Catholic Charities Parallels to Others

catholiccharitiesIn keeping with the Cancer Fairy Godmother ‘s objective to find free or low cost services the Catholic Charities organization is another agency that provides nutritious emergency meals and a full range of housing services for low income and vulnerable individuals and families. The Catholic Charities tradition parallels others in affirming that food and shelter are basic human rights. Until adequately available to all, Catholic Charities will continue to provide these essential services and work toward better policies to ensure both are more widely accessible.

What can you expect to find at catholic charities?

1. Emergency meals served in parish and community food program

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6 Responses to Catholic Charities Parallels to Others

  1. Monica May 2, 2009 at 2:50 pm #

    My name is Monica

    I have been recently been diagnosed with kidney cancer i am only 40 years of age and the Dr’s find it strange that a person of my age has this. while in the hospital i was In ICU for 4 days. my heart and lungs gave out on me for a short period of time. i was on life support for 2 days. All i want to do now is to live not only for myself but for my children.
    I have 2 young children one 12 the other 7 and i need to be with them. ,
    My husband of 21 years walked out on us 2 months before i found out i had this ( i ha been a housewife for the past 10 years). I have had to relay on the medicaid to help with my medical bills but i am stilll short and now am asking for donations.
    If you trust me and in God you will help. I am not making this a get rich sceam nor am I trying to scam anyone. I am asking for myself im making this a survivor plea for myself and for my young children. please help.
    You may donate cash donations at paypal

  2. Gwen Norton June 28, 2010 at 4:15 am #

    Hi, I lost my husband to esophegeal cancer 19 mos. ago. I know exactly the financial and other hardships these families are experiencing. Even with insurance, it is possibe to become completely sunk. My children and I are slowly but surely putting our life back together, it definately is NOT easy and I am certain that I would not be doing nearly as well as I am with out support, financial and otherwise that I have received from so many. My children understandably can sometimes begin to feel sorry for themselves, and they certainly are angry and want to wage a fight against cancer! I am trying to turn this into a learning experience to the greatest extent possible. Would it be possible to help sponser a specific family? I think this would be so good for my children, and they could also possibly help children who may not believe that anyone else understands them or knows what it feels like to be going through what they are going through.

  3. d October 6, 2011 at 3:12 am #

    please remove my letter i humbly beg you please

  4. valerie ujueta January 18, 2013 at 12:00 pm #

    hi ive been told i have stage 4 cervial plus tumor in bladder i will b gettig a bag so i can go to bathroom i am at sloane kettring i finally fought for coverage now disabilty i am widow 6 children always worked i am worried as my rent and lights i never thought this would happen i am praying tumor shrinks but am looking for temp help till disabilty kicks in this is still unreal to me

  5. Aviva Zayan January 23, 2013 at 11:59 pm #

    Hi! My name is Aviva, I was diagnosed with Hodgkin’s lymphoma. Since my diagnosis I have not been able to work as I used to drive all over the Midwest. Financially distraught, having to depend on people for everything. Haven’t been able to do much lately. The bills are piling up and I am trying not to stress out about it since it makes me sick when I do. Trying to get thru the treatments has been getting harder and sometimes I can barely eat. Sometimes I just want to give up. I don’t have much family support, half the time they forget I exist even now when I need them most. Any help is greatly appreciated. Thank you for any help!

  6. andrea smith June 20, 2014 at 8:09 pm #

    im 41yrs old and have been diagnosed with stage3 breasr cancer i have had a mastectomy and about to start radiation treatments on 6/25/2014 my job had just ended my short term disability and now my income is currently $0 i live in a hotel for $139 wkly and now im homeless bcause im still recovering from my surgery have Rx that i cant now afford bcause of no income and not physically able to return to work right now if there is a GOD which i know it is someone please help me who knows once i return to work i may need to lend a helping hand to someone else that has breast cancer as well GOD bless……

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