We at Holy Cross Ministries seek to continually innovate and improve our programs and services for the poor and marginalized especially with regard to basic human needs. We provide health, education and justice services in collaboration with partners, donors, volunteers, grantors, and the Sisters of the Holy Cross, to ensure that the needs of the most vulnerable among us do not go overlooked.
Why We Do It
Holy Cross Ministries exists because of the need for compassionate, high quality service in the community, and we are committed to addressing this need far into the future. We believe that everyone – regardless of their background, income, ethnicity, or any other characteristic – deserves a bright future. As a non profit organization, we have a long history of bringing critical services to the underserved to help make sure that happens.
How You Can Help
No one is turned away from Holy Cross Ministries because they can’t afford our services. Your support is critical in helping us continue serving those in need. Any amount that you can contribute helps sustain a broad network of support for the individuals and families we serve and helps us create more just, compassionate, sustainable and inclusive communities at large.
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