IT’S POVERTY AWARENESS MONTH
Honoring the dignity of each person, we help eradicate barriers that prevent individuals and families from living in full dignity and freedom. This month in particular, we want to share what we have learned in order to build a stronger community. Are you ready to learn more about poverty?
Catholic Charities Fort Worth (CCFW) is a learning organization that ends poverty by creating solutions, eradicating barriers, and transforming the conversation around poverty. Founded in 1910, CCFW holds true to its Catholic roots while continually evolving and refining services to better benefit those we serve.
We strategically challenge the way poverty is addressed nationwide by scrupulously testing the effectiveness of our own case management methods through research partnerships, exporting our known-solutions to other non-profits, and serving as a resource for what works on a local, state, and national-level. We invite you to come and check out our nonprofit 2.0 approach.
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
In 2019, more than 200 families left poverty behind for good through our services.
That’s 200 families who:
Earn Living Wages
Have No Inappropriate Debt
Have Demonstrated Savings Behaviors And Have Established A Savings Account
Are Free Of Government Assistance.
Most importantly, that’s 200 families living the bigger, brighter future they deserve.
IN THE NEWS
“It’s been said that when America catches a cold, the Black community gets pneumonia,” Bob Ray Sanders, communications director for the Fort Worth Metropolitan Black Chamber of Commerce, told the Second Annual Inclusion Forum hosted by Catholic Charities Fort Worth...
To be a Catholic Charities Fort Worth client, colleague, or volunteer working side by side with Kimberly Lawrence, LCSW, is to feel safe within the supportive embrace of her twinkling-eyed humor, her air of humility, and her empathetic gaze. It is to be uplifted by...
As food insecurity increases during the pandemic, one of the biggest challenges for local food pantries and food banks is the confusion about how and where struggling families can find healthy food options. That's why Catholic Charities Fort...
This spring, the organization celebrated 110 years of sustaining its mission: to serve those in need, to advocate for compassion and justice in the structures of society, and to call others of good will to do the same. The charity began on St. Patrick’s Day of 1910,...
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