Catholic Charities West Virginia Volunteer Quenton Northcraft to Receive Prestigious 2024 Governor’s Service Award

Catholic Charities West Virginia is thrilled to announce that Quenton “Q” Northcraft, a dedicated and extraordinary volunteer, will be honored with a 2024 Governor’s Service Award. This prestigious accolade recognizes his outstanding contributions to the Wheeling community. On Thursday, June 13th, Q Northcraft will be celebrated at the annual Governor’s Service Awards dinner held at...

Catholic Charities Receives Significant Donation from Supporter Edward Klash

Catholic Charities West Virginia (CCWVa) received a donation in the amount of $89,080 from donor, Edward Klash, which will be used for CCWVa’s Hospitality House in Wheeling. Edward Klash, a long-time resident of Weirton and dedicated electrician at Weirton Steel Company, has left a remarkable legacy of generosity following his passing. Mr. Klash, an alumnus...

Hospitality House Empowers Families to Overcome Obstacles

By Katie Hinerman Klug Many families are one unexpected expense away from experiencing homelessness. Without a support system, families are often separated at homeless shelters and continue to struggle to save money. The Catholic Charities Hospitality House in Wheeling is a unique solution to this problem. The Hospitality House provides transitional housing for a family...

Funds, Awareness Raised of Catholic Charities West Virginia’s Services in Poorest Counties of the State

WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS, W.Va.—An event to raise funds and awareness of Catholic Charities West Virginia’s (CCWVa) services to the poor in some of the poorest counties in the state was held July 19 at the Greenbrier Resort in White Sulphur Springs, W.Va. The gathering was held in partnership with Father John Chapin Engler, administrator of...

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