Who You Help

Every Seton Cares donation, big or small, helps people in our communities, including our colleagues at Seton. Below are just a few of the people whose lives have been touched by donations to programs supported through Seton Cares. Read their stories to see how donations like yours have made a difference.

Silvia Breeden

Silvia Breeden with Sister Ethelrita Nitzk.Shortly after starting her tenure with Seton, Silvia Breeden was left to fend for herself as a single parent. It took some self-convincing, but she soon summoned the courage to visit Sister Gertrude.

Read Silvia's Story

MaryClare Porter

MaryClare Porter and her family.MaryClare Porter was a young mother of a 2-year-old girl when she gave birth to twins. The joy of bringing two baby boys into the world was quickly turned to fear when they needed immediate care in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit.

Read MaryClare's Story