More than 20,000 Daughters of Charity currently work in 91 countries around the world to serve those who are poor, marginalized, and abandoned by addressing basic needs of food, water and shelter, and through their works including health care, HIV/AIDS, migrant and refugee assistance, education, and relief efforts.
About three quarters of the 91 countries served by the Daughters of Charity are poverty-stricken, where needs are vast and resources are severely lacking. The Daughters of Charity International Project Services (DCIPS) is a nonprofit service organization established in 2004 to help the Daughters of Charity who minister in impoverished areas of the world acquire financial resources necessary to initiate projects, build capacity and develop sustainability.
One hundred percent (100%) of all contributions goes directly to programs and services impacting those who are poor, destitute, impoverished, ill, or marginalized.
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