Monthly Stop Trafficking newsletter
The Sisters of Charity-Halifax have been committed to making a difference through water projects for many years. Here’s just one example.
Sister Donna Geernaert, Congregational Leader, was invited to participate in a Circle of Reconciliation, at the Truth & Reconciliation Commission’s national event in Halifax. Click here for her text.
S. Nuala Kenny was co-chair and presenter at the Trauma and Transformation: The Catholic Church and the Sexual Abuse Crisis conference.
We Sisters of Charity-Halifax accept the Gospel challenge to be a prophetic congregation.
Our corporate stance on water, human trafficking and debt.
We’re taking action in many ways to help End Poverty 2015. Are you?
This issue highlights the exploitation of foreign students in US labour settings and offers examples of how businesses work to stop trafficking.
BCA Holdings Limited Located in Sydney, Nova Scotia, the organization is run by volunteers and focuses on raising funds for local business development. Hundreds of jobs have been created with funds raised. Boston Community Loan Fund With a mission of building healthy communities where low-income people live and work, the Fund invests in businesses that [...]
Many of our Sisters work with partners to make real change locally and globally.