Knights of Columbus in Hackensack supports Faith in Action

Charitable pancake breakfast raises $525 for local programming

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Rick Boechman, Dan Falk, Dean Garoutte, Dennis Abbott, Dick Garoutte and Pete Sherrard, of the Knights of Columbus, prepare for the pancake breakfast held Oct. 23, 2022, in Hackensack in support of Faith in Action for Cass County.
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HACKENSACK — The Knights of Columbus Council 13144 of Sacred Heart and St. Agnes Churches in Hackensack and Walker served a pancake breakfast Sunday, Oct. 23, at Sacred Heart Church in Hackensack to raise funds to support Faith in Action for Cass County.

The Knights of Columbus supports a scholarship program and other internal church and diocese programs. They also support several community service organizations, including Pregnancy Center, ARCC, Walker Food Shelf, Faith in Action, St. Vincent DePaul and Hackensack Food Shelf.

This pancake breakfast raised $525 for Faith in Action for Cass County. Most fundraising activities include members from both churches.

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A locally supported, nonprofit organization, Faith in Action for Cass County coordinates volunteers who provide nonmedical, neighborly assistance to seniors, the disabled and people in need throughout Cass County. Faith in Action volunteers help with transportation, friendly visiting, respite for caregivers, light homemaking and chores, and basic home repair and they build accessibility ramps.

Faith in Action has no income or age restrictions and no fees.


For more information about Faith in Action volunteer services or volunteer opportunities, call 218-675-5435 or email .

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