Bethany Durham

Bethany Durham

Bethany Durham has a bachelor’s degree in Communication and a passion for storytelling. Her writing for Catholic Charities has included blogs, newspaper and magazine articles. She enjoys telling client stories in a way that captures the humanity and emotions of those she writes about. When she’s not working, Bethany loves to spend time with her two cats, hike and sing karaoke.

For some, giving to a nonprofit means making a one-time or monthly gift and not necessarily knowing how the donation is making a difference. However, creating a culture of philanthropy involves not only reaching those who feel passionate about a cause, but also showing them how they are making an impact and expressing gratitude for their support.

As far back as she can remember, Mary Tabuena’s family prayed the Rosary. Now a wife, mother and grandmother, Mary considers herself fortunate to have been raised in a loving Catholic home with parents who taught her how to pray.

Gardening can be an exciting, hands-on way for young students to learn about responsibility and the world around them. It teaches them that inside and outside of the classroom, a little hard work and patience can go a long way in creating something beautiful.

Even before children say their first words or take their first steps, they are looking to their parents for guidance on how to navigate the world around them. Parenting is a major responsibility, and it’s not unusual to feel overwhelmed. But with the support of Parents as Teachers (PAT), parents of young children never have to feel alone.

Teen pregnancy has the potential to completely change the lives of teens and those around them. Well-informed teens can be confident when making a decision to remain abstinent.

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