Featured Charities

Austin Chapter Featured Charities

Various Austin Area Charities come to the Chapter to present their mission to the councils and assemblies in the Austin Area. This is a place where we will include links to qualifying charities that have presented to the Chapter for your organization to consider supporting.

Note the Chapter does not normally support individual charities outside of the Clergy Appreciation Dinner, the Chapter is a place to get the word out to the Councils and Assemblies.

Texas State Charities LinkHelp get God’s word out to our Troops. Support the Front Line Faith Project through the Texas Knights of Columbus.
JPII Life CenterThe mission of the John Paul II Life Center is to help build a Culture of Life structured on the Catholic faith through pro-life medical care and educational programs. 
Coalition for LIfe – Central TexasThe Central Texas Coalition for Life is a grassroots community-based non-profit organization that draws attention to the injustice of abortion through prayer and fasting, community outreach, and peaceful prayer vigils on the public right-of-ways in front of abortion facilities in Austin, Texas.
Catholic Charities of Central TexasCatholic Charities of Central Texas is a faith-based social services organization serving individuals and families across 25 Central Texas counties. We provide a holistic set of programs and services to engage, educate, and empower Central Texans out of poverty now and into the future.
Regina CaeliRegina Caeli is a private, independent tutoring center operating in the Catholic tradition. We offer pre-school through twelfth grade classes that meet twice a week. We are committed to faithful adherence to the Holy Magisterium of the Roman Catholic Church and particular obedience to the Holy Father.
Southwest Key ProgramsYouth Mentoring Program that is looking for Men to be mentors for young men.
Society of Saint Vincent de Paul Diocesan Council of AustinThe Society of St. Vincent de Paul Diocesan Council of Austin was found in 1963. Today, the Society has over 1000 members in 40 Conferences across Central Texas. The Diocesan Council of Austin is part of the South Central Region, one of eight regions reporting to the United States National Council. We serve those in need and do not discriminate based on race, color, religion, or orientation. Those we serve are only homogeneous in their desperate need for assistance.

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