For Ignatian volunteers, experience makes the difference

For Ignatian volunteers, experience makes the difference

Volunteers are the lifeblood of nonprofit organizations, but the constant cycle of recruiting, scheduling and orienting newcomers can be a challenge to forward momentum. Similarly, for many individuals seeking to donate their time and talent, it’s not enough to fill a slot on a schedule; they long to contribute in meaningful ways.

For when I was hungry…

For when I was hungry…

In the midst of the civic unrest and anxiety about the coronavirus, we can lose sight of the ongoing crisis of food insecurity. Defined as...
Prodigal Sons and Their Safe Haven

Prodigal Sons and Their Safe Haven

by Robin Cuddy The most recent Department of Housing and Urban Development report on homelessness, published in 2015, estimated that about...