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Growing up, I was always hungry. Your program saved my life. God bless you.
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Our daughter is so much happier since she’s been going to your special ESL program after school.
"They want you to better yourself and prepare for your future."
It was just so nice to be greeted warmly and to be respected.”
“They were so kind to us during the whole difficult transition. We really felt like they cared.”

Baltimore Archbishop William E. Lori Responds to recent Executive Orders Affecting Migrants and Refugees
"In recent days, President Donald Trump signed a number of executive orders that have caused many of our immigrant sisters and brothers to fear for their future in this country and for the stability of their families, including one order that suspends the U.S. refugee admissions program." ... Read more
Shop at AmazonSmile and help Catholic Charities!
AmazonSmile gives you the chance to shop online at Amazon and help Catholic Charities at the same time. If you use the Catholic Charities sign-on, 0.5% of the total will be donated, and go to work helping our neighbors in need! ... Read more
Esperanza Center on CNN
Former Esperanza Center client Williams Guevara Martinez and Esperanza pro bono attorney Scott Rose were interviewed by W. Kamau Bell for an episode of United Shades of America, focusing on the experience of immigrants to the U.S. and the backlash that immigration has created among some American. Williams now has permanent legal status, attends school and works full time. ... Read more