Loretto Ministry Grants Committee Announces Fall Grants
At Assembly 2018, Loretto approved a resolution making “$100,000 … available … in 2019 and again in 2020 and 2021 for access by Loretto Community members, vowed and co, to support their work that furthers Loretto’s mission.”
The Loretto Ministry Grants Committee decided to hold two rounds of applications for these funds in 2019, one in spring and one in fall. Grants for the following organizations/projects were approved in the fall round:
Belga School of Holy Family Sisters in Guatemala City
St. Anthony High School, Green Town, Pakistan
Loretto Child Care Center (LCCC)
Aid & Service of West Marion County
The Tipi Raisers
Hildegarde House Inc.
Jemez Helping Hands
Marian Middle School
Migrant and Immigrant Community Action Project
Immigrant Freedom Fund of Colorado
The Caring Place
Loretto Heights Convent Cemetery
Loretto Volunteer Fire Department
El Paso Villa Maria
New Pioneers for a Sustainable Future Inc.
Kino Border Initiative
Auditoría Ya! (Public Audit Now!)
Gender Equity and Reconciliation International (GERI)
The Healing Place
The committee continues to be amazed and grateful for the many applications it received. It is encouraging, especially in these challenging times, to know that Loretto is connected with so many groups that are working for justice and acting for peace in so many different ways around the country and around the world. Thank you for all you do, and keep up the good work, Loretto!