A Faith That Does Justice is a volunteer program that depends upon the donations of the time, talent and treasure of its participants.
- Some volunteers offer their time as telephone callers who reach out to our diverse and growing community about our workshops, Community Meetings, and our English for Speakers of Other Languages ministry (ESOL). Some serve as office assistants, or as coordinators and greeters at these same events. And some participate as teachers in our ESOL ministry, or by publicizing our program to socially conscious groups in the Boston area.
- Other volunteers offer talents that help drive the mission of A Faith That Does Justice. These include the input of financial consultants, program developers, accountants, and people from different walks of life who offer direction and insight into possible new avenues of growth for our program to consider.
- Still other volunteers offer their treasure to support and expand our growing program. We need the financial assistance of people of good will as we reach out to more and more of the vulnerable people in our midst. Please know that as a predominantly volunteer organization we have minimal overhead expenses. Consequently, the majority of any offering you make will reach people in need. Just fill out the donation form and follow the user-friendly instructions to make your donation to our work. Alternatively, you may also send a donation by mail to A Faith That Does Justice at the address listed on this website.
Please consider offering some of your time, talent and treasure to the work we have begun. Those who have joined us in this important journey feel a sense of fulfillment and even ownership of the work we are doing on behalf of those in need. It is a beautiful transformation to experience and worthy of your consideration.
Thank you for your interest in A Faith That Does Justice. We hope to see you in the coming weeks and months working alongside us in this exciting venture. We all have something to offer, and together we can work for a justice in which all God’s people can experience the basic human dignity they deserve.
Peter W. Gyves, SJ, MD
Founder and Director