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Nine-year Old Donates Bake Sale Proceeds to Catholic Charities’ Disaster Recovery...

During an unusually warm February afternoon, Lucy G. and her cousins stood before a red and white checkered table topped with homemade brownies, chocolate...

I Choose You

By Gregory Kepferle CEO, Catholic Charities of Santa Clara County and President, Charities Housing Development Corporation   Do you remember a time as a child when they...

Google Supports Catholic Charities’ STEM Learning Opportunities for Underserved Kids

Catholic Charities of Santa Clara County and Google.org, the philanthropic team within Google Inc., announced a $325,000 grant to expand STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering,...

A Place at the Table

By Gregory Kepferle CEO, Catholic Charities of Santa Clara County and President, Charities Housing Development Corporation   The other day we held our annual planning retreat for...

Start a Career in Healthcare with Catholic Charities’ Free Geriatric Home...

Interested in a career in healthcare? Get started by enrolling in a Free Geriatric Home Aide (in-home care) certificate course offered by Catholic Charities...

What’s the Path to the Pearly Gates?

By Gregory Kepferle CEO, Catholic Charities of Santa Clara County and President, Charities Housing Development Corporation   A group of generous supporters of Catholic Charities called the...

Catholic Charities and Honor Home Care Collaborate to Better Serve Older...

Catholic Charities of Santa Clara County and Honor Home Care, the largest non-medical in-home care provider in the Bay Area, today announced a Care...

The Anointing

By Gregory Kepferle CEO, Catholic Charities of Santa Clara County and President, Charities Housing Development Corporation   Imagine we are sitting at dinner today with Jesus at...

Kids in Catholic Charities’ After School Program Receive Free Books Thanks...

In 1998, the Immanuel Lutheran Church of Saratoga (ILC) and its Community Service Committee, led by JoAn Lambert and its parishioners, saw the need...

Living Well, Dying Well

By Father Gerald D. Coleman, P.S.S. Adjunct professor, Graduate Department of Pastoral Ministries, Santa Clara University Contentious viewpoints become quite vociferous when a person’s “living well”...