Learn the story behind the story in this New York Times Neediest Cases profile.
(L-R) Juan, Flor de Maria and Jose at Bahia Restaurant
The woman you see each day on your commute. Your co-worker. Your child's best friend.
The faces of hunger are often familiar ones. In fact, they're our neighbors. More than 20% of New Yorkers struggle to afford food. That's why we're...
And Baby Makes Three
Sebentu and her husband Melake
For more than a century The New York Times has spotlighted New York’s “Neediest Cases” and for more than a decade I’ve had the honor to meet some of these brave folks and the...
Who, What, When, Where and Why
Father Cruz with a family at St. Jerome's
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The Real Deal on Advocacy
Catholic Charities Govt. & Community Relations Director Luz Tavarez gives an insider’s peak into the 115th Congress swearing in & real deal on advocacy.
Meet Andre and Jamal
For more than a century The New York Times has spotlighted New York’s “Neediest Cases” and for more than a decade I’ve had the honor to meet some of these brave folks and the dedicated case...
First Dominican American & Former Undocumented Immigrant Sworn into Congress
Alianza youth in Washington D.C.
Simple as 1, 2, 3
Uh oh… Day 3 into our New Year’s resolutions and we’re already backsliding.
Lucky for you if your resolution was to join with us in making New York a better place
A Catholic Charities/New York Times Neediest Cases Miracle
Alex Chan, now in Brooklyn, talks about his dangerous life in Guatemala
Check Out the Story behind the Story in This New York Times Neediest Case
Geraliz pauses just long enough for the photo to snap
From Monsignor Sullivan
With 2016 quickly coming to a close, I look back with gratitude and forward with great hope.
I’m thankful for generous supporters like YOU who are living Pope Francis’ inspiring message to lift...