Catholic charities mark 10 years of partnership

Representatives from 25 Catholic charities gathered together today to recognise a decade of collaboration to promote legacy giving. The meeting, at Catholic Bishops’ Conference of England and Wales in London,…

Catholics invited to consider gifts in Wills

With Catholic Legacy Week running from 20-26 May, people are being invited to remember Catholic causes in their Will. Your Catholic Legacy – a consortium of more than 20 charities…

Zumalai’s Good Shepherds sewing face masks

All schools and universities are now closed in Timor-Leste as a precaution against the arrival of Covid-19. So far, there are 24 confirmed cases of the virus and, fortunately, no…

Building resilient communities in Zimbabwe

Thanks to the Catholic community in England and Wales, CAFOD continues to tackle malnutrition in Zimbabwe, helping people grow more food, training communities to understand good nutrition, and providing clean…

Homeless Hub is proving a real success

In December 2018 Caritas Anchor House launched a new Rough Sleepers Hub in Newham – where homelessness is the worst in the country. Following a successful pilot, the hub’s capacity…

New van for Manchester Food bank

Manchester Central Foodbank, the first student-led foodbank in the country, was established almost five years ago as a project of the Manchester Universities’ Catholic Chaplaincy. Over the last five years…

New free booklet on inspirational Saint

Apostleship of the Sea (AoS) has produced a booklet about St Peter Claver (1581-1654), patron Saint of seafarers, and a major inspiration to the charity. Peter was a Spanish Jesuit…