Catholic Social Services builds safe space for moms and kids at Clare House At Clare House, women with children and expectant mothers experiencing homelessness have mounting worries on their shoulders. They must work to move beyond their current situation and take care of their children’s needs at the same time.
A shout out this month to St. Francis House Food Pantry volunteer extraordinaire Linda Johns. Linda has been volunteering in the Pantry for the last 3 years and can be found helping out each week, Monday through Thursday—usually putting in a good 5 to 6 hours a day serving as a personal shopper, helping with…
Medical Recovery at Brother Francis Shelter People experiencing homelessness typically do not seek or complete medical treatment for many reasons. The addition of the Medical Respite program and expanded primary care services through the Caring Clinic at Brother Francis Shelter allows us to be proactive in preventing treatable conditions from becoming an emergency.
Our very own Phil Munger is a US Army Veteran and a Catholic Social Services Case Manager. For decades, he has been performing Taps at patriotic events, and at individual memorial services for deceased Veterans. As a member of Bugles Across America, he works with the group to provide buglers at as many memorial events for…
Med Student Gains Insight Through Volunteering Amelia Harrison started working as a volunteer at Brother Francis Shelter literally at the bottom: helping with the foot care clinic over 3 years ago. She quickly found an affinity for the work and the people she served.
$25,000 Wells Fargo Economic Opportunity Grant offers job training to newly arrived refugees The $25,000 Wells Fargo Economic Opportunity Grant supported RAIS to provide job readiness classes for over 150 clients, place 111 clients in employment & develop 3 job training programs that have already served more than 60 clients and will train dozens more in…
Thank You Volunteers During National Volunteer Week, we want to give a very special shoutout to the wonderful group of people that make Catholic Social Services successful in our efforts to serve the most vulnerable members of our community—OUR VOLUNTEERS!
Healthcare and Homelessness Partnership Anchorage — Catholic Social Services honors the groundbreaking partnership with the major Anchorage hospitals along with community and city partners who have come together to work on ending homelessness.
Zoe Lost Her Husband but not Her Will to Carry On Zoe and her husband were deployed to Ft. Wainwright near Fairbanks in the 90s. They moved around a bit before settling back in Alaska with their son and two daughters, now adult age.
Knights of Columbus Serve Those Less Fortunate The Knights of Columbus from St. Benedict’s Parish organize donation drives for Catholic Social Services every three months.