Some experts project that one-third of non-profits may fail as a result of Covid-19. The president of one of our Ladies of Charity associations writes, “…we have some challenges ahead, but we are cautiously optimistic.”
Our Pantry Manager, Barbara Glover, came up with the idea of taking the pantry to the clients.
Our Lady of Perpetual Help LOC, Archdiocese of Washington, altered its Christmas Project Giveaway to comply with Covid-19 restrictions while still continuing their 50-year tradition of serving the neediest in the community.
A tremendous group effort by the Vincentian Family made Christmas a little brighter for the residents and staff of Symphony Manor, an Assisted Living facility in Lancaster, NY.
Due to COVID-19, the dinner was a grab-n-go drive-through and walk-up service. Approximately 2,500 dinners were served to the community!
We are happy to share a few items from the Winter 2020 issue of Charity Link, the newsletter of the Buffalo Ladies of Charity.
The Thrift Shop outgrew three shop locations over the years and with ever increasing rental costs, the LOC-LT took a leap of faith and built their own shop.
The Our Lady of Mount Carmel Parish in Pittsburgh, PA recently completed formation of its first Junior Ladies of Charity (JLOC) chapter.
The emergency assistance program of the Ladies of Charity of Knoxville was highlighted in an article on the East Tennessee Catholic website.