Catalog of Ministries

Catalog of Ministries

Catalog of Ministries

Our catalog is continually growing. It is provided here to help inform and inspire you to become engaged in philanthropy. Our hope is that you will get involved. The rewards will be great.
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If you wish to make an individual contribution to any organization in our catalog of ministries, please contact the organization directly. The catalog below can be searched by name, sorted by category or browsed alphabetically.

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Daughters of Charity International Project Services (DCIPS)

Contact: Sister Mary Louise Stubbs, DC Address 18000 W. 9 Mile Road, Suite 550 Southfield Michigan 48075 United States Phone: 248-331-4676 Phone: 248-331-4681 Link:

Daughters of Charity International Project Services (DCIPS)
was established to help the Sisters in developing countries to carry out their mission of service to those who are poor.
DCIPS facilitates international funding and other resources, and develops relationships that support Daughter of Charity projects that minimize human suffering and foster sustainable solutions to global poverty
at the local level.
June 23, 2011

De La Salle Blackfeet School

Contact: Br. Dale Mooney Address PO Box 1489, 201 1st St NW Browning Montana 59417-1489 United States Phone: 406-338-5290 Link:

De La Salle Blackfeet School is committed to providing a quality, innovative and faith-based education to empower its students to become successful learners and able participants in the shaping of their community.

DeMatha Catholic High School

Contact: Tommy Paolucci Address 4313 Madison Street Hyattsville Maryland 20781 United States Phone: 240-764-2211 Link:

Mission: DeMatha Catholic High School is a college preparatory institution dedicated for young men in the Trinitarian tradition. DeMatha’s historic and ongoing mission is to serve students of differing abilities, interests, and backgrounds from the culturally rich and diverse greater Washington Metropolitan area. Faculty and staff work to help young men develop a way of life characterized by attention to scholarship, dedication to moral principles, devotion to hard work, and the awareness of the need to serve others. Through a broad-based and rigorous curriculum, numerous opportunities for spiritual growth, a wide range of co-curricular opportunities, and a comprehensive service program, DeMatha cultivates a respect for other people that finds it most complete expression in students who become gentlemen and scholars.

Depaul USA. Inc

Contact: Charles W Levesque, Executive Director Address 5725 Sprague Street Philadelphia Pennsylvania 19138 United States Phone: 312-282-8953 Link:

Depaul USA’s mission is to offer homeless and disadvantaged people the opportunity to fulfill their potential and move towards an independent and positive future. Everyone should have a place to call home and a stake in their community. The strategic goal of Depaul USA is to develop its services into a national response to homelessness. Depaul USA now has programs in four cities, Philadelphia, Macon, GA, New Orleans and St. Louis, that service over 2,000 homeless men and women through resource centers, individuals case management, transitional housing, permanent supportive housing and respite care. Depaul USA embraces the Vincentian Values that espouse: taking action; serving the poorest of the poor; being non-judgmental; being innovative; and taking risks.

Discalced Carmelite Friars of the Province of St Therese of Oklahoma

Contact: Susana Cantu Address 906 Kentucky Ave San Antonio Texas 78201 United States Phone: 210-735-9126 Link:

The Discalced Carmelite Friars of the Province of St. Therese are a community of men-priests and religious brothers-serving the Church through a life of contemplative prayer. In our apostolic work, we also strive to foster growth in the spiritual life, helping women and men to grow in friendship with God and with neighbor.

Disciples of the Lord Jesus Christ

Contact: Sister Rita D’Souza, DLJC Address P.O.Box 64 Prayer Town Texas 79010-0064 United States Phone: 806-355-3552 Link:

The Disciples of the Lord Jesus Christ is a Franciscan Religious community. Called to witness to the Gospel, they seek to draw all people into a personal relationship with Jesus through the transforming power and gifts of the Holy Spirit. This flows from a deep life of prayer, praise and on-going conversion in loving commitment to one another.

Dismas Ministry

Contact: Ron Zeilinger Address PO Box 070363 Milwaukee Wisconsin 53207 United States Phone: 414-977-5064 Link:

Dismas Ministry is a national Catholic prison outreach, providing free Bible and faith resources to Catholic inmates in US state and federal prisons, and to the chaplains and prison ministries who serve them.
Its mission also includes victim awareness and promotion of restorative justice.

