Robert Gorman, executive director, Catholic Charities of the Diocese of Houma-Thibodaux presents a $30,000 disaster recovery check from August 2016 flood donations made to Catholic Charities of our diocese to Carol Spruell, Communications Coordinator, Catholic Charities Diocese of Baton Rouge. Additional donations will be made to Catholic Charities Diocese of Lafayette and Catholic Charities of Southwest Louisiana and will be reported here.
Arevalos Clean Out Crew with Chris Ledet of Ledet Home Builders who gutted the homes of 7 employees of the Diocese of Baton Rouge
Deacon Lloyd, Faie and Brett Duplantis with Don Robinson, Lee Shaeffer (taking picture) and homeowner Judith Braggs after gutting her house
Catholic Charities executive director Robert Gorman at Gut Check Saturday sponsored by Together Baton Rouge, a previous Catholic Campaign for Human Development grant organization
Vandebilt Football Team, Coaches, Principal Jeremy Gueldner and President David Boudreaux clean out houses in Denham Springs
Flood Victims Donations
Donations to Catholic Charities of the Diocese of Houma-Thibodaux marked for flood victims will be sent to the Catholic Charities agencies in Louisiana most in need. Indicate that it is for the August Louisiana Floods in the 'A Specific Catholic Charities Program' box. Thank you! 100% of all donations will be sent to the Catholic Charities agencies in the flooded areas.
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