FADICA's Catholic Social Innovation in the Global Refugee Crisis is receiving national and international attention for identifying 64 projects that are Catholic and socially-innovative in the field of refugee and migrant work and ministry. See press coverage including this article by the National Catholic Reporter.
Congratulations to Karla Delgado,FADICA’s student employee from Don Bosco Cristo Rey High School and participant in FADICA’s Philanthropy Leadership Intern Program (PhLIP), for recently receiving first honors in academics and excelling at her Corporate Work Study placement at FADICA.
Mark your calendars for FADICA's Annual Membership Meeting & Symposium to be held in Clearwater Beach, FL from Thursday, February 8 through Saturday, February 10. Members can look for registration soon!
FADICA held its Fall Symposium and Member Retreat in Washington DC, October 11 – 12, 2017. Leading and Learning: Catholic Philanthropy and Public-Private Partnerships examined the impact of public-private partnerships in Catholic philanthropy as it relates to diverse topics such as Catholic education, international relief, human trafficking, poverty, economic development, and more.
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