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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Handmaids of the Sacred Heart of Jesus, U.S. Province

Contact: Sr. Belen Escauriaza, ACJ Address 616 Coopertown Road Haverford Pennsylvania 19041 United States Phone: 610-642-5715 ext 15 Link:

The mission of the Handmaids of the Sacred Heart of Jesus is Reparation. As Eucharistic women, we work with Christ to bring healing to people’s hearts and peace to their relationships with God, with one another, and with creation. The core values that define a Handmaid are Joy, Hospitality, Simplicity, Humility, and Compassion. In 1877 Saint Raphaela Mary described the mission of the Handmaids as “Love of Christ in the Eucharist and the concern of His Heart for the salvation of all.”

Healing the Culture

Contact: Camille Pauley, President Address 605 2nd Street, Suite 218 Snohomish Washington 98290 United States Phone: 360-243-3811 Link:

Healing the Culture is a national organization that develops and implements unique educational resources and programs designed to bring about deep, authentic, and permanent conversions to the pro-life position among K-12 students, college and university students, and adults.Our flagship program is Principles and Choices, a 7-12 grade curriculum that helps students master the principles of logic, ethics, and justice that lead to pro-life convictions, and inspires young people to live with purpose and moral integrity. Changing people’s hearts and minds about abortion and euthanasia takes more than bumper stickers, photographs, and 30 second ads. While those approaches are very important and they all help toward the overall goal, they aren’t effective at rooting out the destructive attitudes and beliefs that many people have absorbed from an unhealthy culture that has been chipping away at their souls for years.If we want to reorient people’s entire lives towards the principles that lead to pro-life convictions and effect a permanent culture-wide change, we must patiently work with people to first see and embrace fundamental and universal principles of truth, ethics, and justice. And finally, we must help them consistently apply those principles to the life issues.

Health and Education for Haiti

Contact: Mike Goggin Address 16929 Briardale Road Derwood Maryland 20855 United States Phone: 202-277-4447 Link:

Health and Education for Haiti is a 501 (c)(3) whose mission is to work collaboratively with the Haitian people to address their critical needs, especially those related to health and education. We structure our work into four program areas: medical, education, infrastructure, and basic needs. We work in collaboration with the local Haitian leadership to address the most critical needs in their communities. we work primarily in the Grande-Anse province in Haiti, and its capital city of Jeremie, which have historically been underserved by both the Haitian Government and other Non-Government Organizations (NGOs)

Heart of Camden, Inc. (Camden, NJ)

Contact: Sr. Peg Hynes, SSJ Address 1742 Ferry Ave. Camden New Jersey 8104 United States Phone: (856) 966-1212

The mission of the Heart of Camden is community and human development through affordable housing. To accomplish this mission, the Heart of Camden obtains dwellings and renovates them with the

Heritage Harbour Health Group, Inc. (Annapolis, MD)

Contact: Maeve S. Ostrowski, RN, C, MS Address 802 Compass Way, Suite 3 Annapolis Maryland 21401 United States Phone: 410-224-5683 Link:

Heritage Harbour Health Group’s mission is to provide a safe, comfortable and warmly welcoming facility for frail elders or those senior citizens requiring recuperation support by offering short-term help for one to 30 days. Weary family members and caregivers may take the opportunity to see to their own social and health care needs. They may seek this rest secure in the knowledge that their elderly relatives or friends are being cared for with regard to their dignity and health care needs in a small, homelike residence dedicated exclusively to them.

High Hopes for Haiti (Baltimore, MD)

Contact: Dr. Rodrique Mortel Address 800 N 3rd St, Suite 409 Harrisburg PA 17102 United States Phone: 888-355-6065 Link:

Our mission is to serve the economically, socially, and intellectually deprived people of Haiti. We establish, operate and maintain a variety of educational programs, having determined that empowering people with education is the most effective means to achieve a self-sufficient and productive life.


