Give & Support NAC's Work
The National Advocacy Center is a beacon of hope in challenging times -- focusing on the needs of the marginalized, especially women and girls. NAC extends the direct service work of Good Shepherd sisters and lay partners to include educational efforts and advocacy on justice issues integral to our shared mission.
National Advocacy Center is there to witness, educate and act ~
transforming society to benefit all.
Your donation will provide support for our educational work in the cause of social justice. For example, this spring NAC is sponsoring our second Human Trafficking Conference in Washington DC. At the conference, we will provide information on best practices, hear firsthand testimony of providers, and discuss legislation being considered to end the scourge of human trafficking.
Additionally, NAC provides education regarding the needs of people living in poverty who lack adequate housing, nutrition, and other basic necessities. And through education, we seek to advance the cause of humane immigration reform.
During such vitriolic times, NAC's voice is needed to offer a faith-filled, compassionate explanation for why every person matters and why every person has dignity.
Act for Justice with NAC. Give today. Thank you.
$ 10.00 Towards a morning muffin and coffee for a workshop participant
$ 20.00 Towards a box lunch and drink for a workshop participant
$ 50.00 To help with supplies
$ 75.00 To help with printing expenses
$ 150.00 Towards hosting a workshop panelist
$ 500.00 To help sponsor a Trafficked woman to give testimony at the Conference
$1,500.00 To help with airfare for Sisters from other countries working with Persons caught in the situation of Trafficking, and possibly for some women in that situation
Ways to Give
Write a check to: The National Advocacy Center of the Sisters of the Good Shepherd.
Mail your check to: The National Advocacy Center of the Sisters of the Good Shepherd, 504 Hexton Hill Road, Silver Spring, MD 20904
Or use PayPal or a credit card - see button below.
Questions? Call us at 301.622.6838 or send an email.
Thank you for bolstering our efforts with your gift.
As St. Mary Euphrasia, the founder of the Sisters of Our Lady of Charity of the Good Shepherd, said, “The gifts…we receive are not for us but for the persons who need our care.”
We appreciate your kindness.