Hispanic Institute names the Catholic Charities in the Diocese of Venice as its 2012 Promise Award Recipient
The Hispanic Institute at Hodges University has named Catholic Charities in the Diocese of Venice as its 2012 Promise Award recipient. The Award is presented annually to a community group or member who exemplifies society’s most valued human characteristics and thus serves as a distinguished example of social responsibility, determination, dedication, honesty, and moral character.
“We are pleased to honor Peter Routsis-Arroyo of Catholic Charities in recognition of their hard work and commitment to our community,” said Carmen Rey-Gomez, director of the Hispanic Institute. Mr. Routsis-Arroyo is the CEO of Catholic Charities in the Diocese of Venice.
“Catholic Charities exemplifies society’s most valued characteristics and serves as a distinguished example of social responsibility, determination and dedication,” said Rey-Gomez. “The Institute is pleased to recognize Catholic Charities for the incredible work they do day in and day out for our community.”
The Mission of the Hispanic Institute at Hodges University is to be recognized as a leader within Lee and Collier Counties to inform policy-makers about issues vital to the growing Hispanic community and to provide the community with information and analysis necessary for effective participation in public policy development.