Counting Our Blessings with Deep Gratitude

Categories: Feature, Giving, Mission, Non-Profit
By Tara Arras Like most organizations, Catholic Charities was plagued by COVID-19 during the past months and some of our best laid plans were thwarted by the pandemic. While we encountered numerous challenges and many disappointments, we were buoyed by the resilience and resolve of our staff who continued to meet the needs of our …

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Statement Congratulating President-Elect Biden and Offering Expertise on Social Justice Issues

Categories: Feature, Mission, Non-Profit, Press Release

WASHINGTON, Dec. 14, 2020 — With the results of the 2020 election certified and electors across the country meeting today, Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of Washington releases this statement: Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of Washington extends its congratulations to President-elect Joe Biden and offers its best wishes to him and Vice President-elect Kamala …

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Working with Meaning and Purpose, Catholic Charities DC served 143,000 People Last Year

Categories: Clinical Services, Community Outreach, Disabilities Services, Education and Employment, Feature, Fundraising, Giving, Homeless Services, Non-Profit, Volunteering
  As we approach the dawn of a new decade, we at Catholic Charities DC want to take a moment to recognize and celebrate some of our accomplishments from 2019. Of course, the impact we’ve had across the region would not have been possible without our amazing community of donors, supporters, and volunteers. The past …

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A Unique Office Holiday Tradition

Categories: Community Outreach, Feature, Fundraising, Giving, Non-Profit, Other, Volunteering
“The best gift one can give oneself is the gift of giving.” This quote graced Obsidian Global’s holiday cards this year. The message reflects not only the personal philosophy of the local technology company’s CEO, Drew Conway, but also the corporate culture he’s built through a unique office holiday tradition. At Obsidian, the kick-off to …

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