St. Cate's Corner Charity Campaign
Looking at our success over the past few years, we decided to expand our business into one of the Catholic pillars--charity. As Catholics, we’re called to act as Christ and be a light in the world for our brothers and sisters. That’s what we’re doing with The Pink Project.
The Pink Project is St. Cate’s Corner’s annual campaign for charity. Keeping in line with St. Pope John Paul II’s teachings on the feminine genius, we designed The Pink Project with the intent that the proceeds will go to Catholic or Christian organizations that support that dignity of women. We chose pink as our color of charity to stand for sisterhood and self-giving love.
This spring, all of the proceeds from our “pink” shorts are going to human trafficking victims living at the House of Jjajja Don in Uganda. These girls are very close to our hearts, as we’ve been writing them letters throughout the school year as part of a sisterhood initiative put on by the Executive Student Council.
Please help us to help the girls of the House of Jjajja Don and support them in all of their human dignity and feminine genius as daughters of God.
You may do so in the following ways: