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Back To School Supply Drive
During July and August, we are collecting new school supplies for children served by Emergency Family Services, Immigration and Refugee Services and Brevard Interfaith Coalition programs.
Join this effort to provide hope of a brighter future to children in need by organizing a school drive or making a donation. Download our Back to School Drive Toolkit below for al.. Read More
Immigration & the Crisis on the Southern Border - The Catholic Perspective
We believe God created human life in His image. Each person has tremendous dignity because each of us is created in the image of God. Human life is sacred because it comes from God. It is sacred from the first moment of existence to the last moment of life.
The protection of migrant children is an especially important issue for the Catholic Church, as one of Jesus’ first experiences.. Read More
Adoption Informational Session
Are you curious about the adoption process and how Catholic Charities provides Adoption Services to both birth and adoptive parents?
You’re in luck! Catholic Charities, Diocese of St. Petersburg is hosting an Orientation and Informational Session about Domestic Infant Adoption. To register, please email Leesa Elliott at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Who: Catholic Char.. Read More
Hunger Doesn't Take A Vacation
Join in Prayer and Action for Immigration Reform
On Pentecost, Join in Prayer and Action for Immigration Reform
The choice to migrate, especially without legal authorization, is most often a desperate act. At Catholic Charities of Central Florida, we show compassion to the immigrants in our community through our Immigration and Refugee Services. Our mission is to assist the church in its role of "welcoming the stranger.”
The.. Read More
We See the Face of God in Those In Need
At Catholic Charities of Central Florida we treat everyone with dignity and serve all people regardless of race, color, religion, national origin, sex, age, or disability.
Every person's basic human needs are met through love and empowerment. Read more about our non-discrimination policy here.
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