Dominican College

Contact: Joseph Valenti Address 470 Western Highway Orangeburg NY 10962 United States Phone: 845-848-7400 Link:

The aim of Dominican College is to promote educational excellence, leadership, and service in an environment characterized by respect for the individual and concern for the community and its needs. Founded by the Dominican Sisters of Blauvelt, the College is an independent institution of higher learning, Catholic in origin and heritage. In the Dominican tradition, it fosters the active, shared pursuit of truth and embodies an ideal of education rooted in the values of reflective understanding and compassionate involvement.

Committed to building its programs upon a strong foundation in the liberal arts and sciences, the College maintains a student-centered climate and serves a diverse community of students in undergraduate and graduate programs. The college empowers this community of learners to excel, lead and serve with integrity and to engage responsibly in the pursuit of a more just, ethical and sustainable world.

Dominican College is dedicated to the principle that its educational programs and services must be both challenging and supportive, distinguished both by high standards and by attention to the needs and potential of the individual student. Affirmed and engaged by these standards and values, graduates are prepared for purposeful lives and for the careers and professions they choose to pursue.

Dominican Home Health Agency, Inc.

Contact: Gigi Stewart Address 2501 Gaylord St Denver Colorado 80205 United States Phone: 303-322-1413 ext 12 Link:

Mission Statement: To provide quality nursing care and related services to the sick in their homes. We give priority to the poor, foster the integrity of family life and assist the elderly and chronically ill to stay at home. We provide these services without regard to the origin, creed or other status of the individual. We will protect the life of all people. We are prepared to adapt to the changing needs of the community and those we serve.

Dominican Literacy Center, Aurora

Contact: Sr. Kathleen Ryan, OP Address 260 Vermont Street Aurora Illinois 60505-3100 United States Phone: 630-898-4636 Link:

The mission of the Dominican Literacy Center is to provide opportunities for women to receive individual tutoring in reading, writing and speaking English. Our mission also includes providing citizenship classes for women and men who are studying to become new U.S. citizens. We provide these opportunities through individual tutoring by trained volunteers within the neighborhood setting. The Dominican Literacy Center believes in empowerment through education, and in the dignity of each individual person.

Dominican Youth Movement USA

Contact: Sister Gina Fleming, OP Address 555 Albany Avenue Amityville New York 11701 United States Phone: 631-842-6000 x 308 Link:

The Dominican Youth Movement USA connects today’s youth and young adults to the Dominican tradition
of preaching and the participant’s own call to preach. Through our programs and workshops that
offer a time, place, and context for establishing impactful relations, we build faith and
strengthen their commitment to God, community, family, preaching, social, justice and the Dominican

The Dominican Youth Movement USA reinforces and expands the Dominican Charism to Christian youth
and young adults; creating future leaders of the Church who will preach the Good News as they
share, explore, and integrate their faith with family, community and the world.

Values Statement:
At the core of Dominican Life are the Dominican values of prayer, study, community and ministry.
Dominican Youth Movement USA guides our youth and young adults through our values:
• Prayer- the heart of a spiritual life.
• Study-understanding that truth is never complete and there is always more to know and
• Community- staying connected to God, our individual lives and the world around us.
• Ministry- integrating a life of service with a life of faith, preaching through word and action.

Donnelly College

Contact: Monsignor Stuart W Swetland S.T.D Address 608 N 18th Street Kansas City Kansas 66102 United States Phone: 913-621-8746 Link:

Mission: Donnelly College is a Catholic institution of higher education that seeks to continue the mission of Jesus Christ in our time by making the love of God tangible in our world. Specifically, the mission of Donnelly College is to provide education and community services with personal concern for the needs and abilities of each student, especially those who might not otherwise be served.

Drexel Newman Center

Contact: Patrick Travers Address 111 S. 38th St. Philadelphia PA 19104 United States Phone: 267-787-5000 Link:

“We are an apostolic Catholic community entrusted to Mary, working with the university community and families to live a full Christian Life as missionary disciples through encountering Christ, growing in their faith and their reconciliation with God and themselves, and sending them to serve, from one heart to another.”

Durham Nativity School (Durham, NC)

Contact: Ms. Tina Sherman, Director of Development Address P. O. Box 3537 Durham NC 27702 United States Phone: 919-680-3790 Link:

The mission of Durham Nativity School (DNS) is based on the highly successful model of other Nativity network schools ( across the country û to help break the cycle of poverty through a quality middle school education that will help empower each child to reach their potential. DNS is committed to providing an academically rigorous academic program to
socio-economically and disadvantaged boys who might not otherwise have access to such quality education.

The school provides the boys with emotional, social, moral and intellectual support through small classes and an extended school day and school year. Our faculty works to help our students become young men ready for the rigors of college preparatory high schools and, eventually, colleges.