From angels and alpacas to Santa and superheroes, the 66th annual Archbishop’s Benefit for Children Christmas party delighted hundreds of kids, while instilling in them the meaning of Jesus’ birth.
Archbishop Nelson Pérez recently welcomed some 300 young guests to the 66th annual Archbishop’s Benefit for Children Christmas party, a festive bash that caps a year-round fundraising effort for Catholic Social Services of the Archdiocese of Philadelphia!
Catholic Social Services Southwest Philadelphia Family Service Center held a meet and greet last week for parents and community members.
Several moms-to-be are ready for their “little bundles of joy,” thanks to a community baby shower hosted this week by archdiocesan Catholic Social Services (CSS) at its Delaware County Family Services Center.
Thank you for for giving children hope to realize their God-given potential!
More than three dozen little learners received their diplomas June 18 from the Casa del Carmen Preschool Academy, a top-rated early learning center operated by archdiocesan Catholic Social Services.
Some 20 ladies served by Women of Hope and Mercy Hospice relaxed royally at a July 9 luau luncheon sponsored by Catholic Social Services.
The Archbishop’s Benefit for Children, an annual fundraiser that concludes with a lavish holiday party for kids, looked different this year but the joy and hope it creates remained stronger than ever.
Video marks 65 years of Archbishop’s Benefit for Children Christmas Party
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