Charity Breakfasts

December 2017 Charity Breakfast

The Family of Man Council will host our monthly Charity Breakfast one week later than usual -- on December 10, between the end of the 7:30 Mass and the start of the 11:30 Mass. Our charity for this breakfast will be Helping Hungry Kids, providers of food packages to school children in Northern Virginia who lack adequate food on weekends when school is not in session. As usual the net proceeds of the free-will contributions will be provided to this charity.

Please join the Knights and your fellow parishioners for a wonderful breakfast!

October 1, 2017, Charity Breakfast

Amy's Army logo

The Family of Man Council will host their next Charity Breakfast on October 1, 2017, between the 7:30 and 11 :30 AM Masses. Our charity for this month is Amy's Army (, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization founded to increase awareness, support medical research, and provide financial support to Northern Virginia women affected by any cancer. Helping “women affected by any cancer” means that the woman herself may not have cancer – she may be the caregiver of a family member or friend with cancer.

June Charity Breakfast for Montaña de Luz

The Knights of Columbus will host the final Charity Fundraising Breakfast of the 2016-2017 schedule on Sunday, June 4 between the 7:30 and 11:30 AM Masses in the Brown-McCarthy Auditorium at St John Neumann Parish. The beneficiary for this event, Montaña de Luz, is a faith-based organization creating a loving home for children in Honduras who are affected by HIV/AIDS. The children cared for range in age from preschool to young adulthood. Children with HIV have special dietary, medical, educational and psychological needs.

May Charity Breakfast

NPH USA logo

The Knights of Columbus will host their monthly Charity Fundraising Breakfast next Sunday, May 7, from 8:30 to 11:00am. The beneficiary is NPH USA, formerly Friends of the Orphans, transforming the lives of abandoned and disadvantaged children in Latin America and the Caribbean by supporting the homes, healthcare and educational programs of Nuestros Pequeños Hermanos (NPH, Spanish for “Our Little Brothers and Sisters”).