You can become our angel too.
We feed the hungry, comfort the grieving, shelter the homeless and pray for those in need. Our sisters are guardian angels for many people needing support. When you support our sisters, you become an angel too.
Donate to the Sisters of St. Francis on #GivingTuesday, November 28 and join us in being a blessing in the lives of the people we serve.
To those experiencing homelessness, Sister Bea is an angel. Your donation to our Sisters of St. Francis makes you our angel too!
You see them in Hawaii’s parks and on the beaches – the makeshift shelters of the islands’ ever-growing population of people experiencing homelessness. Each week, Sister Bea Tom and volunteers from Our Lady of Kea‘au retreat center in Waianae serve nearly 400 meals to these individuals and provide them with transitional shelter. Give now and help Sister Bea as she gives help to people experiencing homelessness.
At S.O.M.E (So Others May Eat), Sister Joette Ebert prepares food for the homeless in Washington D.C., and she distributes food to low income persons from the food pantry. Give now and help Sister Joette restore hope and dignity one meal at a time.
To the Deaf and those who work with them, Sister Conchetta is an angel. Your donation to our Sisters of St. Francis makes you our angel too!
In her classes at Hilbert College in Hamburg, New York, Sister Conchetta LoPresti teaches American Sign Language to those who work with the Deaf. As an interpreter at Masses in Resurrection Church in Cheektowaga, she brings the Gospel and the weekly homily to the Deaf. Now she is developing a curriculum for teaching sign language to Deaf refugees so they can become successful United States citizens. Give now and help Sister Conchetta assist the Deaf.
Buffalo, New York attracts hundreds of refugees seeking asylum in Canada and the U.S. Sister Rose Ann Reichlin teaches them English so they can better adapt to American culture, find jobs, and become self-sufficient and productive individuals. Give now and help Sister Rose Ann be a blessing to refugees.
To those who are dying, Sister Eileen is an angel. Your donation to our Sisters of St. Francis makes you our angel too!
Sister Eileen Derrick uses her gift of music to comfort the sick and dying. In hospital rooms and at Francis House in Syracuse, her harp calms and soothes the sick and the terminally ill. “The healing power of music is amazing” says Sister Eileen. Give now and help Sister Eileen give hope to the sick and dying.
With a soft voice and a gentle touch, certified veterinary assistant Sister Mede Hutchinson gives compassionate care for sick pets and hope to the humans who love them. Give now and help Sister Mede be a blessing to God’s creatures.
To her students, Sister Laurita is an angel. Your donation to our Sisters of St. Francis makes you our angel too!
School is no fun when you’re struggling to keep up with your classmates or dealing with emotional issues. As the head of academic intervention services at St. Rose of Lima School in North Syracuse, Sister Laurita Kelly helps students who are falling behind academically or who need emotional support. Give now and help Sister Laurita give hope to students.
Sister Alice Dunlop is bereavement coordinator for Celtic Hospice (part of Allegheny Health Network). She supports family members who are experiencing one of life’s most painful times. Give now and help Sister Alice comfort others at a time of great loss.
To those in need of compassionate mental health care, Sister James Ann is an angel. Your donation to our Sisters of St. Francis makes you our angel too!
As president of Crosskeys Human Services, Sister James Ann Germuska offers mental health services to the residents of Pennsylvania’s Fayette County. Sister James Ann brings hope to countless adults served through residential and day programs, social rehabilitation, supportive housing and two senior center programs. “I love dealing with mental health,” says Sister James Ann. “It’s where my heart is.” Give now and help Sister James Ann give hope to individuals struggling with mental illness.
Sister Suzanne Susany’s law practice is dedicated to working with immigrants. From unaccompanied minors to adults facing deportation, Sister Suzanne offers legal support and dignity to those who have left their home country. Give today and help Sister Suzanne support immigrants who lack the means to work through the immigration system.