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Catholic Charities Appeal Night with the Philadelphia 76ers!

Philadelphia 76ers vs. Brooklyn Nets

Thursday, February 20th – 8:00 pm

Catholic Charities Night with the Sixers was held on Thursday, February 20, 2020. Thanks to the generosity of CCA donors, over 150 tickets were sold! A portion of all proceeds from ticket sales went directly to our amazing CCA beneficiaries.

 Jim Amato, Secretary for Catholic Human Services, along with several Catholic Social Services beneficiaries were honored on-court prior to the start of the game. Jim oversees Catholic Social Services which is the largest beneficiary of the Catholic Charities Appeal. Last year, through various CSS programs over 950,000 people were positively impacted! We are so grateful to Jim for joining us for CCA Night with the Sixers!

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Read more about the amazing beneficiaries that accompanied Jim to the game:

 Dolores is a resident of Divine Providence Village. She has lived at DPV for 34 years and enjoys spending time with her family, doing crafts, and going shopping. She said, “DPV is great. I get to go out with my friends to do activities and sometimes out to eat. The staff here are my friends.”

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“St. John’s Hospice is a beautiful place that has done a lot for me, helping me stay clean, focused and off the streets. I want for nothing and the staff are great. I can talk to them, and they are always there for me.” – Thorman, St. John Hospice, resident

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 Jack has lived at Don Guanella Homes for 43 years. He is a big sports fan and often serves as an altar server for many special liturgical functions. Jack attends Fatima Day Program and volunteers at a local nursing home once a week.

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 “When all else had failed, and I had no hope, and no inspiration, no vision for tomorrow; when I thought all else had failed, I walked through the doors of the Good Shepherd Program and a burden was lifted off my shoulders. I knew there was light at the end of the tunnel. God showed me there is hope, inspiration, and a better way to live.” – Levi, Good Shepherd Program resident. 

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