Your donation to the Sisters of Providence helps bring God's loving plans to God's people through “works of love, mercy and justice.”
With your cash or stock donation today, you are supporting sisters who are retired or ill, and persons who are poor, elderly and marginalized, and who receive care, services and education by individual sisters and Sisters of Providence ministries and programs.
Your donation enables us to serve.
Sister Rose Chiu serves adults who are elderly, disabled, and poor in Taiwan. A day care serves those clients as well as those suffering from memory loss.
Sister Dorothy helps meet the social service, health and other personal needs of the families in West Terre Haute.
Sister Editha works with women who are interested in becoming Catholic sisters. The SPs continue to have new women join the congregation, ensuring the mission of the SPs and your donations grow strong into the future.
Sisters Paula and Jan inspire people to grow spiritually with individual and group faith-filled programs and retreats. People of all faith traditions are encouraged and strengthened by these offerings.
Sister Jean Fuqua benefits from the SP Retirement Fund, while we continue to benefit from her volunteer services as Clinical Care Office clerical assistant, the flower and environment caretaker of St. Joseph's Lake and her weekly assistance at Providence Food Pantry, West Terre Haute.
Thank you for your generosity.
No matter the size of your donation, your gift is a blessing to those in need. And, be assured – you and your personal intentions are remembered daily in the prayers of the sisters. Every month, you are also remembered by the Congregation during Eucharist Liturgy in the Church of the Immaculate Conception.
On June 2, the general officers of the Sisters of Providence hosted our annual Saint Mother Theodore Dinner, an evening which honors all our benefactors and allows us to express our gratitude for their gifts of time, prayer, skills, expertise and resources. You can read more about the 2018 Queen Amelia, Sarah and Joseph Thralls…Read More