“Passive” giving lets you contribute to Heros in Fidelis Foundation while doing your everyday gift or personnel shopping. This is a powerful way to assist in a big way to benefit programs, such as the Priest in Need program, the Angel award, and the Meals for the Masses program. So, If you mention our site to others, please ask them shop our web links.
Catholic flowers.org is a full service and highly rated florist with delivery capabilities to all 50 states and Puerto Rico, Each order will create a donation to Heros in Fidelis. We at Catholic Flowers understand you will always have a choice to purchase flowers anywhere, however with Catholic Flowers, you be sending fresh flowers to a loved one, while assisting in the care of the retired priests and helping the future of seminarians. Catholic Flowers has a beautiful line of flowers for any occasion, We also carry a complete line for funerals. Click on link below to be directed to shop at Catholic Flowers
Design your own gift basket.
Throughout our website you will find clickable links for our Gift Basket program. The program is fantastic and has a unique way of providing the perfect gift for anyone. This program offers you the gift giver with a way to really create a gift that caters to the individual. (example) if you know your gift recipient has love for cooking or BBQ, you can first pick your basket, then fill it with items that you know will be loved by the gift recipient There are countless options for every person on your gift list, you can even pick the color of the ribbon. As the Holidays approach assist us by spreading the word to use our link.
Catholic match offer a tremendous program for those who are seeking single friendship. We love this program because, we believe that in order to have a lasting relationship, you as a couple need to have faith compatibility , If your are single, please use our link (and recommend our link) for each membership, Heros in Fidelis Foundation receives a donation,
“God Loves Those Who Find Joy in Giving” -Saint John Paul II