Sr. Betty Sundry, CDP, coordinates annual food drive to benefit local food pantries

  • Sr. Betty Sundry and Sr. Melanie Kambic.

Sr. Betty Sundry, CDP, Director of Social Concerns for the Sisters of Divine Providence, coordinates a yearly food drive during Catholic Sisters Week. Nonperishable foods—especially cereal, peanut butter, jelly, pasta, rice and crackers—as well as toilet paper, paper towels and tissues, are collected and donated to Pittsburgh’s North Hills Community Outreach and Providence Food Pantry at La Roche University. Food donations from the public are greatly appreciated and can be placed in the barrels located at the main entrance of Providence Heights—located at 9000 Babcock Boulevard in Allison Park, Pennsylvania—from March 8-14, 2021. To make a monetary donation, visit and include "Food Drive" in the "Designation" field.

Pictured (left to right): Sr. Betty Sundry and Sr. Melanie Kambic

Catholic Sisters Week logo.

Catholic Sisters Week shines a light on the spirituality, mission, and community building of women religious. For more information, visit and Catholic Sisters Week: Challenge to End Hunger.