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Welcome to The Catholic Foundation, Diocese of Parramatta

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"And now these three remain: faith, hope and charity..."

– 1 Corinthians 13:13

Regular Giving

Donors may choose to support all the works of faith, hope and charity on a monthly basis, and may choose to become a bronze level Ambassador of Faith, Hope and Charity.

Major Giving

Major Gifts to The Catholic Foundation will support our works of faith, hope and charity in the Diocese of Parramatta. Special pins are awarded to acknowledge extraordinary gifts and to recognise total giving reaching significant milestones.

Regular Giving

Donors can choose to support a single work of faith, hope or charity on a monthly basis.

News & Events

A Young Mother’s Hopelessness and CatholicCare’s Charity

Sarah, from ‘Houses to Homes’ – A CatholicCare program assisting young mothers facing homelessness, and who are often fleeing domestic violence – was interviewed for the launch. Sarah, a young migrant and now mother, was pregnant, isolated and alone when she was first received by CatholicCare’s “Houses to Homes” program. The following interview details her…

David Parker (Manager at The Ephpheta Centre) Shares His Journey in Auslan

Hi I am David Parker I have been with Ephpheta for 7 years. I became a Catholic last year and I am a proud Catholic. I am still a rookie. My deaf wife and my hearing daughters are all Catholics. I use Auslan – the sign language of the deaf community in Australia. It is…

The Catholic Foundation’s Pre-launch Dinner

On 4 November, 2017, the Diocese of Parramatta held a Pre-Launch Dinner at the Novotel (Parramatta) with Heads of Agencies and major donors across the Diocese, to announce the launch of The Catholic Foundation, which took place in parishes on 19 November. The event showcased the recently created website – yourcatholicfoundation.org.au – and the newly…

Testimonials

Christiane Kassab

“I wasn’t always deaf. I began losing my hearing when I was 14. And I can’t really describe that feeling when I first came here (The Ephpheta Centre) when I was 16, to see people like me, especially at a time when I was feeling a bit confused and didn’t know the kind of person I had to change into. It just had a profound impact on me, discovering who I was, and who I would become.”

Christiane Kassab, Community Worker at the Ephpheta Centre

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