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Generous Donors Help CCSEM Help Others

Catholic Charities of Southeast Michigan is overwhelmed with gratitude at the generosity of the organizations and individuals who helped us help others this year and during the holiday season.

CCSEM wants to thank all the organizations who helped us bring to reality the opening of our Saint Joseph Center of Hope crisis intervention center, located in Monroe, Michigan. (For more information about the new center, go to: https://detroitcatholic.com/news/daniel-meloy/catholic-charities-of-southeast-michigan-opens-addiction-crisis-clinic-in-monroe.)

Those organizations include:

Community Mental Health Partnership of Southeast Michigan
Community Foundation of Monroe County
St. John’s the Baptist Parish / St. Joe’s Church
ProMedica Monroe Regional Hospital
Monroe Floral Painters
Kohler Architects
Davison Builders
Nexus Gas Transmission
Southern Michigan Timberwolves
God Works
Walgreens, Monroe


For the Thanksgiving holiday, Mark Wagner and Wagner Enterprise’s in Warren, Michigan, dropped off 80 turkeys to distribute to clients at our All Saints Soup Kitchen and Food Pantry.

Also, Brent Heyer and the Daily Apostle organization, supported by donations from St. Kenneth Parish in Plymouth and Tiffany Funeral Home in Lansing, once again helped clients in our Hispanic Outreach ministry and our Project Hope ministry for expectant mothers by providing turkeys and food baskets.


IGI Advanced Visualization and Audio Visual Integration donated items to help nine families served by our Project Hope ministry have a Merry Christmas.

And several Catholic parishes and local organizations donated in-kind items to stock the Project Hope “Baby Closets” with infant care items, as well as provide winter coats for our foster care children and the clients at our All Saints Soup Kitchen and Food Pantry.

Participating parishes and organizations include:
Our Lady Star of the Sea, Grosse Pointe Woods
Rochester High School, Rochester
Schaller Group, Chesterfield
SS. John and Paul, Washington
St. Elizabeth Ann Seton, Troy
St. Irenaeus, Rochester Hills
St. Kenneth, Pymouth
St. Lawrence, Utica
St. Michael’s, Sterling Heights
St. Ronald, Clinton Township
St. Thecla, Clinton Township
University Liggett, Grosse Pointe Woods

Catholic Charities also appreciates all the individuals who helped us help about 200 needy families have a Merry Christmas by donating to our Saint Joseph Perpetual Help Fund.

Thank you to all, and God bless!

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