Spring 2017 Gospel Fund Grantees

Learn about the Gospel Fund program.

Meet our March grantees:

  • Camp Umoja, Towson, MD

    • $4,285 to purchase supplies for academy program, arts &crafts, swimming classes and snacks

  • Caroline Center, Baltimore, MD

    • $4,740 to procure and install 2 Bottle Filling Stations for the Center for the women in training as a means of education on water issues and sustainability

  • Center for Youth Emancipation & Development, Democratic Republic of the Congo

    • $5,000 to buy goats and guinea-pigs; to hire a veterinarian/educator to train parents

  • Comboni Secondary School, Jubay, South Sudan

    • $2,500 to purchase food for the students and teachers

  • Daughters of St. Paul, Juba, South Sudan

    • $2,500 to obtain resources-books, CDs, and DVDs for 18 religious local communities

  • Honduras Accompaniment Project, Honduras, Central America

    • $5,000 to support staff time and travel expenses for the work of education, outreach and advocacy to build support for the Bertha Caceres Human Rights in Honduras Act

  • Mother Seton Academy, Baltimore, MD

    • $5,000 to fund retreats-lodging, meals, transportation-for students and their families

  • Notre Dame of Maryland University School of Education, Baltimore, MD

    • $4,125 to finance travel & lodging for University teachers to enhance teacher training in Haiti

  • Office of Human Dignity 7 Solidarity-Immigration Ministry, Chicago, IL

    • $5,000 to support two Regional Cluster Reps. who train parish pastoral agents working with immigrant families on documentation and advoacy

  • Pilgrim Ministries, Lithuania

    • $4,560 to fund General Chapter expense for Sisters of the Eucharistic Jesus: technology, printed materials, travel, and facilitation

  • Rochester Refugee Outreach, Rochester, NY

    • $2,500 to provide secondary school tuition for refugee student

  • SSND Educational Center, Woodhaven, NY

  • $2,600 to purchase books, metro-cards for students, and technical assistance

  • St. Thomas Moore, Baltimore, MD

    • $5,000 to award tuition grants to Catholic elementary and secondary schools

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