Good News for July 2018
If you love dessert, mark your calendar for the Best Desserts Contest to support our Behavioral Health counseling services in St. Clair County. Call 810-987-9100 to make reservations.
A new mobile phone app/website allows another easy way to support the work of Catholic Charities! You can automatically donate spare change from your card purchases. Learn more here . Download the RoundUp App for iPhone , Android or use the Web Version .
Community Foundation of St. Clair County
A nonprofit organization dedicated to helping its donors achieve their individual charitable and philanthropic goals through the creation, management and administration of permanently endowed funds
Young adult, 20, says foster program has been ‘life changer’
Kalamazoo — Justin Black has been in the foster care system since he was 9. He’s been with Catholic Charities of Southeast Michigan since he was 12. He’s had more than 20 case workers. Not every worker sticks out. But the ones who do, do so because they’ve offered Black, and those in his situation,…Continue Reading →
Human Trafficking Symposium
It’s happening in your neighborhood, your place of work, perhaps even where you hang out. It’s something very hard to think about, much less comprehend. Human trafficking, or modern-day slavery, is a growing crime that violates the fundamental rights of women, children and men. Hear from a survivor, FBI agents, the Attorney General's Office, anti-porn experts and more. This day-long educational event will equip you with the information and tools you need to see, hear and get involved in anti-trafficking efforts
Because, unfortunately, it’s closer than you think
Pastor Carrie Wood, Founder, Pearls of Great Price CoalitionChief Kevin Mulcahy, U.S. Dept. of JusticeJennifer, DiFalco/Rodney Riggs, Homeland Security InvestigationsPastor Angelique Labadie-Cihanowyz, Mission Possible: Help End…
Archbishop: Church will continue to stand with refugees
Executive order throws Catholic Charities’ refugee resettlement program into doubt DETROIT — Since President Donald Trump signed an executive order barring immigration from seven majority-Muslim countries on Jan. 27, Catholic leaders across the country have spoken out over the legal and ethical implications, especially for refugees escaping war-torn countries such as Iraq and Syria. The day…Continue Reading →
Thousands of volunteers help others in inaugural Catholic Mercy Day
Across southeast Michigan, nearly 4,000 volunteers fanned out Saturday morning to perform acts of charity at the behest of Pope Francis.