The Vincentian Family Homeless Alliance (FHA) decided to organise webinars to fulfill our goals of building global capacity and facilitating learning opportunities in the Vincentian Family.
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Noel was at home, looking forward to a quiet Christmas with his little dog, Rosie, when he got the crushing news from his landlord — Noel had to leave his home…
For this widow and mother of four living in Mtindu, Tanzania, the Campaign has represented a chance for a new beginning and a better life for herself and her children.
In the Famvin Homeless Alliance, we cannot forget that as we mark St Vincent’s day, yesterday was also the World Day of Migrants and Refugees.
Pope Francis’ words have been inspiring the work of the Famvin Homeless Alliance since its inception four years ago, and they have become even more relevant as the Christian Family celebrates the “Season of Creation.”
After careful consideration, the FHA Team has decided to postpone the Conference to Spring 2022.
Few countries around the world have been battered by natural disasters and History such as Haiti.
Monsignor Robert J Vitillo and Cardinal Czerny will headline the FHA Conference “Accompanying the Journey of a Refugee,” an event that will take place both in Seville (Spain) and online.
The FHA was launched with the goal of ending homelessness, one house at a time. That’s what moved Ana María Escaño in Malitbog (Southern Leyte) in the Philippines, to launch the “Just One House” project.
Vincentians from several branches all over the world joined to listen to our all-women panel explaining how they developed their “13 Houses” projects.
After three years of work, more than 30 families who lost their homes during the Volcán de Fuego eruption in 2018 now have a better and safer place to call home.
Frederic Ozanam once said that “Charity must never look to the past, but always to the future, because the number of its past works is still very small and the present and future miseries that it must alleviate are infinite.”