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Saint Therese Center HIV Outreach Selected as Finalist to Receive $20,000 Grant.

Walmart has selected the Saint Therese Center as a finalist to receive a $20,000 grant as part of the "Food Pantry Holiday Makeover" campaign.  Grants will be awarded based on public online votes made on Walmart's website between December 2 and December 12.  On December 15, Walmart will announce the 75 non-profit food pantries across the nation with the most votes who will each receive a grant in the amount of $20,000. 

This is a great opportunity to support your local non-profit food pantry.  Please go to HIVASSIST.ORG each day between December 2 and December 12 to vote for Saint Therese Center.  You can vote every 24 hours.  While you're there, please be sure to use the Facebook and Twitter links to share with your friends and family.  Let everyone you know of this great opportunity.  Simply visit HIVASSIST.ORG and click the Vote button at the top of the page once per day between December 2 and December 12.

Thank you for your support!

MONDAYS DARK

Mondays Dark to Benefit Saint Therese Center HIV Outreach

All proceeds from Mondays Dark one-year anniversary show on December 15 benefit the Saint Therese Center HIV Outreach along with a number of other deserving charities. Go to mondaysdark.com for information or to purchase tickets!

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About Us

Mission Statement

St. Therese Center, named after Saint Therese of Lisieux, is a Catholic ministry that welcomes and serves people of all faiths and extends the Lord's healing to all persons infected and affected by HIV/AIDS.

Emphasizing wellness, Saint Therese Center reaches out to those touched by HIV/AIDS to provide spiritual, physical and emotional support, educational and social services in the spirit of love and compassion.

Saint Therese of Lisieux

St. Therese of Lisieux, a Carmelite nun, died at 24 years of age from complications of tuberculosis, was unknown, beyond the immediate circle of her family and sisters in religion.

Saint Therese The Little Flower, as she is often called, Saint Therese of Lisieux became a saint not by performing great miracles but by doing little things with great love—putting up with frustrating companions, obeying superiors, and finishing the laundry. So ordinary did she appear that several of the sisters in the convent were unaware of her remarkable prayer life until after her death.

St. Therese is a model of those who live in obscurity, their great worth known only to God.


The Saint Therese Center Story

The video below provides a brief overview of the programs and services the Saint Therese Center provides to our clients and our community.

The Saint Therese Center staff and clients wish to thank Ozkar Palomo with K.O.I. Visual Video Productions for all the time, energy, and resources he put into making this video. He unselfishly donated days upon days of his time in order to make this possible and we are very grateful.

For additional information, please visit us:

  • Internet: www.sainttheresecenter.org
  • Facebook: www.facebook.com/SaintThereseCenter
  • Twitter: @StThereseCenter

Or contact us:

  • Postal Mail: P.O. Box 90625, Henderson, NV 89009-0625
  • Email: aidsproject@dioceseoflasvegas.org
  • Telephone: (702) 564-4224