Archbishop Hannan Community Appeal

2014 AHCA Chair-couple, Mason and Jennifer Couvillon, and family at a recent visit to Catholic Charities Incarnate Word Head Start.

The Archbishop Hannan Community Appeal (AHCA ), formerly the Archbishop’s Community Appeal (ACA), is an annual, volunteer-driven fundraising campaign which supports the work of Catholic Charities. This year the AHCA is led by Archbishop Gregory Aymond and the 2014 Chair-couple, Mason and Jennifer Couvillon.

The AHCA has a long tradition in New Orleans. The Archbishop’s Community Appeal (ACA) was started in 1966 by Archbishop Philip M. Hannan in the wake of Hurricane Betsy and in response to the overwhelming needs of the poor in New Orleans. In 2012, Archbishop Gregory Aymond and the Catholic Charities Board of Directors renamed this annual giving campaign in memory of Archbishop Philip M. Hannan, its founder, as a way of honoring his life’s legacy of service to the poor in our community.

Now in its 49th year, the campaign raises funds for many of the same needs and challenges still facing our community. And we continue to count on our friends and supporters like you for the monies needed to fund the valuable programs of Catholic Charities.

In these uncertain times, our efforts remain the same: through housing, healthcare, education, and emergency response we are changing lives for the better.

Your donation to the AHCA ensures that Catholic Charities will continue to be a source of hope and refuge for the most vulnerable in our community. The programs of Catholic Charities touched the lives of over 100,000 people annually. With your support, we will continue to make a difference in the lives of those who most need it.

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