Our Collaborative Ministries
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Southwest Medical Aid
Southwest Medical Aid is a collaborative Salvatorian Ministry that accepts and distributes medical supplies free of charge, to individuals, families and clinics in the US and throughout the world. (Supplies come from the excess inventory in hospitals, from private practitioners and individuals. The Recipients are people who have become marginalized through poverty, fixed incomes, natural disasters or political unrest. Our supplies were among the first to reach Haiti after the 2010 earthquake. Over the past 10 years we have helped people in Arizona, Mexico, Philippines, Tanzania, Belize, Guatemala, Peru and Honduras.)
Salvatorian Mission Warehouse
A project supported by the Salvatorian Priests, Brothers, Sisters, and Lay People: donated relief goods are repackaged compactly by hundreds of volunteers in New Holstein, Wisconsin, loaded into large shipping containers, and sent to missions around the world.
Jordan Ministry Team
The Jordan Ministry Team serves alongside the clergy and people of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Tucson. By supporting the work of teachers, catechists, lay ecclesial ministers, and permanent deacons, Jordan Ministry Team serves at the parish and school level to help spread the Good News of the God's mercy and love embodied in Jesus, the Divine Savior.
The mission of the Anti-Human Trafficking Ministry is to help to put an end to human trafficking, to educate and raise awareness regarding the issues related to human trafficking and to provide support to those affected by it. Human trafficking is a modern-day form of slavery. It involves controlling a person through force, fraud or coercion for labor, sexual exploitation or both. This ministry collaborates with many others in the area of combating human trafficking and slavery by bringing dozens of groups and hundreds of individuals together to respond.
The Haiti Project is administrated by Lay Salvatorians, Bob and Denise Snyder. They split their time between their farm in Middle Tennessee and several villages in the northern mountains of rural Haiti. The Haiti Project supports six schools, two clinics, The Fr. Jim Bretl Agriculture Center and several other projects that are maintained by trained Haitians under their supervision.
Project Light Manatee
Project Light is a volunteer nonprofit dedicated to providing adult English language instruction to empower students the skills and tools they need to more fully participate in, and contribute to the community.
The Teen's and Children's Team (TACT) is a Salvatorian social justice group focused on the plight of vulnerable children and teens. The group's team members include Salvatorian priests, sisters, brothers and laity who are dedicated to be a voice for this vulnerable population. TACT carries out their mission by spreading news and information about important legislation and programs that have an impact on children and teens.