In the spring newsletter, read about the 35th anniversary of SOAR!, virtual events, notes of thanks, and more! Read the newsletter.
In the winter newsletter, you can read about the the Rapid Response grant program, virtual events, notes of thanks and more! Read the newsletter.
In the summer newsletter, you can read about the grants SOAR! awarded this year, the Rapid Response grant program, and how SOAR! events are going virtual! Read the newsletter.
SOAR! is pleased to announce the 2020 grant awardees!
The SOAR! board of directors approved $1.3 million in grants to assist aging Catholic Sisters, Brothers and Priests.
]Support Our Aging Religious (SOAR!) announced four new board members joined the board of directors: John McCauley, Mary Lynn Shanahan, Lucas Swanepoel and retired Vice Adm. Mat Winter. Support Our Aging Religious is a nonprofit dedicated to helping congregations of Catholic sisters, brothers and priests care for their aging members. Mr. McCauley, of Washington, D.C., [[…]
WASHINGTON – Support Our Aging Religious (SOAR!) has initiated a grant program to support communities of Catholic Sisters, Brothers and Priests affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. The new COVID-19 Rapid Response Grant Program is funded by the generosity of the Conrad N. Hilton Foundation and the support of SOAR! donors. This program is set up to help SOAR! quickly provide funds to address the [[…]
In the spring 2020 newsletter, you can read about our newest staff member, how religious inspire us to be our best selves, and more. Read the newsletter.
In the winter 2019 newsletter, you can read why donors support SOAR!, see photos from our recent awards dinners, and learn how, because of you, SOAR! continues its mission. Read the newsletter.
WASHINGTON — Support Our Aging Religious — SOAR! — honored Dr. Carolyn Woo and United Bank at its 33rd annual Awards Dinner in Washington on Nov. 1. The gala, held at the Embassy of Italy, is a major fundraiser for SOAR!, which provides grants to religious congregations to meet the immediate needs of their retired and infirm [[…]