Grants in Action
The Foundation’s grant recipients are a diverse group of parishes, dioceses and organizations around the world.
The Foundation has awarded grants to more than 2,300 different projects in 121 different countries over the last 35 years. Here are some beautiful stories from some of our grant recipients!
An EWTN ‘Vaticano’ documentary chronicling the work of The Center – A Family of Families, based in Quito, Ecuador, and the people it serves.
An EWTN special documentary chronicling the life and work of the World Villages for Children founder, Fr. Aloysius Schwartz, who despite being diagnosed with ALS, dedicated every moment of his life to serving the poor.
In 2022 a grant for $50,000 was awarded to Bitol Integral Development Association in the Diocese of San Marcos, Guatemala, for the financial assistance to hire three therapists for the Jawel program for children. The three therapists increased the number of patients to be treated, as each...
Mass on November 13, 2022 with all the girls and Sisters of MaryThese words have remained etched in my mind and heart since I returned from our ladies’ pilgrimage to visit Girlstown and Our Lady of Guadalupe Shrine in Mexico. Girlstown, run by the Sisters of Mary, is a live-in school that has over...
Mtendere Mission Hospital is owned by the Diocese of Monze and under the management of the Sisters of Charity providing in-patient and out-patient care. The 134-bed hospital is the only hospital for the surrounding rural area, serving a population of more than 72,000 people.
The Parish of Our Lady of Sorrows is located in Lombard, a town of 21,000 in the north of Haiti. The parish has an active membership of 3,200 and was not affected by the recent earthquake, although the town is sending much needed aid to their Haitian brothers and sisters.
We just received great news from The Daughters of Jesus, one of our 2020 grant recipients in El Salvador City, Philippines, and we had to share it with you!
The Daughters of Jesus were founded in Spain in 1871 for the purpose of educating children and youth, especially women and the poor. The Congregation serves in 19 countries throughout the world.