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#GivingTuesday:
Make your gift go twice as far!

Donate on December 3rd at 7pm CST
via our Facebook page,

Facebook will MATCH your donation.

Your Gift will be used for:

  • Providing supplemental Child tuition costs and vital resources of daily meals and clothing.
  • Aiding the Catholic Brothers and Sisters on the ground at our locations.
  • Expanding our current sponsorship programs.

We Thank You for propelling
the CARITAS Mission and
Giving Hope to children in need
around the world…

My Joyful Gift

Visit our Facebook on December 3rd, to donate to our #GivingTuesday fundraiser:

My Joyful Gift
Interested in donating now?
You may donate anytime before or after Giving Tuesday, but gift-matching by Facebook only happens when you donate through our Facebook page on December 3rd. Click here to donate before or after Giving Tuesday.

How CARITAS makes a difference:

Impacting a child’s life by providing quality education, an enriched spirituality and better health for a brighter future. [more]
Educating the religious for positions in schools, hospitals, community and business in countries where they serve children supported by CARITAS. [more]
Working with Catholic Sisters and Nuns who service the programs CARITAS develops for needy children and families.
Providing funds for focused, driven students who need continued support to attend a university.
Supporting ancillary educational and development programs for orphans in Poland.
Raising funds for educational facilities, water purification projects and medical support for families of sponsored children.
Supporting young adults seeking an experience of encounter with Christ through CARITAS programs and services for the needy.
Proudly supporting The Catholic Charities of Chicago Adoption Services to provide loving families for children from Poland and Mexico.

“Thanks for your total commitment in serving God’s people in CARITAS for His needy children. There is joy in service, may God grant you His fulfillment here on earth and in the life to come.”

—Sister Elizabeth