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Catholic Charities promotes familiar face to oversee programs

CarrieLynn Mascaro will be promoted to yet another role that demands her experience, dedication and passion for the most vulnerable.

Arizona’s Catholic Charities welcomes new director of marketing

She is no stranger to nonprofit work, recently leading one organization in a complete redesign of all print and digital content for more than 70,000 readers and followers.

Catholic Charities showcases programs at inaugural breakfast

When Dr. Zlata Kovacevic arrived in the United States 20 years ago from Bosnia with her two daughters, she had nothing. Her husband, who had immigrated a year earlier, had died just the day before. It was a representative from Catholic Charities who met them at the airport and helped them resettle.

Veterans cook up new careers with help of Catholic Charities café

Its third crop of interns is brewing now, thanks to Catholic Charities staff who invests in them.

‘Outstanding Fundraising Executive’ title goes to Catholic Charities

Tamara Bohannon, vice president of advancement at Catholic Charities, and a parishioner of St. Francis Xavier, received the award from the Association of Fundraising Professionals, AFP, Nov. 9.

Two Catholic agencies make modern affordable housing a reality for families,...

Catholic Charities celebrated a re-grand opening of its newest affordable housing project while similar tax credits is allowing the Foundation for Senior Living to renovate two properties in Kingman.

Catholic Charities Community Services: 83 years of relationships

As CEO of Catholic Charities, I travel from northern Pinal County to the Nevada-border town of Bullhead City to meet with Catholic Charities staff, community partners and the people we serve in central and northern Arizona.

Verde Villas community models housing projects for Catholic Charities

Desert Willow, a 57-unit complex in Tempe near St. Margaret Parish and the light rail, is poised to be a similar effort, and will celebrate a grand opening Sept. 27.

Eight-year-old girl aids homeless veterans with classic lemonade stand

For many Valley youths, hosting a summertime lemonade stand is a rite of passage, one that teaches them the value of hard work and perseverance. But for one Phoenix third-grader, Laine Parnell, her stand offering fresh lemonade and homemade cookies offered her a much greater lesson in charity and compassion for the less fortunate.