Joe Cistone, IPM CEO

By entering into this journey, you are accepting a call to, however briefly, live as the people in that country live, eat what they eat, and accompany them in their struggles and joys. The greatest challenge for delegations traveling with IPM is not to simply give, but also to humbly receive, to be willing to stand back and listen, […] …

G. Jeffrey MacDonald, Journalist & Author

From MacDonald’s most recent book, “Thieves in the Temple”: “These trips aim to deepen [participants’] faith by allowing them to experience how their hosts live, get to know their hosts on a personal basis, and resist the urge to fix immediately their hosts’ material problems. [Participants] ideally return home from IPM trips with changed perspectives – and with hearts widened …

Zoraida Soza Sanchez, IPM Project Partner

OF MUJER Y COMMUNIDAD, SAN FRANCISCO LIBRE, NICARAGUA | “It’s always a pleasure when more people from other countries realize the existence of this organization and the important work that we do to benefit women, children, and youth…It’s also interesting that the youth get to know the initiatives that work to guarantee the well being of the most vulnerable sectors of …

Words from the CEO

Thank you for your generous support of IPM during this Holiday Season   Dear Friends, I write to you today on what the world celebrates as World AIDS Day and just a day before our IPM delegation in El Salvador joins thousands of others commemorating the December 2, 1980 martyrdom of Maura Clark, Jean Donovan, Ita Ford, and Dorothy Kazel …