SSND's Women's Leadership Luncheon will be held during the month of March in Milwaukee, Dallas, St. Louis and St. Paul, and will feature speakers knowledgeable about human trafficking.
2019 Women’s Leadership Luncheons - focus on human trafficking

The Women’s Leadership Luncheons are a way for the School Sisters of Notre Dame to continue to educate women, with an emphasis on leadership. The luncheons are free and bring women leaders and colleagues together to reflect on the integration of the spiritual and professional dimensions of life. In 2019, the luncheons will focus on human trafficking: the causes, who is targeted and what is being done to eradicate it.
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Black and white photo of a women's face showded in mistery. This photo is to represent a survivor of human trafficking
A human trafficking survivor’s story

Often the word victim is used when describing someone who has been freed from human trafficking. However, most “victims” would prefer to be known as survivors. Emmy, a survivor of human trafficking, is making an impact in her community through her 501(c)(3) organization.
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Janice Taulli-Lasseigne reviwing tombstones at the Chatawa Cemetery. Photo by Tina Convington.
SSND associates nicknamed the “The Cemetery Girls”

The cemetery in Chatawa, Mississippi, is a community cemetery shared by the School Sisters of Notre Dame (SSND) and local residents. The cemetery dates back 150 years. Two SSND associates have deepened their relationship with the congregation and are giving back to the community through their cemetery project.
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Image of a red ribbon shaped into a heart laying on top of a bible verse

Sister Anna Marie Reha, Provincial Council member, reflects on the meaning of Valentine’s Day. Love, sacrifice and commitment - let us love generously, abundantly and open-heartedly.

2019 Women's Leadership Luncheon graphic for Human Trafficking

Join us in St. Paul, Minnesota, for the Women’s Leadership Luncheon featuring Suzanne Koepplinger, who will present, “The Moon is Always Full: Phases of Leadership in the Fight Against Human Trafficking.”

Polish Dancers, simple smokey red ribbon designed across a white background. Public Domain Picture: Red ribbon background
Save the date: Polish Celebration

Save the date for the Milwaukee Signature Event: Polish Celebration being held on Saturday, May 4, 2019.

S. Mary Paul Holdmeyer and a Notre Dame High School student pose for a photo.
Make a gift of stock

By donating stock that has appreciated for more than a year, you are actually giving 20 percent more than if you sold the stock and then made a cash donation. When you donate stock to SSND, your tax deduction is often for the full fair market value.


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