Mary’s Pence is a small organization with a big vision.
We want women in the Americas who live in poverty to have a say and a hand in how poverty can be alleviated and social equity achieved.
We fund women in North, Central and South America and the Caribbean.
We do this because everything we have in excess belongs to the poor. It is theirs.
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Tag Archives: Empowerment
by Pat Rogucki, Board Member Isabel Calderón taught me what it means to live life unafraid and with a deep sense of determination. During the civil war in El Salvador in the 1980s Isabel survived bombs that rained down on … Continue reading
Six years ago, with the support of our donors, we launched a unique and successful community lending program. As you know, since then we’ve grown to 9 women’s groups in 6 countries, with over 700 women participating. We’re excited about … Continue reading
“The Sun” Magazine Features Former Mary’s Pence Board Member, Sr. Louise Akers and Her Views on Female Empowerment
A recent article in the November 2013 edition of The Sun, spotlights Sr. Louise Akers, of the Sisters of Charity and a former board member of Mary’s Pence (1997-1999). Sr. Louise has most recently made headlines for being “silenced” by … Continue reading
This is Part 2 of my posts about my experience at the Mary’s Pence ESPERA Gathering (“Encuentro”) earlier this year. Click here to read Part 1. On the second day of the Encuentro, we were ready to delve into the … Continue reading