Catholic Charities’ Bakhita Empowerment Initative worked with the Attorney General’s office on a new campaign to combat human trafficking. Click here for the full Commonwealth of Kentucky press release. See Something – Say Something – Save a Life!
Most charities help people in need through “one-way giving,” where nothing is expected of the individuals receiving assistance. This model eventually hurts both the organization and the client by leading the needy to dependence and the giver to resentment, said Jim Wehner, who spoke to about 80 volunteers and staff members of local service agencies… Read more
I recently visited Virginie Kalwaye, surrounded by wonderful babies at Catholic Charities, to hear a little more about her life as a migrant. She and her family were refugees for 15 years before resettling here in Louisville in September of 2015. Now, she works part-time with the children and babies at Catholic Charities’ nursery, while… Read more
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NCFL Family Learning launches three new Louisville sites Ten total sites serve vulnerable families LOUISVILLE, Ky. (October 23, 2017) – Ronald Triplett says enrolling in NCFL Family Learning at 2NOT1 Fatherhood and Family Initiative has completely changed his life. Triplett, a single father of four teenagers, attended weekly meetings to learn how to better connect… Read more