Catholic Care | Support


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All over the diocese, people are giving up their time, talent, enthusiasm and money to support our work, because they believe in helping those among us who have the least. Could you be one of them?


generously donated during our 2018 Christmas Appeal

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Catholic Care | Support | Appeals

Our Appeals

Every year, Catholic Care runs 3 major appeals, drawing together parishes, schools and the public to raise money to support our work. Could you be part of these appeals?

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Catholic Care | Make a Donation


Every donation, however large or small, helps us to continue our work supporting the most vulnerable in society. We are very grateful for your support.

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Catholic Care | Support | Fundraising


Fundraising for a charity you care about can add an important extra dimension to your life. It’s a chance to spend time with others, having fun while helping people in need.

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Catholic Care | Become a volunteer

Become a Volunteer

Volunteering for a charity like Catholic Care is a great thing to do. There are so many advantages – not just for us and the people we support, but for you, too!

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Catholic Care | Support | Christmas Cards

Christmas Cards

Send the real spirit of Christmas this year with our beautiful Christmas cards. We have an excellent selection to choose from, in a range of shapes and sizes, featuring contemporary or traditional religious images.

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Catholic Care | Support | Leave a Legacy

Leave a Legacy

We are deeply grateful to all of our generous supporters who have made legacies to Catholic Care and made it possible for us to achieve so much more. Legacies are easy to include in your will.

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Catholic Care | Our Diocese | Parishes


A remarkable two-way relationship connects Catholic Care with local churches. The churches support our work financially, and in turn, we use the funds raised to help people identified locally as being in need.

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Catholic Care | 160 Anniversary

160 Anniversary

In 1863 the Catholic community in Leeds opened an orphanage to care for the most needy children in Victorian society. Much has changed over the last 160 years, but the Catholic community continues to reach out with love to those who are marginalised, of all faiths and none.

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