Seed funding for volunteer projects

Seed funding for volunteer projects

"From Service to Sisterhood" giving monies

Volunteer Cecilia Cuesta worked at the Santa Teresita Medical Center as part of the Serving with Sisters program of the Carmelite Sisters of the Most Sacred Heart of Los Angeles. (Photo courtesy of the Carmelite Sisters of the Most Sacred Heart.)

The initiative to encourage young women to volunteer with Catholic sisters—"From Service to Sisterhood"—has seed money available for women's communities interested in offering such opportunities.

Learn more at From Service to Sisterhood, a project of Catholic Volunteer Network.

Also, read about how volunteering affects the vocational understanding of men and women volunteers in HORIZON: "The vocation impact of full-time volunteering" and "How we nurture vocations among our volunteer teachers."



This article has no comments or are under review. Be the first to leave a comment.

Please Log-in to comment this article

National Catholic Youth Conference ...
NRVC members representing 50 religious institutes will be participating at NCYC! ...  More
Telling Our Stories ...
Cynthia Krohn will present this workshop on December 2, 2017 in ...  More
November newsletter ...
Executive director posts mini videos and provides an update. Free shipping ...  More
HORIZON ...
Community living is one of the top two reasons people join ...  More
World Day of Prayer for ...
In 1997, Pope Saint John Paul II instituted a day of ...  More
"All are vocation ministers" ...
In this Global Sisters Report article, Sister Sharon Dillon, SSJ-TOSF encourages ...  More
NRVC Member Area

CONNECT WITH NRVC

November 2017

National Vocation Awareness Week

November 5-11, 2018

FREE Postage for all Resources for Members!

NRVC at NCYC

November 16-18: Indianapolis

 NRVC Offices closed

Noon on November 22-7:00 a.m. November 27

SUPPORT NRVC

Iamnrvc
Renew your NRVC membership