Sisters’ Story: India

Thousands would have gone hungry in Bangalore, if not for Sister Lalamma and her congregation’s tireless support. Throughout India’s lockdown, they focused their collective energies on providing critical poverty relief to families facing food insecurity.

The Dominican Sisters of Charity of the Presentation of the Blessed Virgin prepared and delivered meals, provided drinks and snacks for children, and distributed essential food supplies. Working together, they reached thousands of people living in poverty, who would otherwise have had nothing to eat and nowhere to turn.

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