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Foster Care. Foster Hope. Foster care gives children and teens a home they need and deserve. It gives them hope to see that there is a world where love, safety and security exists. Children come into foster care for a number of different reasons. Often they have experienced abuse and neglect, but sometimes the […]
CCC’s Housing Opportunities for Persons with HIV/AIDS (HOPWA) provides services to low-income individuals living with HIV/AIDS in order to increase housing stability, decrease the risk of homelessness, and increase access to care and medical support services. HOPWA Services Include: Rent and utility assistance Short-term assistance to prevent homelessness Case management Resource identification Access to nutritional […]
Speak to an adoption counselor today to learn about potential adoptive parents. You can also click here to see profiles. Call or Text: 804.615.7007 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Hit a homerun for Commonwealth Catholic Charities by attending the April 8th Salem Red Sox game! Purchase your tickets through CCC for the special ticket price of $8 and you’ll be helping the many CCC services in the Roanoke area. And, at this game, it’s a special Halfway to Halloween event where kids can trick or treat. Stop […]
Eat, drink, be merry, and support CCC! Hutch Bar & Eatery will donate 10% of its proceeds on February 28 to CCC! Hutch Bar & Eatery is located on 1308 Gaskins Road, Richmond, VA 23228: www.hutchrva.com CCC you there!
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The Altria Companies Employee Community Fund (ACECF) has generously awarded Commonwealth Catholic Charities (CCC) $25,000 to support victims of domestic violence in Central and Southwestern Virginia. “With the support of ACECF, we will be able to provide free counseling and support services to victims of domestic violence in Central and Southwestern Virginia, as well as […]
Earlier this month, Commonwealth Catholic Charities (CCC) and seven high school students, all refugees, toured the campus of Virginia Tech Carilion School of Medicine. The students, now living in Roanoke, are originally from the Congo, Iraq, and Syria. Each has hopes of one day pursuing a career in medicine. “We had a great tour and […]