GivingTuesday 2020: A year like none other in challenge, compassion
Our generous collaborators
We called you to act with us on Tuesday, Dec. 1 — GivingTuesday — and you did. At a time when our world was lost in uncertainty and darkness, more than 150 generous collaborators directly empowered FSPA ministries with gifts that total $50,765. The sum of your support is astounding. With you by our side, our mission to affect change across the globe through ministries like Holmen High School's Creating an Inclusive Culture Through Training and Student Empowerment Program, Network in Solidarity with the People of Guatemala and Water for Mpanga is far reaching. Our gratitude ... immeasurable.
Our outstanding matching partners
Your generosity in 2020 was greatly amplified by our matching partners Robertson Ryan & Associates, Brown & Brown of Wisconsin, Hoffman Planning, Design & Construction, Inc., and Oak Ridge Investments. Here's what they have to say about why they joined you in support of FSPA mission.
"Our agency’s support of FSPA goes back several decades and continues to this day. The sisters have consistently demonstrated their desire to help those in need through prayer, grants community fundraisers, education and so much more. Their culture of inclusion, diversity and empathy for those less fortunate inspires us to partner with them in an effort to expand their ability to touch more lives in our community."
Tim Kakuska and Julie Pichler
"Brown & Brown has a long-standing history of dedication to the people and communities in which we live, work, and play. FSPA does a number of positive things in our community and we are proud to partner with them in support of their ministries. With teammates located across the country, we are privileged to uphold FSPA in their mission to affect change across the globe."
Our matching partners at Brown & Brown shared the goodness of GIvingTuesday in November 2018.
"Hoffman is blessed to be working with the Franciscan Sisters of Perpetual Adoration to bring their vision to reality. We look forward to the completion of the building project when all the Sisters are back under one roof, together again. We are honored to be on this journey with them and delighted to be able to give back to them as they have given to so many others through the years."
— Julie Heiberger, religious market leader | senior project architect
Ground was broken in May 2019 by FSPA and Hoffman, partners from the beginning to end of the St. Rose Complex Renovation.
"Oak Ridge is honored to support such a worthy cause!"
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