There are several ways to contribute to our mission of peace-building. Direct donations to our ministries help with operating costs and special projects. Donations to our general fund give us the flexibility to apply funds where they are needed most. Support for our retirement fund helps us care for our senior and infirm Sisters. You can contribute to our overseas missions in Peru, Honduras and Nigeria as well.
Volunteer with us
Volunteers play a key role in our mission to bring God’s peace to the world around us. There are lots of ways you can get involved and engaged in the mission of the Peace Dominicans by sharing your time, treasure and talent. Just visit our ministry pages and find out more about how you can be part of our family.
Want to make the world a more peaceful place? Become a volunteer at any one of our ministries where the opportunity to serve is available to you. Our literacy centers need tutors and volunteers to teach reading and English as a Second Language. Our retreat centers are always looking for help in a variety of ways. Our health care centers need volunteers in providing quality of life for our patients and our ecology centers offer many ways to place your gifts at the service of others.
Become an Associate
Dominican Associates bring Dominican values to their families, churches, neighborhoods, workplaces, and cities. Associates live a life of prayer, study and ministry.
They have many faces and many walks of life: attorneys, homemakers, teachers, business-owners and factory workers. They bring the Good News of Jesus Christ to the world through their work, their art, and their lives, following the example of Catherine of Siena, who said, “Preach the Truth as if you had a million voices. It is silence that kills the world.”
For more information about becoming a Dominican Associate, please contact Director of Associates Colette Parker, OPA. (email@example.com or (330) 835-5688, ext. 418)
Learn about creating a more peaceful world
The Dominican Sisters of Peace have initiated a Leadership for Peace Program; the goal of which is to assist younger generations in developing leadership and peace building skills. Opportunities exist to learn peace building skills related to interpersonal negotiation and mediation, addressing injustices, forgiveness and reconciliation.