Conrad N. Hilton Foundation support

Conrad N. Hilton Foundation support

2020 & 2014 grants


Conrad N. Hilton Foundation grant to NRVC in 2020

The National Religious Vocation Conference (NRVC) is pleased to announce that a generous grant recently received from the Conrad N. Hilton Foundation Catholic Sisters Initiative will support ongoing efforts toward the achievement of two major objectives from its 2019-2023 strategic plan.

The first objective is to create sustainable solutions to challenges in the organizational structure and financial model needed to build for the future of NRVC in its leadership, mission, and vision. The NRVC Board and staff will commit to operational and strategic decision-making criteria to integrate the new team leadership model for its national Board and staff with standards of accountability in its Articles of Incorporation, Constitution, Bylaws, Board Manual, and Member Area Coordinator Binder.

The second objective is to continue to offer lifelong formation and education for Catholic sisters that fosters spiritual renewal and leadership skill-building. As part of the grant, the NRVC invited 35 newer entrants, 61 elected congregational leaders, and 10 collaborators to its bi-ennial Convocation in October 2020. In additiona, 51 Abundant Hope videos were recorded by newer entrants on how they experience intercultural and intergenerational vowed life. 

Through the Conrad N. Hilton grant, the NRVC is extending invitations to members of the following collaborating organizations to participate in Summer and Fall Institute workshops: Association of Latin American Missionary Sisters, Giving Voice, National Black Sisters Conference, and the National Conference of Vicars for Religious. 

For more information about the Conrad N. Hilton Foundation grant, please email Sister Deborah Borneman, SS.C.M. at debbiesscm@nrvc.net.

 

Conrad N. Hilton Foundation support for NRVC 2014-2016

The National Religious Vocation Conference is delighted to announce that the board of directors of the Conrad N. Hilton Foundation has awarded NRVC a $2 million dollar grant to continue to build the organization’s capacity and sustainability. This generous grant will provide NRVC with additional personnel, the ability to create an effective development program, resources for the Year of Consecrated Life, and other important vocation-promotion services over the next three years (2014-16).  Further details are here.  

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Published on: 2014-06-19

Updated on: 2020-05-19


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