Join the Southern Maryland Food Back at the 5K Foam Fest! 22+ obstacles including the world’s largest inflatable waterslide, mud pits and 2.5 MILLION cubic feet of foam! Rock out all day to 12,000 watts of awesome music, enjoy a FREE kids zone for kids 7 and under, delicious food, great vendors and beer gardens. 5K Foam Fest has fun activities for all ages and is a family friendly event!
All proceeds from gear check and food donations will directly benefit
Catholic Charities Southern Maryland Food Bank.
Join PMI for a day of golf benefitting the Southern Maryland Food Bank and Outreach Services. Help us drive out hunger in Southern Maryland!
More information coming soon…
Join us as we celebrate the 50th Anniversary of the Spanish Catholic Center with a mass for giving thanks to our Lord for all those years of service.
Join us as we celebrate the 50th Anniversary of the Spanish Catholic Center with a fiesta!
Join us for an open forum to address the ongoing opioid epidemic. Leading expert Dr. John Rosa, along with other experts in the field and local faith leaders will share a wide range of resources. The goal is to better equip participants with the ability to cope with the problem and sustain hope that recovery is possible.
Hosted by St. Francis of Assisi in partnership with Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of Washington.
Why: To provide community and family members with compassionate ways to address the current opioid epidemic crippling our nation.
Speaker: Dr. John Rosa
Join the 2017 Prevent Cancer 5k Walk/Run and Health Fair on Sunday, November 5 at Nationals Park and along the beautiful Capitol Riverfront neighborhood. This annual event is hosted by the Prevent Cancer Foundation®, the only U.S. nonprofit organization solely devoted to cancer prevention and early detection. The Foundation invites you to come out for a day of exercise, free screenings and education, and fun for the whole family.
The Prevent Cancer Foundation is one of our longest funding partners at our Catholic Charities medical clinics. Annually we participate in the 5k, bringing clients and staff together taking a stand to prevent cancer. Last year we had 35 patients and 20 staff participate. We dedicated our efforts to Livia Amezcua, Director of Dental Services who lost her battle with cancer in July. This year we are walking for other staff… and friends and family members. We have a lot of passion! Please consider joining us!
Join the CC’s Crawlers Team:
- Visit Prevent Cancer 5K website
- Join the CC’s Crawlers Team and we will see you there!
Donate on behalf of the CC’s Crawlers:
- Visit the Prevent Cancer donation page
- Click on “Donate to a Team”
- Add your donation and check out!
Begin your holiday season at the Kris Kringle Christmas Market at the Charles County Fairgrounds. This family-friendly event features local artists and crafters, live Christmas music, food, activities for children and more!
Admission benefits our Southern Maryland Food Bank!
New and gently used, cleaned coats are now being collected. Sizes XXL and up are especially needed! Also accepting NEW UNOPENED packages of socks. You can bring donations directly to our coat closet, located at St. Francis Xavier Church on the following Saturdays:
St. Francis Xavier Church
Multipurpose Room (2811 O Street, SE, Washington, DC 20020)
- Saturday, January 20 (10 AM – 12 PM )
You can also bring coats directly to one of our other drop-off locations between noon and 2 PM on the following days:
St. Patrick’s Church
(4101 Norbeck Rd, Rockville, MD 20853)
- Friday, January 19
St. John Vianney Church
(105 Vianney Lance, Prince Frederick, MD)
- Thursday, January 18
Can your criminal record be cleared? Join Catholic Charities Legal Network for this free seminar to learn more about criminal record sealing and expungement in DC and Maryland.
Call 202-772-4323 to sign up.
Attorney Adam Augustine Carter, Esq., of The Employment Law Group, PC, is speaking on his experience as a trial lawyer representing employees and whistleblowers in matters against their employers. Mr Carter has tremendous experience with cases involving wrongful termination, retaliation, and discrimination on account of age, race, gender, pregnancy, religious affiliation, national origin, disability, medical leave-taking, veteran status and military service, and family responsibilities, just to name a few.
Mr. Carter is a Washingtonian and is a parishioner of Our Lady of Victory parish in the Palisades.