St. Francis Fund of Felician Services, Inc. 2018-01-12T11:22:53+00:00

The St. Francis Fund of Felician Services, Inc.

Felician Services, Inc., responds to the needs of the time with a preferential option for the poor and marginalized while actively pursuing collaborations and partnerships with Felician and non-Felician ministries.

A Marywood Nursing Care Center resident looks forward to the visit from a St. Mary Child Care Center preschooler participating in the Intergenerational program. (Livonia, MI)

A Marywood Nursing Care Center resident looks forward to the visit from a St. Mary Child Care Center preschooler participating in the Intergenerational program. (Livonia, MI)

FY18 St. Francis Fund Grantees

At its December 19th Board Meeting, the Felician Services Board of Directors accepted the recommendation of the St. Francis Fund Committee and awarded $273,450 in grants to eleven of the sponsored ministries. FY 2018 grant recipients include the following ministries and the programs that will receive awards:
  • Angela Hospice (Livonia, MI)
Improving Quality of Life at the End of Life for Under-served African American Population in Southeast Michigan
  • Angela Spirituality Center (Pomona, CA)
Ending the Game:  A Program to Assist Trafficked Individuals in Pomona, CA
  • Felician Village (Manitowoc, WI)
Fall Prevention and Reduction Program
  • McGuire Memorial (New Brighton, PA)
Activities of Reading Readiness
  • Mooncrest Neighborhood Programs (Moon Township, PA)
Outreach Programs to the Immigrant Population
  • Madonna University (Livonia, MI)
Empowering the Aging Services Workforce
  • Our Lady of the Sacred Heart HS (Coraopolis, PA)
Increasing Accessibility to an OLSH Education
  • St. Felix Centre (Toronto, PA)
Housing Support Program
  • St. Joseph Academy (Milwaukee, WI)
Eighth Grade Student Chromebooks
  • St. Mary Child Care Center & Marywood Nursing Care Center (Livonia, MI)
Intergenerational Program: Project Wonder & Wisdom                                     
The programs awarded demonstrate a commitment to the poor, vulnerable, and marginalized in the communities where the ministries serve.  Mariita Conley, Chair of the St. Francis Fund Committee, noted, “The Committee was gratified to see that the ministries have identified new and positive initiatives to help address unmet and under-served community needs. It was also notable that many of the proposals demonstrate strong collaborations with other community partners.”
Please join us in recognizing and congratulating the FY 2018 grant award recipients. We look forward to the implementation of the programs awarded and the positive impact these programs will have on so many lives. Grant awards will be distributed in June 2018.

For the next funding cycle, the Felician-Sponsored Ministries will have an opportunity to submit grant applications due at the end of October 2018.

FY19 St. Francis Fund of Felician Services application process to open late August 2018

The St. Francis Fund of Felician Services application will commence at the end of August 2018 with applications due the last Friday of October. If the ministry is interested in submitting a proposal, download the FY18 packet to reveal the components involved in preparing a proposal (minor adjustments may be made to the FY19 packet). Any questions about the annual application process can be directed to: stfrancisfund@felicianservices.org.
Review this year’s application process:
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Vision for the St. Francis Fund of Felician Services, Inc.

By receiving a St. Francis Fund Grant, a Felician-Sponsored Ministry can be a catalyst for innovation and positive change. If they receive the grant, ministry leadership can collaborate to empower and sustain the ministry in the Felician Sisters’ heritage.

Mid-Year Accountability Report

When it is time to complete the MID-YEAR ACCOUNTABILITY REPORT, complete this form below or through the link here.
To view a copy of the areas covered on the Mid-Year Accountability Report, please download it here.

Madonna University Nursing Students and Instructors review files to helping vulnerable Detroit populations with healthcare.

Madonna University Nursing Students and Instructors review files to helping vulnerable Detroit populations with healthcare.

 

Winston and the Trash to Treasures program at St. Felix Centre, Toronto.

 

Year-End Accountability Reports

When it is time to complete the YEAR-END ACCOUNTABILITY REPORT, complete this form below or through the link here.
To view a copy of the areas covered on the Year-End Accountability Report, please download it here.