Catalog of Ministries

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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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Gesu School

Contact: Gesu Development Address 1700 W Thompson St. Philadelphia Pennsylvania 19121 United States Phone: 215-763-9077 Link: http://www.gesuschool.org
Biography

Mission: Gesu School is an independent Catholic school for grades pre-K to 8. Inspired by the Jesuit and IHM traditions of social justice, faith, hope and love, Gesu School strives, without selective admissions, to provide a quality, innovative education for our neighbor children to empower them to break the cycle of poverty and violence.

Girls Incorporated of Delaware (Wilmington, DE)

Contact: Pat Frederico Address 100 W. 10th Street, Suite 403 Wilmington Delaware 19801 United States Phone: (302) 575-1041
Biography

Girls Incorporated of Delaware was founded in 1954 the mission is to encourage girls, boys & families to live balanced and healthy lives. Girls Incorporated of Delaware is an advocate for and provides opportunities for girls & boys to achieve their full potential as equal members of society. The organization helps to preserve and strengthen families through quality education, childcare, and family focused programs. Girls Incorporated of Delaware teaches young people to take responsibility for their behavior and to respect themselves and others.

Global Health Ministry

Contact: Thomas F. White Address 14 Campus Boulevard, Suite 300 Newtown Square Pennsylvania 19073 United States Phone: 610-355-2042 Link: http://www.globalhealthministry.org/
Biography

Global Health Ministry’s mission is to provide cross-cultural healthcare and support healthy community development in underserved communities of Latin America and the Caribbean, while transforming the lives of the volunteer professionals who serve with us.

Global Health Promise

Contact: Brian Willis Address 325 Swanton Way Decatur Georgia 30030 United States Phone: 503-243-5848 Link: http://www.globalhealthpromise.org/
Biography

Our mission is to collaborate with partner organizations to prevent mothers and their children from being trafficked and sexually exploited and to provide comprehensive medical and social services to mothers and children who have been trafficked and exploited.To protect and provide services to trafficked and exploited mothers and their children we:
1.-Conduct research on the factors that result in the trafficking and exploitation of mothers and their children as well as the health impact on them so that evidence-based prevention and service programs can be implemented;
2- Collaborate with partner organizations to provide comprehensive health and social services to trafficked and exploited mothers and their children with the goal of assisting them to find permanent safety, health, and well-being; and
3- Advocate for policies and programs for these mothers and their children.

Good Shepherd Volunteers

Contact: Michele G. Gilfillan Address 337 East 17th Street New York New York 10003 United States Phone: 212-475-4245, ext. 718 Link: http://www.gsvolunteers.org/
Biography

Good Shepherd Volunteers collaborates with the Sisters of the Good Shepherd to provide full-time volunteers with the opportunity to work in social service ministries and to use their God-given talents serving women, adolescents, and children affected by poverty, violence, and neglect. Developing relationships with the marginalized of our world empowers volunteers to grow in knowledge and faith that inspire them to lead lives seeking justice.

Gregorian University Foundation

Contact: Rev. Prof Robert F. O’Toole, S.J. Address 106 West 56th Street New York NY 10019 United States Phone: 212-582-5433 Link: the-gregorian.com Link: video
Biography

The Gregorian University Foundation was established in the United States in 1972 to raise the urgently needed funds for scholarships, academic chairs and professorships, libraries and capital improvements for the Gregorian University Consortium which includes the Pontifical Gregorian University, Pontifical Biblical Institute, and Pontifical Oriental Institute in Rome, Italy. The Gregorian University Consortium educates many of the most promising future leaders for the Church? alumni include over 900 bishops, about 1/3 of all current Cardinals, and 7 of the last 11 Popes. Pope Benedict XVI has confirmed the Gregorian University in its perennial role as a priority among priorities for the Society of Jesus.

Grey Nuns of the Sacret Heart

Contact: Eileen Dickerson, Director of Development Address 14500 Bustleton Avenue Philadelphia Pennsylvania 19116 United States Phone: (215) 968-4236 ext. 102 Link: http://www.greynun.org/
Biography

The Grey Nuns of the Sacred Heart are an apostolic congregation of 85 women religious who strive to create a compassionate world through prayer, ministry and advocacy. As daughters of Marguerite d’Youville, Mother of Universal Charity, we continue her mission:  To be signs of God’s unconditional love for every person. Our overriding concern is that the Gospel be proclaimed to all we meet and serve, especially the poor and needy of our world. We have a preferential love for the materially poor and demonstrate it in our daily life, presence and works by living more simply, working with the poor, sharing our love and abilities and by educating ourselves and others to the responsibility in justice to satisfy the needs of the poor and by acting upon unjust societal conditions.