Today is a global day of giving called Giving Tuesday. This first Tuesday after Thanksgiving kicks off the charitable season.
We’d love for you to join the movement by donating to a project that will help White Violet Center for Eco-Justice, a ministry of the Sisters of Providence, expand their reach of getting certified organic vegetables grown at Saint Mary-of-the-Woods, Indiana, to restaurants, grocery stores, caterers and college food service programs throughout Indiana. The staff, interns and volunteers are already delivering on a small scale, but they want to grow! Continue reading
Have you ever had an article of clothing that long ago had served its purpose, but you just couldn’t bear to part with it? How about a fuchsia-colored, plastic folder? Well, probably not … but that’s what I can hardly Continue Reading »
Last year, Sister Patty Fillenwarth was quite pleased that the Providence Family Services annual rummage sale cracked $6,000 in proceeds. However, she couldn’t be happier with the results of this year’s sale, which took place at Maternity of the Blessed Continue Reading »
Imagine what it would be like coming to a new country, trying to make a better life for yourself and for your children. Imagine how difficult that would be if everyone around you spoke a language you did not know. Because of your support, Providence in the Desert enables a parent to speak confidently to her child’s teacher. A grandmother can understand what her doctor tells her about her health. A laborer can understand the people he works for, allowing him a better job. Continue reading
Automatic monthly giving, store rewards programs, amazon rewards, sharing about the Sisters of Providence with others. There are lots of ways you can give to the Sisters of Providence that you may have not ever considered. Continue reading
The party was going strong, but Marianne was not there! I inquired and was told that she was out in the courtyard. Were we ever surprised and pleased that just at that moment Marianne was being presented with a pocket watch belonging to her aunt, Sister of Providence Marion Celeste Bisch. Continue reading