Our Helping Holidays program seeks to lessen the burden of expectation that accompanies this time of year by pairing donors with families in need of a little help.
“It is how we live out our journeys and how we treat the people we meet that has the potential to transform our world,” said Filipino Cardinal Luis Antonio Tagle.
Day 1 Families Fund grants $98.5 million to 32 nonprofits assisting families experiencing homelessness.
Women and children in Alaska face homelessness every day. It’s a cruel fact the staff and volunteers at Clare House work hard to combat.
Catholic Social Services is pleased to announce a $150,000 grant from ConocoPhillips Alaska for the Community Housing Project.
The recent state budget cuts have proven difficult for local non-profits. The good news is that we’re still here.
At Catholic Social Services we want to focus on lasting and permanent stability.
Allan Lamprey had been homeless for almost all his adult life. Struggling with substance and alcohol use, he moved around the country, from his home state of Virginia, to Maryland and then out to California. Eventually, he made his way up to Alaska in 2008.
We are reaching out to you in faith and solidarity, because the values we share as a community, and as Alaskans, bond us together. Only together can we find a solution to the situation we are all in now.
Update: We did it! Because of the support of community members like you, Path to Independence won this $15,000 award to continue working with our neighbors experiencing homelessness. Thank you to everyone who made this funding possible!