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This year’s graduates from our education programs, Stay the Course (STC) and Education Navigation, have persevered through two challenging and unprecedented years. We are thrilled to celebrate and recognize them for their hard work and resilience.
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Catholic Charities Fort Worth (CCFW) is a learning organization that believes every person should have the opportunity to live their best life, free from poverty. Founded in 1910, CCFW works every day to make this vision a reality, serving tens of thousands of people in North Texas, and across the nation, each year. CCFW is rooted in Catholic Social Teaching and reflects these values through our client-centered approach and commitment to ensuring our practices meaningfully impact the lives of those we serve.
We strategically challenge the way poverty is addressed nationwide by creating solutions to meet the evolving needs of our community, eradicating the barriers keeping people in poverty, and transforming the narrative around poverty through advocacy and collaboration. To learn more about our unique approach, register for one of our virtual KNOW Poverty Hours here.
Our Mission is to provide service to those in need, to advocate compassion and justice in the structures of society, and to call all people of good will to do the same.
We Need to Know. Not Assume.
Learn more about our commitment to research and evaluation.
Creating Lasting Impact.
See the ways we have been able to impact the lives of those we serve and our community.
Join Us for KNOW Poverty
Sign up for a virtual KNOW Poverty Hour for a behind-the-scenes look at how we are ending poverty, one family at a time.
We serve tens of thousands of individuals and families in our 28-county diocese each year.
WE CREATE LASTING IMPACT
We measure success by end-goal impact, but we recognize the end goal looks different for each client.
That’s why we have developed a multidimensional framework to capture the complexity of poverty and better tailor our services to clients’ needs. These are our Out of Poverty Pathways:
IN THE NEWS
| CBS News | "I was amazed, I didn't think it was going to be like that, it's a nice truck," said Berry. See the moment that our client, Fred Berry, received the first vehicle he has ever owned from our donor, Gene Lamis. We were thrilled to be part of this...
“I think when we think about poverty, we think poverty is a word and it acts as an umbrella and anyone struggling with poverty falls under that umbrella, and that is not the case. There are different types of poverty. You have generational poverty, situational...
“We are called to help our brothers and sisters in need,” continued Moore. “And to do that in a spiritual way. We pray with these mothers, and we pray for them.” Photo: Juan Guajardo, North Texas Catholic
“By creating a safe and secure environment for them to acclimate to their new life, learn English and navigate the workforce, we’re showing them that we’re with them for as long as they need us, while at the same time equipping them with the tools they need to...
“You can make a difference in people’s lives,” he added. “We save them a few hundred dollars and they know [their taxes] are done correctly. It makes me feel humble that these people totally put their faith in us.” (Sam Moon, VITA volunteer for CCFW.) Photo:...
Crisis in Ukraine Together with the rest of the world, we have watched in horror as violence and war have erupted in Ukraine. There are already more than 2.9 million people in need and this number will continue to increase as many attempt to flee to safety. Because of...
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