The Stanton Foundation made contributions to the following charities in 2018:
Basilica and National Shrine of Our Lady of Consolation - Carey, OH
Capuchin Franciscans - Burlingame, CA
Dominican Sisters of Mary Mother of the Eucharist - Ann Arbor, MI
Glen Arbor Art Association - Glen Arbor, MI
Hillsdale College - Hillsdale, MI
Hillsdale College - President's Club - Hillsdale, MI
Hillsdale County Community Foundation - Hillsdale, MI
Lumen Christi Catholic School - Jackson, MI
Mercy Home for Boys and Girls - Chicago, IL
Our Lady of Toledo Shrine - Oregon, OH
Sacred Heart Southern Missions - Walls, MS
St. Joseph's Indian School - Chamberlain, SD
St. Louis Center - Chelsea, MI
Tibbits Opera Foundation & Arts Council - Coldwater, MI
Wyoming Catholic College - Lander, WY
Unbound - Kansas City, MO
The Stanton Foundation continues to contribute to the important work of these charitable organizations across the nation.
Basilica and National Shrine of Our Lady of Consolation
The Mission of the Shrine of Our Lady of Consolation is to draw people to union with God through devotion to Our Lady of Consolation and to provide a ministry of consolation to people in their personal, emotional, and spiritual needs through prayer, preaching, presence, and spiritual renewal.
At the Basilica & National Shrine of Our Lady of Consolation, Carey, OH for over 140 years, Mary the Mother of God has shown herself as a loving Mother to thousands of devoted pilgrims. Through Mary’s intercession and prayer, the sick and afflicted have found health, comfort and consolation at this Shrine.
Mercy Home for Boys & Girls
Saves young lives by providing:
A safe, nurturing residential treatment home,
AfterCare support for former residents and their families,
Community-based and site-based youth mentoring,
Promotes therapeutic, educational, vocational, spiritual and life skill development,
Is committed to raising public awareness of youth in need and encourages support to help them.
St. Joseph’s Indian School
St. Joseph's Indian School is an American Indian boarding school, located in Chamberlain, South Dakota, United States. It was founded in 1927 by Henry Hogebach, a Roman Catholic priest from Germany. Since 1927 we have been serving the educational and spiritual needs of Lakota children. Through family-style group living and emphasis on cultural development, we provide for every need of our nearly 200 students ... all at no cost to them or their families.
High school graduation rates for Native American students in South Dakota hover around 50%. However, for students who attend St. Joseph’s at some point in their academic career, graduation rates are approximately 80%.
Education is the key for Native American youth to break the cycle of unemployment and poverty.