Why Jessica loves paying her bills...
See why Jessica is thankful to write her monthly bills...and how Catholic Charities helped her turn her life around.
Jessica's story (link)
(2:58 minute video)
A donation to Catholic Charities is the best investment you'll make this Christmas.
No other gift you give will touch more lives!
Two Grand Openings
The Betty Kwan Chinn Homeless Day Center held its Grand Opening on November 9 and started assisting homeless children and adults on November 18.
For information link here or call 441-9192.
Read article from Eureka Times Standard
ReStyle Marketplace is Santa Rosa's unique destination for discerning thrifters...fabulous finds at second-hand prices.
1001 W. College Ave., Santa Rosa
in the G&G Shopping Center
SHOP 10 - 6 Tuesday - Sunday
DONATE 11 - 4 Tuesday - Sunday
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We gladly accept these donations
Catholic Charities has achieved accreditation through the Council on Accreditation (COA).
We are proud to become the first Sonoma County non-profit accredited by COA.
Our accreditation covers all programs and service standards ranging from caring for seniors, counseling immigrants to challenging poverty, as well as performance and quality standards, fiscal responsibility and administration.
COA is an independent, not-for-profit organization that partners with human service organizations (like ours) worldwide to improve service delivery outcomes by developing, applying, and promoting appropriate best practice standards. Achieving accreditation was not easy — it took us over a year of hard work and dedication to achieve our goal of COA accreditation.
During that time, COA reviewed all aspects of our organization’s programs and services. COA accreditation has improved the way we deliver services to you and the community, and has established strategies for continual improvement in the years to come. Please let us know if you have any questions about accreditation and what it means for you. In addition, you can visit COA’s website at www.COAnet.org to learn more.