Important Message

During this uncertain time, Catholic Charities Appeal beneficiaries are continuing to do their part to help those most in need. Catholic Social Services, along with Nutritional Development Services, are both providing immense support to those impacted by the Coronavirus (COVID-19). The most vulnerable need our help to provide the very basics like food and shelter. Now more than ever, we need your support. 

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The Catholic Charities Appeal of the Archdiocese of Philadelphia was established in 1958 to help fund social services.

“Giving Hope to All means that a special needs student has access to a quality Catholic education, one that is designed to meet his or her individual needs. It means that through Nutritional Development Services, we are able to nourish the hungry through one of our many food pantries across the region. It means that families across the Archdiocese are provided with core social services, including much needed baby items like diapers and formula, pregnancy and parenting classes, family strengthening programs, emergency rent and utility assistance. Giving Hope means this and so much more. When you support the Catholic Charities Appeal, you shine a light of hope. You feed the hungry, aid the poor and bring joy to those most in need. I invite you to learn more about the CCA on the following pages and to truly see how your gift can make a lasting impact on our community.” 

The Catholic Charities Appeal of the Archdiocese of Philadelphia was established in 1958 to help fund social services.

Linda McDonough
President, CCA Board of Directors 

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