Catholic Charities in Fort Worth - city of nearly a million people, just 32 miles from Dallas. Interestingly, it was one of the first cities in Texas to achieve significant authority to pass laws concerning human rights and nondiscrimination.
Fort Worth has a catholic community that is known for its charitable organizations throughout the United States. Catholic Charities Fort Worth has been providing charitable assistance for many years to orphans in need, those who do not have their own homes.
It is a growing charity that has research the many factors that contribute to poverty and uses many unconventional solutions. And understandably so. For more than 110 years Catholic Charities Fort Worth has embraced the basics of chatolic charity - recognizing the dignity of the individual and their rights.
Catholic Charity Fort Worth participates in many charitable activities in cooperation with other public charities.
An example of such a collaboration was held in Fort Worth: the Cowtown Cradles Community Baby Shower Fair. Items collected for baby care were sent to March of Dimes for pregnant women in need.
People and community organizations ranging from the 287 Cruisers motorcycle club to Catholic Charities Fort Worth participated in the event. Rugged bikers, who usually roll around Fort Worth for their own enjoyment, came on the day of the fair, loading their bikes with packs of diapers.
Alpha Phi Alpha fraternity charity organization, has been involved in collecting maternity items for five years, and over the years have collected more than a million dollars worth of baby supplies.
Catholic Charities Fort Worth TX provides free bilingual, English and Spanish bilingual birthing and childcare classes for pregnant women in need. The goal of the classes is to reduce infant mortality.
During the class, expectant mothers receive not only knowledge about how to care for their babies, but also gifts of baby supplies.Catholic Charity Fort Worth is a shining example of an actively developing organization, a large number of services offered by the organization are aimed to fight poverty and orphanhood.
Universal Aid for Children supports the principles of Catholic Charity and tries to be better. Although for 20 years a lot of work has been done, there were crises.
But we continue to learn, to test new models of helping orphans in Ukraine, and in 2014 we added a charity program to help refugee children from eastern Ukraine and Crimea. Russian hybrid troops occupied parts of Ukraine creating a humanitarian disaster with internally displaced people.
If you can help orphans in Ukraine, orphans with special needs, and IDPs from eastern Ukraine, please contact us. If you don't want to contact us, you can donate online at our website
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