The COVID-19 (Coronavirus) pandemic reminds us how we are all connected as a global community – neighbor to neighbor, and neighbor to God. During these unprecedented times of anxiety and uncertainty, the Sisters of St. Joseph feel called to reach out to our neighbors facing crisis situations as a result of this pandemic with prayerful and financial support.
Because we can’t do this alone, we are turning to you. Won’t you help us as neighbors helping neighbors to meet the urgent needs of our most vulnerable neighbors?
If you are financially able, please consider a gift to:
- Sisters of St. Joseph Neighbors in Need, which directly supports local neighbors who are struggling to meet their basic living expenses, such as utilities, transportation, groceries, or rent.
- Greater Pittsburgh Community Food Bank, which is preparing to provide emergency food to families with school-aged children, seniors with chronic medical conditions, and families with unexpected job losses.
Most importantly, our Sisters are with you in spirit.
Send us prayer intentions for you, your family or our neighbors in need. If you’d like to join our Sisters in prayer, we’ve compiled a selection of prayerful resources that can be downloaded or printed to help us all stay spiritually engaged during this time of uncertainty.
For our neighbors in search of food, transportation, mental health, housing, emergency housing or domestic violence assistance in Beaver or Allegheny County, we’ve started to compile a list of agencies and organizations that may be able to help.
Together, we truly can demonstrate loving God and neighbor without distinction. Thank you for being a neighbor helping your neighbors.