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.
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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.”
The Vincentian Family in Ecuador is a great example of Vincentian collaboration, with 9 branches working together to serve the poorest of the poor.
55 people from eight families are now living in the first houses of the “Mitso Esperanza – Villa San Vicente de Paúl”, the St Vincent de Paul Village in Puerto Eten, Peru.
Meet Cecilia, the first beneficiary of the 13 Houses Campaign effort of the Vincentian Family in Nigeria.
Mihaela used to go to sleep worrying that the house would fall on her and her family.
“We used to live in a basement, unhealthy, without the right conditions, we were suffering, mostly for our child.”
Vincentians have opened and blessed 94 houses in Cardiff, New South Wales (NSW) Australia.
Celebrations in the “Charité” Santa Luisa in Turin have been incredibly significant.
Homeless people exist. Calling them by their name is a question of humanity and fraternity, recognizing them with an ID and personal documents means building a healthy, united, open and creative society.
The Famvin Homeless Alliance (FHA) has reached three years working with the poorest of the poor and the homeless.
Our friends feel welcomed, cared for and loved. This is relevant.