Our Town Local Flavor

September 29, 2015

We were featured in “Our Local Town Flavor” Magazine. Click the picture below to view the article in pages 32 through 39.


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Women Making a Difference—For the Least of These

September 29, 2015

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For the Least of These

They came to see Sister Ellen at Project Hope in Archbold, about renewing a permanent resident card (a green card), but the $450 fee required by the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USIS) was more than the family could afford. One of them was on disability, the other was a caregiver, and there was a child in elementary school, and their total annual income was less than $10,000. Sister Ellen was able to obtain a fee waiver, and as the family was leaving her office, the wife and mother asked her, “Do you know of anyone who helps with food assistance?”

Sister Ellen Lamberjack has learned that her ministry is more than just providing legal assistance for immigrants from Central America and elsewhere, who are fleeing war and violence, or extreme poverty in their homeland. Her approach has been called “holistic,” as she deals with the other needs, such as food assistance, that are often a part of immigrants’ lives as they try to make a new home and a better life in the U.S.

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