This week, domestic terrorists in the United States Capitol violated our democracy and constitution in a violent assault on our country. Five people died in the insurrection. Many in our community and across the country are experiencing pain and anger due to these deplorable acts.
Our agency’s core values of compassion, respect, and accountability require us to expect and do better. We are worried about the fragility of our democracy at this moment.
And yet, we have hope. We witness the extraordinary resilience and strength of the human spirit every day in our clients. We see our employees demonstrate compassion, kindness, and courage as they champion the most vulnerable and work to change lives every day. We value the power of community.
Today, let us re-commit to the courageous, urgent work that will transform our society into one where we can all thrive. Our democracy, faith, and decency demand it.
Together, we can accomplish the remarkable.
Jilma L. Meneses
Chief Executive Officer
We are here. During this unprecedented time of COVID-19 and with the shelter-in-place order, the needs in our community and our challenges are greater than ever. Our Catholic Charities programs and services are essential.
Our critical services today reflect our flexible response to the deepening crisis our neighbors experience as a result of COVID-19 and include:
Our teams are on the front lines, bravely and tirelessly supporting those in our community who are most vulnerable and at-risk.
Our programs are open and our dedicated employees continue to care for our neighbors in accordance with all the safety measures to keep them and those we serve safe.
As never before, we need your support. Give today to help ensure we can meet the needs of our community today and tomorrow.
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