Join us for our first-annual Spring Day of Service!
We are bringing together staff, community members and partners to give back and serve, one project at a time! Join Catholic Charities Fort Worth and the surrounding community for our first-annual Spring Day of Service on Saturday, April 29th. We will kick things off at our main campus, then disperse to complete service projects throughout Tarrant County.
We are hiring! Click below to learn more about current opportunities to join our team!
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.
For information about our Northwest Campus in the Wichita Falls Area, click below!
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:
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