Catholic Charities






Catholic T-shirt Club has Partnered with Catholic Charities Fort Worth in an Effort to Help end Poverty both Locally and Nationally

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How Does Catholic Charities Help End Poverty?

"When a client walks in and sits down with a Hope Center Specialist, we want relaxation to set in from their shoulders all the way down to their toes, as they finally have the space to breathe and the space to see a future that isn’t rooted in poverty."

Heather Reynolds, President and CEO - Catholic Charities Fort Worth

Tens of Thousands of Families

Catholic Charities serves refugees, homeless, immigrants, veterans, vulnerable populations, and the working poor. Their unique approach in facing poverty has helped thousands to get out of poverty once and for all. Their multi-faceted approach puts a focus on the people, not just their situation, and offers hope to all those who need it.

All of Catholic Charities services are in alignment with Catholic Church teaching, and 90% of every dollar donated goes back directly into client services.

Family Income

Income Increase

After 6 months, 34% of families increased their income by $10,000 per year in the Padua Project

Career Coaching


67% of career coaching clients obtained employment within their first three months of enrollment

Hope Given

Crisis Relief

In 2016 through the Hope Center, 97% of people reported that their financial crisis improved

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It's Time to End Poverty

Every Subscription from Catholic T-shirt Club helps to fund efforts to end poverty in our country in ways like: providing transportation, education, and a means to learn how to escape poverty for thousands of people who are in need.  Be part of the movement, and join us in our mission to eradicate poverty, the Catholic way.

Every month, 10% of the proceeds from your subscription is donated to Catholic Charities in an effort to help those in poverty to support their families and so much more.

“Accompanying on its own is not enough. It is not enough to offer someone a sandwich unless it is accompanied by the possibility of learning how to stand on one’s own two feet. Charity that leaves the poor person as he is, is not sufficient. True mercy, the mercy God gives to us and teaches us, demands justice, it demands that the poor find the way to be poor no longer. It asks — and it asks us, the Church, us, the City of Rome, it asks the institutions — to ensure that no one ever again stand in need of a soup-kitchen, of makeshift lodgings, of a service of legal assistance in order to have his legitimate right recognized to live and to work, to be fully a person.”

—Pope Francis

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