The Conrad N. Hilton Fund For Sisters
DescriptionFounded by the well-known hotelier, Hilton established his Fund for Sisters in 1986 to support the apostolic work of Roman Catholic Sisters around the world to help disadvantaged and vulnerable people. International grants support projects that address alternative energy, anti-trafficking services, educational and empowerment programs/communications, environmental issues affecting the quality of life, healthcare, safe water, food, and agriculture, and services to immigrants, refugees, and persons without housing. Domestic grants support anti-trafficking services, alternative energy, communication, empowerment programs, environmental issues affecting the quality of life, literacy, and services to immigrants, refugees, and persons without housing. Eligible requests must be led by a vowed member of a women's religious congregation that is officially recognized by the Roman Catholic Church's office of the Congregation for Institutes of Consecrated Life and Societies of Apostolic Life and has completed the ad experimentum period. Visit the Web site for additional information on how to qualify and application instructions.
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