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2016

#GivingTuesday

On Tuesday, November 29 the philanthropic and nonprofit community celebrated #GivingTuesday, the social media initiative inspiring generosity and collaborative giving amidst holiday shopping. ...

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Fresh Look + New Resources from Healey Education Foundation

Healey Education Foundation has launched a beautiful new logo and website.  ...

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170 Combined Years of Catholic Philanthropy!

Congratulations and blessings upon FADICA members who recently celebrated anniversaries: ...

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Joyful Congratulations to FADICA Members!

FADICA Emeritus Board Chair Denny Hattler of the Loyola Foundation will received the Saint Katharine Drexel Award on November 4 from SOAR! (Support Our Aging Religious). Denny was the founding Chair of SOAR!, which celebrates 30 years this year. FADICA Board Member Patrick McGrory of the Raskob Foundation received the Ignatius Award November 10 from the Saint Joseph's University Alumni Association. The award recognizes a graduate from within the past 20 years who has devoted efforts in the service and promotion of Saint Joseph’s University and/or has lived a life of “service to others” consistent with the principles of Saint Ignatius Loyola, founder of the Jesuit order. ...

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Praying for Hurricane Matthew + Resources from Catholic Organizations

FADICA joins in prayer with all those suffering from the impact of Hurricane Matthew across the Caribbean, including Cuba, the Dominican Republic, Haiti, Jamaica, the Bahamas, and now the shores of the continental United States. ...

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Upcoming Events

FALL SYMPOSIUM & RETREAT OCT. 11 - 12, 2017 | WASHINGTON, D.C. ...

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Special Report: Post-Ebola Health Network Support

In 2015, FADICA published the report A Call to Impact and Solidarity in the Wake of Ebola. ...

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Racial Justice in Milwaukee

FADICA member The Erica P. John Fund's commitment to social and racial justice in Milwaukee demonstrates solidarity in one of the cities shaken last year by a fatal police shooting and subsequent unrest and protests. In the 1980s, Erica and Harry John and a group of parents spearheaded the re-opening of Messmer Catholic High School, located right on the dividing line between historically segregated North and South Milwaukee. Today, Messmer is an oasis for students from under-resourced urban communities. The high school boasts a culture of experimental and effective approaches, linked with strong spirituality and a vibrant campus ministry that integrates Catholic social teaching. The school is also graced with a beautiful chapel and accompanying spiritual art donated by the Fund, and houses a theater and a robust dramatic arts program. The Johns were involved and supportive of the civil rights movement in Milwaukee, long before civil rights laws were passed under President Lyndon Johnson...

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Catholic Sisters: America's Admiration and Misperceptions

Recent research released by the Hilton Foundation finds that 72% of Americans hold Catholic sisters in high regard, yet have limited understanding of their life and work. The newly launched Sister to All campaign distills the research for use on social media and traditional news outlets. Discover more about Americans' perceptions of Catholic sisters by visiting the Sisters to All website and using #SisterToAll, to promote greater understanding of the vitality and impact of women religious in our Church and society. ...

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Member Spotlight: Specialty Family Foundation

In preparation for the 2017 Annual Membership Meeting in Santa Monica, we will feature FADICA's Southern California members serving on the Host Committee. ...

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Celebrating Arts, Leadership and Excellence

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Sr. Joyce Meyer, PBVM and Catholic Sisters Recognized for Humanitarian Work Worldwide

Medicines for Humanity (MFH) presented Sr. Joyce Meyer, PBVM with the 2015 Humanitarian of the Year Award last month in Boston. ...

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Ebola Recovery Continues: West African Solidarity Fund

In August 2014, the World Health Organization categorized the Ebola epidemic as a public health emergency of international and grave concern. Today, although media attention and the immediate crisis have subsided, urgent recovery continues in the wake of Ebola for all of society and for the Catholic Church in West Africa as it rebuilds its health networks. ...

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SOAR! Founders' Grants Applications Due March 15th

FADICA joins with Support Our Aging Religious (SOAR!) in spreading the word about SOAR!'s special 30th anniversary year Founders' Grants. ...

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Happy 40th Anniversary FADICA!

FADICA kicked-off its 40th anniversary and a year of programming at its 40th Annual Membership Meeting and Symposium in Coral Gables, FL on January 27th.  ...

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FADICA Member Attends Global Christian Forum Conference on Discrimination, Persecution, and Martyrdom: Following Christ Together Consultation Resources

Tirana, Albania - FADICA member Andrea Hattler Bramson of The Loyola Foundation represented both organizations as part of the Vatican delegation to the Global Christian Forum’s conference on discrimination and persecution of Christian communities around the world. ...

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Solidarity and Mercy Lead to Peace

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