Catholic Charities Receives $10,000 from Frost Bank for Disaster Relief

Frost Bank presents Catholic Charities with $10,000 for disaster relief.

Frost Bank presented Catholic Charities with a $10,000 check to benefit Hurricane Harvey Relief efforts on Wed., Sept. 20 at Catholic Charities’ central office. From left: Catholic Charities Board Member Ellen Ginty, Frost Bank President Faith Muth, Frost Bank Assistant Vice President Karen B. White, Catholic Charities President and CEO Cynthia N. Colbert, and Catholic Charities Board Member Nancy Evetts.

Frost Bank presented a $10,000 check today to Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of Galveston-Houston, the region’s leader in long term disaster recovery services, to continue serving individuals and families impacted by Hurricane Harvey. The funds will help connect people seeking assistance to needed resources and referrals, and help Catholic Charities provide long-term case management services.

“Having the support of our business community is such a blessing,” said Cynthia N. Colbert, MSW Catholic Charities president and CEO. “We are just beginning the long, slow recovery process, and these funds are essential to continue our relief efforts. We are so grateful for the support of Frost Bank.”

Frost Bank President Faith Muth and Assistant Vice President and Catholic Charities Board Member Karen B. White were in attendance to present the check.

“Frost Bank is committed to helping our community recover from Harvey, and we thank Catholic Charities for allowing us to be a part of their relief efforts,” said Karen B. White, Assistant Vice President, Frost Bank.

Catholic Charities Disaster Recovery services helps individuals and families dealing with the aftermath of natural disasters like hurricanes, floods and other catastrophes. The organization provides response coordination and short-term and long-term recovery services so they can get back on their feet as quickly as possible.

To continue to help those impacted by Hurricane Harvey,