- Apr 22
People throughout West Michigan are hungry. But their hunger is not limited to food. As humans, we experience a hunger for many needs; safety, companionship, unity, peace. Each one of our collaborative and innovative programs is dedicated to meeting these needs.
There is one hunger that we all share. That is the hunger for HOPE. Catholic Charities West Michigan is redefining what it means to "feed the hungry," so as to address ALL the different needs that exist in our community.
As you explore the different services we offer, we invite you to ask yourself the question:
What hunger will YOU feed?
To further improve safety, quality and consistency of services and outcomes for children and families, Catholic Charities West Michigan will be participating in the Kent County Performance-Based Child Welfare pilot program. This program is designed…
We are taught from a young age the importance of forgiveness. There are a million famous quote about how forgiving makes you brave, makes you strong, makes you the bigger person. When you feel you…
$12,781.51 is headed to our Muskegon Baby Pantry courtesy of Fr. Matthew Barnum and his “Honor St. Patrick” fundraiser!
Served to the hungry
Growing stronger through Family Preservation
Counseled adults, children, and families.
Found forever homes through adoption.