Agencies Fund Distribution & Their Websites

The Annual Good Friday Walk supports programs which provide food security to help the hungry and homeless, both here in Rhode Island and overseas.  The following agencies received funding in recent years and have been involved in the Good Friday Walk for Hunger over the years:

Local Ministries

Open Table…Project Outreach- http://www.projectoutreachri.org

SVDP St. Joseph’s ( Newport)

Good Neighbors  http://www.goodneighborsri.org

St. Anthony’s (Providence)

Mary House/St Patrick  http://www.maryhouseri.org

McAuley Village  http://www.mcauleyri.org

McAuley House  http://www.mcauleyri.org

Olneyville Food Center

People’s Baptist Church

SPNM

PICA (Downtown Food Pantry) http://www.ripica.org

Sophia Academy  http://sophia-academy.org

St. Michael’s Social Ministry

SVDP—St Anthony’s Church


 

International Ministries

Casa Corazon – Honduras

Holy Union Sisters – Haiti

Ministry to the Elderly – Belize

Missionary Sisters ICM—Guatemala

 

How funding is used for one of our many overseas grant recipients

 
Casa Corazon de la Misericordia (Heart of Mercy House) is a home in San Pedro Sula, Honduras, for orphaned and abandoned children with HIV/AIDS,  Children and accepted with regard to race, ethnicity, gender or religion.  Casa Corazón provides children with all the ingredients for a happy childhood – food, shelter, medical care, education and most of all, love.  At the home we endeavor to help our children to develop emotionally, socially and spiritually and to educate them so that they may reach their full potential.  We meet each child’s special medical needs with antiviral drugs and other needed meds, regular medical exams and lab testing – all of this along with a healthy dose of prayers, love and attention.
 
 Casa Corazón de la Misericordia, a 501 (c) (3) organization, was established by the Sisters of Mercy of the Americas, a religious order of women committed to the service of those who are poor, those who are sick and the uneducated, especially women and children.
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