For the past 30 years, the Ministries Foundation has been supporting and promoting the programs of the Sisters’ of St. Joseph that provide education services to immigrants and refugees, develop women leaders through social justice and works of service, provide health care to those without access, and nurture spiritual seekers.
These programs empower individuals to educate themselves and their families, escape dangerous situations, seek necessary and affordable healthcare, and to advocate for justice in their communities.
Today their programs reach more than 15,000 people in the Twin Cities annually, many of whom live on the margins of society and who have few other resources to turn to for help.
That’s where you come in.
The Sisters' Programs
ST. MARY’S HEALTH CLINICS
Free healthcare and health education to those without access.
LEARNING IN STYLE SCHOOL
Quality education in English, math, computer and citizenship to adult immigrants and refugees.
THE JUSTICE COMMISSION
Working for policy change, rooted in the belief that justice is the responsibility of the community and individual.
SARAHS… AN OASIS FOR WOMEN
A home for immigrant women healing from trauma, where they can begin new and productive lives.
THE ST. JOSEPH WORKER PROGRAM
Empowers young women committed to social change through real-life experiences, leadership skills, and spirituality.
WISDOM WAYS CENTER FOR SPIRITUALITY
A place for seekers of all faiths to explore the spiritual dimensions of contemporary life.