TOLEDO, OH—Catholic Charities Project Bethlehem Program seeks sponsors to offer Christmas assistance to individuals who have participated or are currently participating in our various direct service programs. Each regional office’s Project Bethlehem Program has a different focus and different contact person as follows:
Catholic Charities Norwalk Project Bethlehem offers assistance to individuals during the Christmas season who have received services in 2020 or are currently receiving services from Catholic Charities. Individuals, families, churches, schools, businesses and service organizations are invited to sponsor an individual by donating Christmas gifts to those we serve in the Erie and Huron County areas. For more information on Norwalk Project Bethlehem, or to become a sponsor, please contact Deb Orth, Catholic Charities Adult Advocacy Services Case Aide, 419.668.3073 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Catholic Charities Mansfield Project Bethlehem offers assistance to individuals during the Christmas season who have received services in 2020 or are currently receiving services from Catholic Charities. Individuals, families, churches, schools, businesses and service organizations are invited to sponsor an individual by donating Christmas gifts to those we serve in the Richland County area. For more information on Mansfield Project Bethlehem, or to become a sponsor, please contact Laurie Hamrick, Catholic Charities Case Manager, 419.524.0733 or email email@example.com.
Catholic Charities Toledo Metropolitan Project Bethlehem Program offers assistance to children during the Christmas season who are currently receiving services from Catholic Charities La Posada Family Emergency Shelter, Rapid Re-Housing and Permanent Supportive Housing Programs. Individuals, families, churches, schools, businesses and service organizations are invited to sponsor a child by donating Christmas gifts to those we serve in the Toledo metropolitan area. For more information on Toledo Metropolitan Project Bethlehem, or to become a sponsor, please contact Jen Voigt, Catholic Charities Permanent Supportive Housing Coordinator at 419.214.4955; or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
TOLEDO, OH—Join Bishop Daniel E. Thomas and the pro-life community of Northwest Ohio for the annual Diocese of Toledo Flyer – 2020 Mass for Life with Bishop Thomas & Eucharistic Procession. The Mass will be held Saturday, October 24 at 9 a.m. at St. Catherine of Siena Parish, 4555 N. Haven Ave., Toledo, OH.
Following the Mass, Bishop Thomas will lead a Eucharistic Procession to Capital Care, Toledo’s last remaining abortion facility, as participants chant the Divine Mercy Chaplet.
Join us for this powerful time of prayer and peaceful witness for life! Learn more by visiting www.40daysforlife.com/toledo or by contacting Peter Range, Director of the Office for Life and Justice of Catholic Charities of the Diocese of Toledo at email@example.com.
For more information, or for your group to be recognized in attendance, please contact Director of the Office for Life and Justice, Peter Range at firstname.lastname@example.org or at 419-214-4933.
“Every child who, rather than being born, is condemned unjustly to being aborted, bears the face of Jesus Christ.” – Pope Francis
Posted: Deborah Boyce
Categories: 2018 Media Releases, 2020 Media Releases, Catholic Charities, Charities Events, Charities in the News, Charities Stories of Hope, Charities Stories of Hope with Photos, Helping Hands of St. Louis Stories of Hope, Jail and Prison Ministry, Press Releases, Respect Life
MANSFIELD, OH—Catholic Charities HOPE Pantry once again participated in the 15th Annual “Make a Difference Day Food Drive” Friday, October 23. People dropped off cash, checks, canned goods and non-perishable food items all day from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. at Catholic Charities HOPE Pantry located at 523 Park Avenue East, Mansfield #ThankYou! #LivingtheGospel #FeedingtheHungry #Matthew25 #GodBless
“We hope people of Richland County will make this the biggest food drive in one day, in an effort to help families make it through to Thanksgiving,” says organizer Doc Stumbo, who said it never ceases to surprise him just how generous people are throughout Richland County. He collaborated with retired Mansfield News Journal Editor Tom Brennan to get Make a Difference Day off the ground 15 years ago.
Over $4,000 was raised and will be divided between Catholic Charities HOPE Food Pantry and Harmony House in Mansfield. Many thanks to all the individuals and groups that donated funds, food, and volunteered, as well as the many sponsors who make this community event possible each year! #GodBless #Together #WeAretheChristsHandsandHeartIntheWorld