We are hunkered down at Catholic Charities Christmas Giving program where we have over 100 volunteers scheduled to help wrap and package gifts for families of all faiths in need this holiday season. These special people and groups volunteering are filling requests for the families we don’t have sponsored with a donor (more than half… Read more »
The brisk-paced holiday season is the perfect time to remember what a difference a moment can make. This year’s “That Moment When…” annual appeal focuses on how Catholic Charities is there at the right moment for people facing crisis.
This holiday season, try this challenge. Set aside five minutes each day to stop your world from spinning and focus on what’s important.
Here are five survival tips submitted by a Catholic Charities therapist for a less-stressed holiday. 1. Find the balance. Enjoy the fun of decorating, parties and gift-giving in moderation. 2. Be realistic. Set reality-based expectations and focus on what you can control – your thinking about the holidays.
Our year-end appeal is underway! Catholic Charities staff each received a Take 5 candy bar to kick-off this year’s campaign and preview its theme, “That moment when…”