Holy Cross Academy

Contact: Sr. Susan Louise Eder, OSFS Address 250 Stafford Lakes Parkway Fredericksburg Virginia 22406 United States Phone: 540-286-1600 Link:

At Holy Cross Academy, we are guided by the spirit of Saint Francis de Sales as we dedicate ourselves to:
-Create an atmosphere of prayer and reliance on our Father
-Spread the message of Jesus in our families and our community by treating all persons with respect and showing reverence for the gift of God in each one
-Build up our Spirit-filled faith community within Saint Mary of the Immaculate Conception Parish
-Serve the needy in our local community and in the Missions through an awareness of our global responsibility to all humanity
-Develop the whole child: spiritually, emotionally, academically and physically
-Promote academic excellence by challenging all our students to recognize their gifts and fulfill their God-given potential

Holy Cross School

Contact: Philip Belt, Development Director Address 631 South State Street Dover Delaware 19901 United States Phone: (302) 674-5787 x 113 Link:

The mission of Holy Cross School is to provide a Christ-centered Roman Catholic educational experience in a caring and respectful environment that nurtures spiritual, intellectual, and moral growth within a supportive Christian Community.

Holy Family Hospital of Bethlehem (Bethlehem, West Bank)

Contact: Kristen W. Porter Address c/o Order of Malta, 1730 M Street NW, Suite 403 Washington District of Columbia 20036 United States Phone: 202-331-2494 Link:

Holy Family Hospital, the Order of Malta’s obstetrical hospital in Bethlehem in the place where the Lord Jesus was born, strives to provide the best medical care possible to the mothers and newborn babies in the region—particularly the poorest and the most vulnerable. Holy Family Hospital treats all needy mothers and babies regardless of religious affiliation or ability to pay.

Holy Family Institute

Contact: Sr. Linda Yankoski, CSFN Address 8325 Ohio River Boulevard Pittsburgh Pennsylvania 15202 United States Phone: 412-766-9020, ext. 201

In the rich tradition of Catholic social teaching and rooted in the heritage of the Sisters of the Holy Family of Nazareth, we empower children and families to lead responsible lives and develop healthy relationships built on faith, hope, and love.

Holy Family University (Philadelphia, PA)

Contact: Sister Francesca Onley, CSFN, Ph.D. Address Grant and Frankford Avenues Philadelphia PA 19114 United States Phone: 215-637-3191 Link:

Holy Family University, sponsored by the Sisters of the Holy Family of Nazareth, is a small, coeducational, Catholic university that witnesses to the dignity of the human person, the oneness of the human family, and the values of the Judeo-Christian tradition as revealed in the life and teachings of Jesus Christ. Holy Family University educates men and women intellectually and morally to assume their responsibilities toward God, themselves, and society.


Holy Names Academy (Seattle, WA)

Contact: Ms. Elizabeth Swift, Principal Address 728 21st Avenue East Seattle WA 98112 United States Phone: 206-323-4272 Link:

Holy Names Academy, the oldest continually operating school in the State of Washington, was founded by the Congregation of the Sisters of the Holy Names of Jesus and Mary on November 9, 1880. The Academy seeks to prepare educated women for a life, which proclaims the love of God for the human person. Instructed in an atmosphere which fosters the formation of a conscious ethical stance, young women who graduate from the Academy will discover the power that is theirs to direct their lives in peace, justice and mercy: a manner befitting those whose faith inspires others.


Holy Names Music Center (Spokane, WA)

Contact: Dr. Judith Myers, Director Address 3910 West Custer Drive Spokane WA 99224 United States Phone: 509-326-9516 Link:

Holy Names Music Center, the Inland Northwest’s community music school, provides high quality instruction and performance opportunities in the musical arts to all regardless of age, ability, income level or ethnic origin. Founded on the belief that music is an innate and indispensable form of human expression and development, the Music Center offers exceptional opportunities for the enrichment of students, their families, musicians and music educators within the context of mutual effort and cooperation.


Hope For A Healthier Humanity

Contact: Mary Healey-Sedutto, Executive Director Address 7428 Convair Drive Alexandria Virginia 22306-2210 United States Link:

To improve the quality of medical, dental and nursing care provided throughout Latin America, instituting programs which will allow for sustainable change in health education and institutional policies.

Human Life International

Contact: Teri Tolpa Address 4 Family Life Lane Front Royal Virginia 22630 United States Phone: 540-635-7884 Link:

The Mission of HLI is to create effective opposition to the culture of death around the world. HLI is the largest international pro-life organization in the world. It has worked in more than 100 countries. HLI believes the specific concerns and needs of local communities can be best identified by those who live there. Thus, our world headquarters, located in Front Royal, Virginia, is an educational apostolate devoted to empowering our international leaders and the people they serve. In fulfilling this mission, we strive to train, organize and equip pro-life leaders around the world. While we are completely faithful to the Holy Father and the Magisterium, we are also ecumenical and work with people of all faiths to advance the cause of life.