Catholic Church Crowdfunding To Help Immigrants

Catholic charities are using crowdfunding to raise money to help pay for ” legal support and other necessities to dozens of families who had previously been separated from their children at the border and now face immigration proceedings.”

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In Oregon, Catholic Charities was able to get local governments to kick in almost $1 million also.

The Archdiocese in Los Angeles is using its alms-giving crowdfunding website Next America and has raised about $90,000.

The Church says its not a political statement but a humanitarian one.

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