Each day at Catholic Charities, we have the honor and responsibility of helping those who are struggling in our community. We assist individuals and families who are facing homelessness, hunger, loneliness, and fear. These beautiful individuals often believe that the world has forgotten about them. However, we see the face of God in each person who crosses our doorways at Catholic Charities. In order to help our clients on the path to self-sufficiency, we need an angel to help us continue to do the Lord’s work.
We have been blessed with an angel who will match your donations – up to $50,000. Will you join our angel to help the homeless and others who live in poverty who are served by Catholic Charities?
With your support, Catholic Charities can continue to serve our poor and vulnerable neighbors:
- June and Tom are raising their two young grandchildren.
June has limited vision and is unable to drive. Last year, the
family lost their home and stayed at Catholic Charities’ Daybreak Center. With the help of Catholic Charities, they were able to move into an apartment. June and Tom are very proud of their grandchildren and try to smile through the pain because
they don’t want their grandchildren to about their struggles.
- Brooke and her 18 month old daughter lived in their car for three months after escaping from a violent relationship. As a veteran, she received help from Catholic Charities’ Supportive Services for Veteran Families Program (SSVF) and moved into an apartment. Today, Brooke and her daughter are happy and self-sufficient — Brooke has a full-time job in the medical field and has secured affordable daycare for her daughter.
- Cassandra and her husband joyfully welcomed healthy twins into their family last year. They live in a multigenerational household and were recently informed that their rent is increasing – so the family must move. In addition, they have lost two family members to gun violence and are working through grief. Cassandra is focused on finding a new home and raising healthy and independent girls.
These are just a few of the individuals and families that your donation will help on the journey to a better life. The resources provided by Catholic Charities are vital to the well-being of our clients and to the entire community.
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Glenn Van Cura, Executive Director
Kathleen Langdon, Director of Development and Communications