Catholic Charities Lehigh Valley Ecumenical Kitchen FundThere are a number of Catholic non-profit organization that provide vital programs and minister to key constituencies throughout our community. Gifts to their endowment funds will provide the support they need to fulfill their missions forever.

Catholic ministry programs benefit communities throughout Eastern Pennsylvania that might otherwise not receive needed services. The include ecumenical kitchens, food pantries, a wide array of family services, seminary programs, and more.

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Fund provides support for the overall administration and operations of the Apostles of Jesus USA Region, its global seminarian education and formation programs, mission programs, and other special programs, as well as the maintenance, and capital improvements of the USA Region headquarters, mission facilities, and Apostles of Jesus Seminary facilities in Nairobi, Kenya.

Fund to benefit the activities, services and programs of the Catholic Charities of the Diocese of Allentown.

Catholic Charities Lehigh Valley Ecumenical Kitchen FundFund supports the operations, supplies, special programs, equipment maintenance and replacement, other maintenance and capital improvements associated with the Catholic Charities ecumenical kitchen in the Lehigh Valley.

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Catholic Charities Schuylill County Ecumenical Kitchen FundFund supports the operations, supplies, special programs, equipment maintenance and replacement, other maintenance and capital improvements associated with the Catholic Charities ecumenical kitchen in Schuylkill County, PA.

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Cay Galgon Life HouseThis fund provides support for comprehensive services, special programs, maintenance, and capital improvements for Cay Galgon Life House which supports and serves mothers and their babies through their resident and community outreach programs. The Cay Galgon Life House Fund also provides support for comprehensive services, special programs, maintenance, and capital improvements for its residential facility. The organization first began in 2012 and now serves more than 500 women each year.

Fund provides economic support for pregnant women who are considering an abortion because they cannot afford the costs associated with childbirth and the initial care of their baby(ies).

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