Posts Tagged ‘Catholic Caring Foundation’

Thanks for your donations to the national Catholic appeals

Monday, May 8th, 2023

Auckland Bishop, Steve Lowe, has thanked everyone for donating to his Catholic Caring Foundation’s flood and cyclone appeals. Lowe reports that 69 grants have been given to charities and agencies throughout greater Auckland to help families, people and communities in need. “The outpouring of generosity throughout the country and overseas has been humbling,” he says. Read more

Catholic Caring Foundation steps up to help after floods

Thursday, February 9th, 2023
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There’s a long recovery ahead for Auckland, says Catholic Caring Foundation manager, Ann-Marie Parker. “Homes have been totally destroyed, leaving many families literally with just the clothes on their backs. They will have to begin to rebuild their lives from zero,” she says. But, besides being left with nothing, Parker is concerned that many will Read more

Blenheim parish welcomes Auckland diocese support after Kaikoura earthquake

Friday, November 18th, 2016

Auckland Bishop Patrick Dunn is anxious to assist the people who have been affected by the recent and ongoing devastating earthquake in North Canterbury and has called on Auckland Catholics to offer their support. To allow this to happen the diocese of Auckland, through its agency the Catholic Caring Foundation, has launched an appeal. Star of the Read more

Catholic Caring Foundation celebrates and thanks

Friday, July 24th, 2015

On Wednesday, the Catholic Caring Foundation in Auckland held a Mass to thank all the people who are involved in the various programmes that it supports. After the Mass representatives from these organisations were presented with certificates. The mass took place at this time to draw attention to Caring Sunday which occurs on 26 July. Read more

Catholics and Salvation Army agree: NZ Pacificans ‘hardest hit’ by recession

Tuesday, May 21st, 2013

More government action is needed to address high unemployment and a widening income gap for Pacific people according to a Salvation Army report, “More Than Churches, Rugby and Festivals”. The report claims Pacific people now have the highest unemployment, the lowest incomes and a widening income gap that could mean they’re left behind when the economy Read more