visitation House
- Presentation Ministry
- UDEM Kimakul
- UDEM Universidad de Barrios
- UDEM CESADE
- Estancia Infantil Vasco de Quiroga
- Center for Women in Church and Society OLLU & CDP
- Voluntariado Mexico 2022. Hospitalidad y Solidaridad
- COPS/ Metro
- Fortalecimiento institucional Casanicolás
- Sembrando Hoy Cosechando Mañana A.C.
- Inter-congregational Immigrant and Refugee Ministry at the Border
- Proyecto Salesiano
- Inter-Congregational Initial Formation: Justice Experience on the Border
- GRM 2022 Renewal Proposal for Asylum-Seekers in Mexico – Global Response Management
- Scalabrinianas Misión con Migrantes y Refugiados – SMR
The Sisters want to thanks all the people who shared their gifts during the Big Give 2021.
On December 27, 2020, the U.S. Government enacted a second stimulus package in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. This new stimulus package extends many of the charitable giving provisions outlined in the original CARES ACT signed in March 2020.
Donor-advised funds (DAF) are the fastest-growing charitable giving vehicle in the United States because they are one of the easiest and most tax-advantageous ways to give to charity.
As an emergency response to the unprecedented need caused by COVID-19, Giving Tuesday Now is a new global day of giving and unity. This year it took place on May 5th, 2020.
In these exceptional times, of social distance and quarantine, the Sisters have not stood still. In the face of the reality we live in, the Sisters have put their hands to work, or rather, threads to their sewing machines.
During the month of April, Peru experienced one of the most destructive floods in its history. More than 100 people were killed and over 1,000 were wounded. It is estimated that close to 700,000 families lost their homes.