St Joseph Community Partnership Fund’s Commitment to Communities Affected by March Tornados Last week, tornadoes across Mississippi and Alabama killed at least 32 people and completely devastated the town of Rolling Fork, Mississippi. Many other areas in multiple states were also hit. Through our commitment to tornado relief and to respond in times of crisis,
St. Joseph Community Partnership Fund Matches Contributions The death toll in Turkey and Syria in the aftermath of the devasting earthquakes has surpassed 50,000 people. The rescue has shifted to recovery, and the damage and displacement will continue. In an initial response to the earthquakes, St. Joseph Community Partnership Fund made grants totaling $200,000 to Catholic Relief
Our dear neighbors in Turkey and Syria are suffering in the wake of an astonishing earthquake and subsequent aftershocks that impacted hundreds of thousands of people. To help provide immediate relief and long-time assistance for communities affected by this disaster, St. Joseph Community Partnership Fund on behalf of Providence is supporting Catholic Relief Services (CRS) and Center for Disaster Philanthropy (CDP), two well-established
Honoring St. Joseph’s Day by Elevating the Voices of Our Community The St. Joseph Community Partnership Fund (SJCPF) addresses the root causes of inequitable systems, focusing on capacity building, education, housing, and disaster relief and resilience. Committed to caring for the “dear neighbor” without distinction, especially the economically poor and vulnerable, we partner with workers in
In this e-news edition, we discuss Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage (AAPI) Month, the At-Risk Housing Coalition (ARHC), and the Work2BeWell (W2BW) mental health and wellness program.
In this e-news edition, we discuss the neighborhoods participating in our Community Building Initiative (CBI), our 35th Anniversary, and the launch of our St. Joseph the Worker award.
In this e-news edition, we discuss our Emergency Food and Shelter Initiative (EFSI), food insecurity assistance, and continued COVID-19 relief through our Community Resilience and Recovery Initiative (CRRI).