Celebrating Service To Our Community
We request the honor of your presence at the Spanish Catholic Center Gala 2019. Proceeds support the Spanish Catholic Center’s work providing critical services to the immigrant community for more than 50 years.
Attention: Registration is now closed
If you have any questions please contact Carmen Joya
Catholic Charities will host its annual Christmas Dinner for the homeless and hungry.
2020 Circle of Hope Reception
Jan 6, 2020
Hosted by Diane and Bill Shaw
The Circle of Hope recognizes donors who have contributed $10,000 or more to Catholic Charities in our fiscal year (July 1 to June 30). This unique, annual event is a benefit to our Giving Society members where we thank and honor our most generous supporters.
For more information about the Circle of Hope, please email us.
To mark National Hispanic Heritage Month and celebrate the many contributions of generations of Hispanic Americans, Catholic Charities DC is hosting a virtual program about the Spanish Catholic Center moderated by Bill Kappaz, a member of the Catholic Charities Board of Directors. Join us at noon on Oct. 13 for an insider’s view of the center’s important work and hear from a client about how our job training program took her from jobless to employed.
We’re bringing the party to you! Join Father John Enzler and the Board of Directors in celebrating the work of Catholic Charities at the 2021 gala, being held virtually from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. on Saturday, March 13.
While the format is different, the goal is the same: to provide the vital funding needed to continue our work in addressing basic human needs — shelter, adequate food, health care, legal representation and mental health services to so many who have nowhere else to turn.
For information on sponsorships and other details, visit the Catholic Charities Gala 2021 page.
We’ve got a spectacular party lineup.
José Andrés, chef and humanitarian, will serve as honorary gala chair. You’ll hear from a few special guests and enjoy entertainment from Maggie Rose, Potomac-born and Nashville-based country vocalist.
To get you into the spirit during your personal gala viewing party, we will offer sponsors delicious take-home food from Ridgewells Catering and wine pairings from Total Wine & More.
There even will be a few surprises, all from the comfort of your home.
We look forward to a fun-filled evening celebrating virtually with you on March 13, 2021.
After a pause last year because of the pandemic, the Legal Network’s tennis and pickleball tournament is back. We invite you to hit the court in support of the Legal Network.
The Legal Network is a lifeline for many who otherwise would not have access to civil legal services. The tennis and pickleball tournament is one way for the community to celebrate and support the Legal Network’s important work.
The tournament is a virtual experience this year, with registrants playing tennis or pickleball on their own. We encourage you to send us photos of your tennis and pickleball play, as we will recognize participants on social media and in our “Giving Back” newsletter. Show your support of the Legal Network by doing your own social media post, tagging @CCADW and using the hashtag #CCLN.
Thank you for being a part of the supportive Legal Network community.
The Kennedy School will be reopening for in person learning for School Year 2021-2022 on September 7, 2021. Students, staff and parents/guardians have all expressed their enthusiasm and all are ready to get back in person learning and those face-to-face connections.
The “In the Name of the Mother” charity golf outing is an event organized by donors that provides crucial funding to help mothers battling cancer in crisis. Join them for an incredible day on the course as they continue this tradition and support important work in our community.
The fund was established in 2005 by Kevin McConville and his family and friends to honor Megan McConville, Kevin’s wife, who passed away from cancer in November 2004. The mission of “In the Name of the Mother” is to provide financial aid to mothers diagnosed with cancer, based on the principle that no mother undergoing cancer treatment should have to worry about how to keep food on her family’s table or how to keep her children safe and cared for. The money provided by “In the Name of the Mother” has provided financial assistance for rent, utilities, house cleaning, medical needs, food, wigs, and specialty clothes.
Please join us for the 16th Annual “In the Name of the Mother” charity golf outing on Friday, Sept. 10. Registration begins at 9 a.m., with a shotgun start at 10 a.m. The event ends with a dinner.
To become a sponsor and to register, click here.