Find Your Joy by Serving Those in Need – Annual Appeal 2015

Because of the generosity of people like you, Catholic Charities serves more than 60,000 people in Eastern Oklahoma each year. Our 13 programs serve those in need regardless of their religion, race or creed.

The majority of funding for operations is provided by individuals, parishes and charitable organizations. No funds are received from the Diocesan Development Fund and Catholic Charities is not a United Way Agency.

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Donate to the Annual Appeal and help support those served by Catholic Charities

Volunteer at Catholic Charities – you can work on a variety of projects…by yourself, with your family or with a school or parish group

Get involved in a seasonal collection – from canned goods to diapers, Catholic Charities is always in need of donations of goods…the perfect way for students and parish groups to get involved

Pray for the needs of those who suffer – this is something easy that anyone can do!

Will you support Catholic Charities’ Annual Appeal with a gift or pledge?

If you will be a repeat donor or you are a volunteer, thank you! Giving to those in need is a simple way to bring JOY into your life and the lives of others. Prayerfully consider how you can find your joy by serving those in need. Together, we can make a huge difference in the lives of Eastern Oklahomans.

Click here to see how you can make a donation.

Thank you and God Bless You!

Rev. Dcn. Kevin M. Sartorius
Executive Director

 

 

Brrrrrr….it must be Coats for Kids time!

Donate your gently-used coats to those in need this winter.

Brrrrrr…it must be Coats for Kids time!

trav's-coats-for-kids-logos-2010-FINALMore than 250,000 coats have been distributed since Coats for Kids began at Catholic Charities in 1991. With a chilly winter ahead, your gently-used coats are much needed by those we serve. Again this year, we are looking forward to spreading the warmth throughout Eastern Oklahoma.

Donate

Bring new or gently-used adult and children’s coats to any Tulsa area Yale Cleaners by December 31, 2014. They will clean the coats and deliver to Catholic Charities for distribution.

Receive

Does your family need coats this winter? To participate in Coats for Kids, you will need to bring a valid ID (social security card, Sooner Care card, school or state ID) to Catholic Charities’ campus located at 2450 North Harvard during operating hours. ID for each person receiving a coat must be presented to obtain a voucher and additional persons will not be added to vouchers without proper ID. Only one voucher will be issued per household.

November 11 thru January 17
Tuesday-Friday 9am-2pm
Tuesday evenings 4:30pm-6:30pm
Saturdays – Nov. 15, Dec. 6, Dec. 13, Jan. 10, Jan. 17 – 9am-Noon

Thanks to Yale Cleaners and Oklahoma’s Own NewsOn6 for sponsoring and promoting this fabulous program for more than 20 years.

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Job Postings

Applicants for certain positions will be required to undergo drug and alcohol screening as well as criminal background checks.

Ministerial Positions: Catholic Charities serves those in need in the name of the Catholic Church. In positions listed as ministerial, the employee speaks for the Church when delivering services. In compliance with the 1964 Civil Rights Act, Catholic Charities strongly prefers individuals living their Catholic faith. This criteria will be a component in the selection process for ministerial positions.

Non-Ministerial Positions: In compliance with the 1964 Civil Rights Act, Catholic Charities does not use religious affiliation as a component in the selection process of non-ministerial positions.

Case Manager Generalist in Pregnancy and Adoption Services

This full-time benefited position will provide case management services to clients in the following departments:  Adoption Services, Blessed Mother Teresa Women’s Health Services, Rachel’s Vineyard and NFP.  This individual will be bi-lingual in Spanish and English and will be required to consult and collaborate with an interdisciplinary team. Schedule will fluctuate with some evenings and weekends as needed. Click here to view a full job description.

Residential Care Assistant – Weekends

This non-benefited position assists with the overall operations of Madonna House, a residential program for pregnant women and their newborn infants, on any of the following weekend shifts: 8am to 4pm, 4pm to midnight and midnight to 8am. Click here to view a full job description.

Residential Care Assistant – Overnight

This non-benefited position assists with the overall operations of Madonna House, a residential program for pregnant women and their newborn infants, from midnight to 8am, Sunday through Friday. Click here to view a full job description.