2020 was a year of unexpected and unprecedented stress on philanthropic organizations, and non-profits need to be more directed and focused than ever.
Teaching your kids the benefits of staying involved with and giving back to their community can pay dividends in many ways throughout their lives.
As with everything in 2020, our Annual KFI Pastathon was a little different this year. The Pastathon, which is the largest single yearly fundraiser for Caterina’s Club, was held virtually on from December 1st – 4th. We raised a grand total $770,827 and obtained an impressive amount of 75,980 lbs of pasta and sauce!
The lack of affordable housing has been a problem in Orange County for some time. Even for those who are housed, the line between paying the rent and being out on the street is a fragile one. The COVID pandemic has further exacerbated the housing crisis and strained resources beyond their maximum capacity. For instance, […]
There’s no doubt our seniors are especially at risk to health concerns from the coronavirus, and those in the working force have both physical and economic well-being matters to traverse, but our children are in many ways uniquely vulnerable. While everyone needs to make adjustments to the new normal, kids have far less basis for […]
Despite what may be occurring in the world, life goes on. Holidays of national remembrance are important and most especially personal days for families, such as birthdays and anniversaries, are of greater significance when nothing else is normal. You can’t stop living, but there are safety precautions you can take while celebrating with loved ones […]
Read on to learn these families stories, and how Caterina’s Club has helped them thrive in their community
The importance of stable housing cannot be over-emphasized, and the efforts of successful partnerships can go a long way to impact your community housing initiatives.
Not so long ago, volunteering at your favorite nonprofit typically involved getting out and working with others to accomplish a specific task. Today, there are new methods to build real-world connections virtually and support your nonprofit.
We believe everyone needs to stay alert and stay safe during this troubling time. Showing empathy to your customers can go a long way to helping your organization.