Extreme flooding in several of the counties that comprise our Kansas City-Saint Joseph diocese have devastated towns and farms. Catholic Charities of Kansas City-St. Joseph is working to provide emergency assistance to those in need. Click here to donate now to support our relief efforts.

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Catholic Charities Moving to Main Street

“As we mark our 135th year of service to this community, we see our new home at 850 Main as a new beginning. Catholic Charities has been on the front-line of fighting poverty since 1879,” said CEO Deacon Dan Powers. New Building Marks Agency’s 135th Anniversary KANSAS CITY, MO, September 15, 2014 – Catholic Charities of…
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St. Michael’s Veterans Center Receives Ongoing Food Donation

“It’s all about veterans helping veterans,” DAV State Chaplain Marvin Chaney said. “We always say we’ll never rest until the needs of every American veteran and their families are met.” Service Project Helps Community Gard Take Root KANSAS CITY, MO – A local chapter of Disabled American Veterans will give the St. Michael’s Veterans Center…
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Surge in Registrations Puts Outpace Poverty Over the Top

“We’re really excited about the walk, but even more so about the movement that’s being created in Kansas City to provide help and hope to thousands of our neighbors who struggle with poverty,” Vincent Anch, Catholic Charities Foundation Executive Director, said. June 21 Event at Liberty Memorial Gains Momentum KANSAS CITY, MO – A huge…
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Kansas City’s Only Walk to Reduce Poverty This Saturday

In Kansas City and the surrounding Missouri counties, about 17 percent of individuals live in poverty. About 25 percent of children under 18 live in poverty. And research shows that the problem is growing worse. Event Raises Awareness, Funds for 150,000 People in Need KANSAS CITY, MO – Kansas City’s only walk that raises awareness…
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U.S. Bank Employees in Kansas City Teach Personal Finance to Urban Youth

“Learning about saving money, budgeting and other personal finance subjects is empowering. The lessons the youth will receive will be fun and interactive as well as educational.” Urban Ranger Corps Participate in Financial Education KANSAS CITY (June 18, 2014) — U.S. Bank in the Kansas City metropolitan area is supporting Catholic Charities of Kansas City-St.…
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