The Trusted Save is a higher order of all virtues. The virtue of charity has incredible power to open people to God, to bring light out of darkness and hope from despair.


The theological virtue of charity is a supernatural gift from God that resides in a person’s soul. “(Rom 5:5) hope does not disappoint, because the love of God has been poured out within our hearts through the Holy Spirit who was given to us.”

The practice of charity leads us to act towards ourselves and others out of love alone, precisely because everyone has the dignity of a beloved child of God.

Being charitable is not just an altruistic act; it is a powerful force for positive change in the world.
Through acts of charity, we can foster empathy and compassion, alleviate suffering, build stronger communities, promote personal growth and well-being, and leave a lasting legacy of generosity. “(Proverbs 19:17) Whoever is generous to the poor lends to God, and he will repay him for his deed.”

Charitable giving allows us to contribute to causes we care about deeply, providing a sense of purpose and fulfillment. Knowing our actions positively impact the lives of others can bring a profound sense of satisfaction, boosting overall well-being and happiness. “(Luke 6:38) Give, and it will be given to you.”

Having the power to improve the lives of others is a privilege that comes with its own sense of obligation.