A group of Catholic charities in Boston have announced a charity crawl to raise money for the Catholic Diocese of Boston.
Crawford Soup is raising money for Catholic Charities Boston in the form of a charity walk, and the walk will begin on Friday, Oct. 3.
The charity crawl is organized by the Catholic Charters of Boston (CCB), which serves Boston’s poor.
The group is aiming to raise $500,000 to $1 million for the Diocese.
“It’s been an incredible year for us, and it was an incredible journey, and I’m so proud to be part of the team here,” Crawford Soup co-founder Kelly Loh said in a statement.
“We’ve seen incredible things, and we know we’re going to make a difference.
We’re all looking forward to it.”
The event will take place in the St. Mary’s Episcopal Church in downtown Boston, and Crawford Soup says it will begin at 7 p.m. and end at 10 p.k.
The event will feature a silent auction, music, art and a scavenger hunt.
“The goal of the event is to raise awareness of the Catholic Church and the work that we do,” Loh explained in the statement.
“We will have plenty of food to eat and plenty of charity to give away.
We are excited to see everyone come out and join us!”
The charity walk will take approximately three hours and will begin with the silent auction.
Proceeds from the event will go to Catholic Charies Boston, which has partnered with the Church of the Holy Spirit to serve the needy and is also the first charity to do so.
The CCB said the walk was created to honor and honor the many individuals and organizations working in the Diocesan and surrounding communities to help vulnerable people and to help those in need.
“Our hope is that by the time the walk ends, there will be a smile on people’s faces and a smile in our eyes,” Crawford said.
“This is a moment to remember the people who have supported us and we thank you for being part of it.”
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