CATHOLIC CHARITIES OF FAIRFIELD COUNTY
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Catholic Charities of Fairfield County partners with St. Michael the Archangel Parish to collect donations for Ukraine
Catholic Charities of Fairfield County was among the organizations helping the donation efforts for Ukrainian refugees. A big donation from the retailer Zumiez is also helping Catholic Charities to ship 2,000 pounds of clothes to Ukraine.
Senior Nutrition Program 50th Anniversary
This March, Catholic Charities of Fairfield County is proud to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the national Senior Nutrition Program with others across the country. The theme for the 50th anniversary celebration is Celebrate. Innovate. Educate.
Plan Your Legacy
PLANNED GIVINGPlan your legacyAre you one of the 70% of adults who have not prepared a will? It is a topic that many avoid discussing but we are offering YOU a resource to help make the process quick and easy. Over the years, YOUR HELP AND SUPPORT has made a...
Department of Homeland Security (DHS) announces designation of Ukraine for temporary protected status (TPS)
The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has announced the designation of Ukraine for temporary protected status (TPS) for 18 months. Catholic Charities Immigration Services is here to help.
Behavioral Health Counseling Newsletter: Healthy Connections, March 2022
Read the latest issue of “Healthy Connections” from the Behavioral Health Counseling Services team.
Another successful loan closing for the Family Loan Program!
Tomas and his wife are a hard-working couple who needed financial assistance to purchase a used car. Unable to qualify for a loan through traditional lenders, they turned to the Family Loan Program at Catholic Charities for assistance.
Mental Health Matters: Catholic Charities’ Behavioral Health Counseling Services
Catholic Charities Behavioral Health Counseling Services provides counseling, support and education to children, adolescents, adults, seniors and families of Fairfield County. Watch a video to hear from Clinical Supervisor, Frank Castorina, why these services are so vital to our community.
Instead of giving up something for Lent, the Lenten Challenge is a way to give back.
The Thomas Merton Center’s February 2022 Newsletter
Check out the Thomas Merton Center’s February 2022 newsletter.