In a world battling pandemic, plague and poverty, you can make a powerful difference.
You can help bring to our brothers and sisters in need
the precious gift of hope — and life!
When you give to CNEWA, you are giving care and compassion. You help support religious sisters, lay volunteers and priests who are bringing dignity and healing to so many who are battling chronic illness, disease, and physical and mental challenges. You can give them the tools to win.
Syria: Bring Health Care to Syria’s Sick
CNEWA supports the Health Care program that provides access to medical care for thousands of sick and disadvantaged Syrians...
Help Armenia Through a Hard Winter
Armenia has been hit especially hard on two fronts from COVID-19 and from a surge in families fleeing the escalating violence.
Ethiopia: The “School of Life”
Ethiopia, home to more than 80 ethnic groups, is facing mounting political and interethnic tensions. Universities, which are designed to bring together youth from Ethiopia’s…
Help Where the Need is Greatest
With so many projects and needs, it is sometimes difficult to discern where to give. By donating in this category, CNEWA will direct your funds…
Send Urgent COVID-19 relief to Kerala, India
India has borne the brunt of the latest wave of the COVID-19 pandemic. Throughout the country, health care institutions are strained far past their limits.
Support St. Francis Catholic Health Care Center in Wassera, Ethiopia
The Franciscan Missionary Sisters of Christ care for families in the remote village of Wassera, in southern Ethiopia. The villagers, already facing drought and destitution,…
Support the Italian Hospitals in Amman and Kerak, Jordan
In Amman and Kerak, Jordan, the Dominican Sisters of the Presentation and the Comboni Sisters lovingly oversee the Italian Hospitals, providing a full spectrum of…
Support St. Anthony Dispensary in Lebanon
The Good Shepherd Sisters at the St. Anthony Dispensary, just outside of Beirut, Lebanon, provide loving care to patients in a country where medicine is…
Contributions to this campaign will be used to support these programs in the 2021 and 2022 fiscal years. However, in the event that this campaign exceeds its goal, or if CNEWA deems these projects unnecessary or impossible, CNEWA may use these contributions for other health care programs in the countries it serves. Our goal remains to ensure that these gifts provide compassionate care, healing and hope to those most in need.