PRESSMcAULEY MINISTRIES IN THE NEWS
DID YOU KNOW?
Rhode Island is the fifth least charitable state! And yet, 16% of RI’s workforce is non-profit based.
Listen to Executive Director of McAuley Ministries, Barbara Haynes, and Jennifer Remmes, Director of Resource Operations of Untied Way of Rhode Island, speak with radio show host Amy Pontes about celebrating RI’s nonprofits and encouraging a culture of philanthropy in Rhode Island through 401 Gives.
401 Gives Feature with United Way
McAULEY’S PASSION AND IMPACT
“Rhode Island’s McAuley Ministries Cast Its Net Wide To Help Those in Need” by Jim Hummel, April 2018. A 9½ minute video about the work of McAuley Ministries.
The HFP Story
Learn of our dedication to serving healthy meals, our nutrition education programs, and the origins of the Healing Foods Project, developed by Mary M. Flynn, PhD, RD, LDN in conjunction with McAuley House.
Keys to Success
Learn about our successful family-building program at McAuley Village that uses innovative and proven models to move homeless families into self-sufficiency.
JAMESTOWN COMMUNITY FARM
The announcer starts the segment with sound from the Macy’s Day Parade and a reminder of how cold it was on Thanksgiving Day 2018, and then goes on to the feature story about Jamestown Community Farm that includes comments by our Executive Director, Barbara Haynes.
We are grateful to Bob and Linda Sutton and the volunteers from Jamestown Community Farm for donating fresh produce grown without the use of commercial fertilizers and pesticides to McAuley House. We share this bounty with our guests during lunches and for take-home from our food pantry.
McAuley Ministries is an independent nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization sponsored by the Sisters of Mercy and rooted in the ideals of its founder, Catherine McAuley. Our ministries provide the basic needs of food, shelter, clothing, health services, emotional support and guidance, and respect for the most vulnerable in our community through our core values of Hospitality, Compassion, and Dignity.