For 80 years, Catholic Charities has provided help and created hope to thousands of people in the Greater Houston region, helping people live with dignity and become self-sufficient.
Our organization is filled with gratitude for the thousands of supporters over the years who have made a difference in the lives of the individuals and families we serve right here in the Greater Houston region.
Join us in celebrating 80 years of changing lives and our gratitude for Catholic Charities’ faithful supporters, who embrace our mission to serve as a sign of God’s love and compassion in the community.
Our impact on the community would not be as great without your kindness and generosity!
Did You Know?
Why is the name Galveston-Houston?
Catholic Charities began in Galveston in 1943. As homage to our agency’s beginnings, Galveston comes before Houston in our name.
The agency has had four name changes.
Catholic Charities has been known by four different names:
- Catholic Family and Children Services
- Catholic Community Services
- Associated Catholic Charities
- Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of Galveston-Houston
Over the past 80 years, you’ve helped us make an impact on thousands of lives in the Greater Houston community.
Read more and learn about the difference you’ve made.
Make an Impact
Make a Gift
Your support of Catholic Charities ensures that we continue to help those who are suffering in our community by feeding the hungry, providing shelter for a single woman veteran and her children, or reuniting children separated from their families.
Help us to continue to make an impact on the Greater Houston region for the next 80 years.
Become a Volunteer
Volunteers are essential in fulfilling our mission here at Catholic Charities. They help us ensure that the stranger gets welcomed, the senior is looked after, the hungry are fed, and the children are served.
Celebrate our 80th birthday with us by signing up to volunteer with Catholic Charities. Join us in continuing to serve the community by sharing your time and your talent.