The powerful tropical cyclone Batsirai hit Madagascar on Saturday February 5, 2022 in the evening with gusts at 146 mph, causing significant and widespread damage.
International Association of Charities
The Claire and Jean Delva Prize is intended to support the initiatives of local volunteers that are intended to prevent and/or combat violence against women.
On Thursday, October 28, the Vincentian Family at the UN presented a Parallel Event of Urban October, “What Happens When People Have Housing? Better City—Better Life.”
This side event will include and amplify the voices of individuals and families who have experienced homelessness and poverty, and their suggestions for “Better City, Better Life.”
The AIC May newsletter reports on the actions that AIC volunteers continue to carry out all over the world, despite the global pandemic.
Here we interview Mrs. Alicia Duhne, International President of the International Association of Charities (AIC).
by Famvin Media Resources | Aug 21, 2016 | Formation, International Association of Charities - Ladies of Charity
It was in Châtillon-les-Dombes, a small French village, that St. Vincent created on August 23, 1617 the first of the “Confraternities,” later called “Charities.” This was the nucleus from which stemmed the AIC (known in the United States as Ladies of Charity). Watch...
So many things to celebrate…. December 8 marks not only the Feast of the Immaculate Conception but also…
Part 2 of the video “AIC: Journey from 1617 to Today” is now available. This section focuses on the dedicated women of charity in various countries around the world. A six-minute combined version (Parts 1 and 2 together) can be found here.
Sister Françoise Petit, Daughter of Charity, member of the International Council and Spiritual Advisor for AIC, recently had the chance to visit the Daughters of Charity in Lebanon Syria. Her account of the trip appeared on the international website of the AIC. “Our...
by John Freund, CM | Sep 15, 2013 | International Association of Charities - Ladies of Charity, Vincentian Family
The Ladies of Charity-AIC is well represented in the UK with groups in Abbey Wood, Bexley, Darlington, Glasgow and Mill Hill. "They are part of the 200,000 strong International group begun in 1617 by St Vincent De Paul under the title of the Confraternities Charity...