Strengthening Families. Building Communities. Reducing Poverty.
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    Rely on Catholic Charities to help you build islands of mercy for children going to bed hungry, for families torn by stress, and for women with unplanned pregnancies who don’t know where to turn. 

    Each year Catholic Charities serves more than 18,000 people, many of whom receive multiple services, so that they can improve their life situations and move forward with hope.

    Thank you for sharing your blessings! You bring hope to others as you build islands of mercy.

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  • Refugee & Language

     

    Catholic Charities welcome newly arrived refugee families to Charlotte. Refugees are victims of war, political upheaval, religious, economic or ethnic persecution. They are forced to leave homes, families, friends, jobs and possessions to stay alive. Most flee to neighboring countries where they are confined to refugee camps for many years. A fortunate few have an opportunity to resettle in other countries, often far from their homeland and with many challenges like a language barriers, culture differences, different job opportunities and educational requirements.

    We provide services to help refugees adapt to their adopted homeland by becoming self-sustaining and productive members of their community.

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    These services include:

    • assistance with housing
    • social services
    • health care referrals
    • school registration
    • community and cultural orientation
    • budgeting and financial education

     

    The office also provides:

    • employment assistance
    • driver's education
    • interpretation services
    • transportation to initial appointments

     

    Instruction in English as a Second Language is available through referrals to the community college.  Catholic Charities began a youth program in 2006 for refugee children who attend public school.

    The primary goal of the resettlement process is to help refugees work toward self-sufficiency and as contributing members of society and, eventually, attain their citizenship.  Refugee's determination and perseverance is evident as they regain their hopes and dreams to live and thrive in Charlotte.

     

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  • Services

     

    We serve the poor, the vulnerable, and those in need of our services. Our services are available to all of God's people regardless of their age, race, ethnicity, religious affiliation, or economic/social background.  Through our services we seek to strengthen families, build communities, and reduce poverty.

     

     

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  • Children & Youth

     

    Catholic Charities offers an array of services dedicated to enriching the lives of children and youth.  Programs assist in promoting growth and resolving issues in a young person's life.  From helping refugee children increase educational success to resolving difficulties in parent/child relationships, Catholic Charities provides a safe, nurturing environment for children to achieve their full potential.

     

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    • Make a safe and secure online donation to Catholic Charities. Your support of Catholic Charities provides: • food for the hungry, • subsidized counseling for individuals and families to become healthy and well adjusted, • adoption and pregnancy support services to surround infants
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    •   Please send donations to: Catholic Charities Diocese of CharlotteATTN: Administration Office1123 South Church StreetCharlotte, NC 28203-4003
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    • Make your car go the extra mile and help fund Catholic Charities outreach programs in the Diocese. We have partnered with Charitable Auto Resources ™to accept car and other vehicle donations for Catholic Charities of Charlotte. To donate your car,
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    • The food pantries in Charlotte, Winston-Salem and Asheville rely heavily on donated food and non-food items for weekly distribution to clients. Items regularly requested by clients are: Canned Fruit Juice, Tea and Coffee Rice Spaghetti Sauce Tuna Spaghetti Non-food items,
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    • Refugees often arrive in this country with few material possessions. Their initial needs are many. Catholic Charities depends on donations of gently used furniture and household items to prepare a comfortable, welcoming home for newly arriving refugee families. Donated items
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    • Reach out to people in need through a gift of stock to Catholic Charities. A gift of stock may be made via electronic transfer or by physical certificate. The Diocese of Charlotte maintains a brokerage account with Wells Fargo Advisors
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    • Continue to help people change their lives long into the future. Consider a gift for Catholic Charities Diocese of Charlotte in your estate planning. To find out how, contact Judy Smith, Diocesan Director of Planned Giving by calling 704-370-3320 or
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