Catholic Charities News
Boston – One of the core tenets of our work is a commitment to those who are most vulnerable in our community. It is hard to imagine a more vulnerable person than one who may be fleeing violence and oppression in their home country.
The practice of separating children from their parents at the U.S. border with Mexico, many of whom are desperately fleeing violence in their own countries and seeking asylum, is not only inhumane, it is immoral and un-American.
United Way Announces Winners of Competitive Grant Awards and Launches New Game-Changing Technology Partnership
Welcomes 20 new diverse non-profit organizations and distributes over $30.8M in funding across the region to effect lasting change
Combined Jewish Philanthropies’ Legal Aid Fund for Immigrants raises more than $600,000 for Catholic Charities of Boston
Contributions being used to support individuals and families in the Greater Boston area
The Cap on Kids - also called the Family Cap - denies welfare benefits to 8,700 children conceived while - or soon after - the family received benefits. Learn more about how you can co-sponsor Rep. Decker's Amendment #1361 to lift the Cap on Kids here.