La Posada’s Sister Margaret recognized by hometown school

Sister Margaret Mertens

La Posada’s Sister Margaret recognized by hometown school

La Posada’s Sister Margaret recognized by hometown school La Posada Providencia’s E-Newsletter La Posada’s Sister Margaret recognize by hometown school Tuesday, July 28, 2015 Earlier this year, La Posada Providencia’s own Sister Margaret Mertens, CDP, traveled back to her hometown of Wardsville, Missouri, where her alma mater had a surprise waiting for her. Sister Margaret

Volunteers make mission possible at La Posada

As La Posada approaches the end of the fiscal year, we would like to take a moment to express our gratitude to the many volunteers who have contributed to this year’s success at La Posada. From helping with fundraising events, delivering goods, teaching clients new skills, and many other tasks, hundreds of you have filled

Champions For a New Beginning Honored

As we have featured these past few months, La Posada Providencia launched a campaign titled Champions for a New Beginning to raise awareness and funding for the immigrant and asylee population the shelter serves. A Champion is an individual who supports the mission and purpose of  La Posada by pledging to raise $1,000 to meet

Valley Morning Star: Monica Peña-Rusmussen | Shelter worker enjoys helping community

By JONATHAN CRUZ Staff Writer For anyone who has entered onto the property of La Posada Providencia shelter in the past 13 years, the first person they have seen has usually been Monica Peña-Rusmussen. In 2001, Monica responded to an ad in the local San Benito paper for a part-time position at La Posada, a