83.33 Society Welcomes Father Mark Ivany as Chaplain

Categories: Emerging Philanthropists, Giving, Mission
A friend to many Catholic young professionals in the D.C. area, Father Mark Ivany was excited to learn about the 83.33 Society, a group of fellow emerging philanthropists who work together for benefit of Catholic Charities. “I’ve been a donor to Catholic Charities for the past several years,” said Father Mark, director of priest vocations …

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Creating a Legacy of Impact

Categories: Feature, Fundraising, Giving, Volunteering
Joe Dempsey stood tall in the vast parking lot, signaling to hundreds of cars as they snaked their way to a distribution point for free food and meals. With his son nearby, Joe directed food assistance as it was given out to a community struggling with the economic fallout of the pandemic. To his son, …

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Continuing a Giving Tradition Despite Obstacles

Categories: Feature, Giving
By Marco Calito As we close the holiday season, we know that traditions could continue despite challenges from COVID-19. One group keeping their traditions alive was the local technology company Obsidian Global, led by CEO Drew Conway. The company and its staff agreed before the holidays that they would continue their tradition of celebrating the …

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Christmas Brings the Gift of a Fresh Beginning Thanks to Alumnae Club

Categories: Feature, Giving
The Washington, D.C., Alumnae Club of Saint Mary’s College has brought an abundance of Christmas joy to two D.C. families, while helping them make a fresh start. The recipients of this extraordinary charitable act — a family of 10 and a family of four led by single mothers — were referred to the alumnae of …

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