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About Media Center
Here in the media center you'll find Catholic Charities' recent press releases, videos, brand assets, and media kit. For more information or to request an interview with our subject matter experts, please contact Shawna Prince.
Manager of Media Relations and Editorial Content
Catholic Charities Welcomes Chief Operating Officer
May 10, 2022
Catholic Charities of Baltimore announces the hiring of Ashley Valis as the agency’s first chief operating officer. The newly created role will be responsible for strategic oversight, operational excellence of programs and services, human resources, and leadership of our strategic planning process and initiatives.
Communities Across Maryland to Benefit from Historic “Greater Promise” Campaign
December 15, 2021
Catholic Charities debuts initiative to reimagine existing programs and introduce new services to fundamentally change how Maryland’s most vulnerable receive critical assistance
Catholic Charities and Local Musical Standouts Deliver Christmas Concerts Directly to Your Inbox in a Month-Long Virtual Holiday Celebration
December 14, 2020
‘Tis the season for Christmas trees adorned with candy canes and stars, bells of holly, Christmas lights and plenty of Christmas carolers.
In a Year Fraught with Challenge, Catholic Charities’ Comfort & Joy warms December with Virtual Gifts for All
November 24, 2020
This year, holiday festivities may be different, but that doesn’t mean the spirit isn’t still alive. All December long, Catholic Charities will share Comfort & Joy, a free, 31-day virtual series designed to gift neighbors with a little holiday cheer each day.
Seniors are Safer from COVID-19 Thanks to Financial Services Company Grant
June 8, 2020
Since the COVID-19 pandemic began, Catholic Charities has been working to educate and protect older Marylanders and those who care for them. Over 2,400 older adults across the state have been supported through Catholic Charities Senior Services partially due to a grant from Truist.