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The Corps of Renewal and Charity is a grassroots organization dedicated to defending our traditional values of Faith, Family and Freedom across America. Click the video play button below to learn more:

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A season to make a BIG difference

Together we’re connecting people across the country, especially as we continue to grow our sustainability, health and wellness, communications and prayer teams –– and we’re expanding into education and emergency preparedness.

You’re welcome to join these efforts, but if your schedule doesn’t permit right now you can still make an impact. If you’re able, won’t you send the largest donation you can so we can continue our work? Every donation helps.

Ave Maria, Stella Maris!

Charlie Johnston

How we’re getting there together

By connecting communities, heartening the faithful, collaborating  to publicly stand for our core values, and prudently preparing to help those in need in these uncertain times

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Find an upcoming event in your area and see how we’re actively working for renewal around the country.

Get involved

From sideline support, to participating in local events, donating money, volunteering and more, there are many ways you can join us to stand for faith, family and freedom and make a real difference.

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Shop online now to show your support! We’ve got dozens of items to choose from including new “Mayberry Now!” merch. All proceeds from your purchases help support our organization.

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