On June 11, 2021, Ms. Mame Ellis turned 100 years of age. She is a long-time member of the Ladies of Charity at St. Hugh of Grenoble Church in Greenbelt, MD.
A very happy birthday to Lady of Charity, Gloria Cruz!
“…due to COVID-19, we had to think of another creative way to provide support to the community when they needed it the most.”
No grass has grown under the St. Hugh LOC members’ feet during the pandemic.
A long-time volunteer at the Ladies of Charity Thrift Store in Chattanooga is featured on the local news!
Some experts project that one-third of non-profits may fail as a result of Covid-19. The president of one of our Ladies of Charity associations writes, “…we have some challenges ahead, but we are cautiously optimistic.”
Our Pantry Manager, Barbara Glover, came up with the idea of taking the pantry to the clients.
Our Lady of Perpetual Help LOC, Archdiocese of Washington, altered its Christmas Project Giveaway to comply with Covid-19 restrictions while still continuing their 50-year tradition of serving the neediest in the community.
A tremendous group effort by the Vincentian Family made Christmas a little brighter for the residents and staff of Symphony Manor, an Assisted Living facility in Lancaster, NY.