Celebrating 25 Years
As Mary's Pence begins to celebrate its 25th year, we look back in awe and gratitude for the many simple acts which have coalesced into a movement. We are grateful to former staffers, Karen Flotte and Sheila Daly, who have teamed up to coordinate our efforts. Mary's Pence is digging into the archives, reconnecting with our earliest roots, collecting the stories never told, and sharing them all with you.
Because, of course, you are a part of our story.
Let's celebrate, together!
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Category Archives: Grantees
by Pat Rogucki, Mary’s Pence Board Member In November of 2012, Mary’s Pence had a booth and sponsored a panel at Call To Action in Louisville, KY. In addition to the work, we were treated to illustrious and learned speakers, … Continue reading
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The following post is from Jean Ann Sekerak, Managing Director for Mission Effectiveness & Strategic Initiatives IPM : It started ten years ago with a group of women who shared a common vision. A group of women in Zaragoza, El … Continue reading
I can’t remember how or when I first heard about Mary’s Pence, but I know I fell in love with it immediately. I loved the idea of an organization designed specifically to serve the needs of women, particularly impoverished women. … Continue reading