The 1st Good Shepherd Mother’s Day

(善牧基金會執行長湯靜蓮修女表示,多年來服務非常多特殊境遇的媽媽,她們都擁有過人的生命力)
(GS CEO, Sr. Therese Thong presented that GS served many mothers from different miserable situations, and found their extraordinary tenacity.)

天主教善牧基金會於4月3日舉辦「第一屆善牧媽媽節」活動記者會,此次活動乃邀請民眾就「媽媽就是生命力」為主題,上傳分享媽媽的照片,善牧基金會除舉辦網路攝影展,並會進行評選,將來稿者部分於台北光點藝廊展出一周。
On April 3rd, Good Shepherd Social Welfare Services held a press conference— “The 1st Good Shepherd Mother’s Day”. The topic is about “Mom is my best friend!” and we invited the public to upload his/her mother’s representative photo to our website (http://www.facebook.com/goodshepherd.org.tw/?sk=app_492124014133119&app_data=104750#!/goodshepherd.org.tw/app_492124014133119). People could vote those they like, and the TOP 5 could obtain a small gift. After the voting, the public appraisal chose part of all the photos and displayed in the SPOT-Taipei Film House.

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President Ma recognized Good Shepherd services in helping New Immigrant Women and their families

On 19th of March, 2012, President Ma held tea party with fourteen new immigrant women; two of them are members of Good Shepherd’s New Taipei City West New Immigrant Family Service Center, Ms. Ping-Hua, Zeng and Ms. Qing-Chu, Chong. These fourteen new immigrant women were the characters of China Times series reports「New Taiwanese stories」in February. Continue Reading →

Good Shepherd workers received awards for best service performance

Good Shepherd workers received awards for best service performance on 2nd April, 2012, the day of Social Workers.

On 2nd of April, 2012, Ministry of the Interior together with Taiwan Association of Social Workers, present awards to the best service performance of social workers. Social works is a profession specialized in helping people. Social workers help people who are in the situations of poor, troubles, or any kinds of difficulties. They must have compassion, patience, and professional skills. They also need to have zeal for serving other people. The award-winnings of 2012, some dedicated in serving Aboriginal Tribe people, some dedicated in promoting the right and welfare of people who suffered in AIDS, today they all received honorable awards. Continue Reading →