In addition to Court St. Jane Frances de Chantal #2699 service projects, we answer the call to say, "YES", and support State projects and charities. We do so every year to help others in the service of Christ beyond our own community. Financial donations to Texas CDA State are raised from our various fundraising activities throughout the year.
Court St. Jane Frances de Chantal #2699 donates to ALL of Texas CDA State Projects.
The American Wheelchair Mission is a non-profit organization with a goal to deliver brand new, free wheelchairs and mobility aids to physically disabled children, teens and adults throughout the world who are without mobility or the means to acquire a wheelchair. With a strong focus on the needs of the Americas, the American Wheelchair Mission will continue to change the lives of entire families with the gifts of hope, dignity, freedom and independence.
Texas' first Mobile Crisis Pregnancy Center and is parked in front of Planned Parenthood to help countless women with free pregnancy tests, free ultrasounds and free & confidential pregnancy services. The truth changes hearts, and the Blue Bus currently has an approximate 92% turn around rate for mothers, who are planning to abort, choosing life instead.
Habitat's vision is of a world where everyone has a decent place to live. It works towards its vision by building strength, stability and self-reliance in partnership with families in need of decent and affordable housting. Habitat homeowners help build their own homes alongside volunteers and pay an affordable mortgage.
A State project to aid in higher education of members and family members of Catholic Daughters of the Americas in the Texas. It's developed to:
Texas CDA offers financial assistance to eligible disaster survivors who are CDA members.
The Texas CDA State Board maintains and distributes contributions from the local courts and members throughout Texas. The CDA Texas Disaster Relief has been instrumental in the aid and support to areas in Texas that were stricken by Tornados, Hurricanes, Floods, and other devastating incidents.
EWTN is the largest religious media network in the world. Platforms include TV channels, radio services through SIRIUS/XM, iHeart Radio, and over 500 domestic and international AM & FM radio affiliates, electronic and print news services, including Catholic News Agency, “The National Catholic Register” newspaper, and several global news wire services; as well as EWTN Publishing, its book publishing division.
In addition to Court St. Jane Frances de Chantal #2699 service projects, we answer the call to say, "YES", and support State charities. We do so every year to help others in the service of Christ beyond our own community. Financial donations to Texas CDA State charities are raised from our various fundraising activities throughout the year.
Court St. Jane Frances de Chantal #2699 donates to ALL of the Texas CDA State Charities under Missions of Mercy "MOM". To learn more about Texas CDA State MOM Projects, click here.
Annunciation Maternity Home in Georgetown, Texas provides housing, educational opportunities and access to health services to young mothers facing unplanned pregnancy.
It's vision is to transform young mothers and empower them in their journey towards independence for a new beginning.
Cameron Park Colonia in Brownsville, Texas is an After School Tutorial Project that organized as part of "Proyecto Juan Diego", an initiative to improve the quality of life in Cameron Park Colonia.
Tutors help students with their homework in science, English and mathematics. The students use old computers donated by the community or private donors, such as Texas CDA & JCDA.
Casa Juan Diego in Houston, Texas follows the Catholic Worker model of Dorothy Day and Peter Maurin to serve immigrants, refugees and the poor.
It's ten homes are open to serve men, women and children with food, housing and medical assistance.
The Mother Teresa's Sisters, Missionaries of Charity in Dallas, Texas serve the poor both spiritually and monetarily. They provide essential foods to over 400 carefully screened families per month.
The Sisters also maintain the Our Lady of Guadalupe Maternity Shelter for homeless pregnant women.
The Sisters also teach catechism classes and summer programs at the St. James Parish.