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José Parlá, Kiehls, TV heartthrobs, & Charities Team Up to Support Affiliate

09/30/2016  |  Help & Hope  |  Share

Talk about marrying art with a good cause! TV heartthrobs joined acclaimed Brooklyn-based abstract artist José Parlá earlier this month for the unveiling of his major artwork installation in collaboration with RxArt at Incarnation Children’s...

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Macy’s & Deloitte Make Significant Impact in Washington Heights

09/30/2016  |  Help & Hope  |  Share

By Teresa Santiago

Earlier this summer, graduate participants of the In-School Youth (ISY), program in Washington Heights received valuable leadership training and career building advice from two of New York’s iconic companies;...

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Health Careers & Science Community School Grads Tell Their Stories

09/30/2016  |  Help & Hope  |  Share

By Teresa Santiago

Former students of the High School for Health and Science Community School at the George Washington Campus in Washington Heights proudly participated in a promotional video for the school...

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Inspiring New York’s Teens

09/30/2016  |  Help & Hope  |  Share

As a part of Mayor Bill de Blasio’s mission to reinvigorate the New York education system, George Washington High School for Health Career and Sciences with the support of Catholic Charities’...

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Building Community Police Relations

07/29/2016  |  Help & Hope  |  Share

Poor police community relations are reaching a boiling point. So much so, that across the United States citizens are protesting police brutality. On a recent episode of JustLove, host Monsignor Kevin Sullivan, Executive...

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I Still Dare to Hope

07/29/2016  |  Help & Hope  |  Share

On June 12, 2016 Stephen Binkley, Chaplain at Orlando Regional Medical Center, wasn’t scheduled to go into work,  but when he received the call that they needed him in the emergency room he rushed over.

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Service In Schools

07/29/2016  |  Help & Hope  |  Share

Are you a teacher interested in developing volunteer opportunities for your students?  Parent who wants to teach your children about the importance of serving the community? 

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Alianza Youth Services Employs Over 1,300 Youth This Summer

07/29/2016  |  Help & Hope  |  Share

Over 1,300 young people joined the workforce this summer, through the Alianza Youth Services Division: Summer Youth Employment Program; New York Times Catholic Charties’ Internship, In School Youth Program and the Hispanic...

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New Effort Will Help Eligible Immigrants Become Citizens of the United States

07/29/2016  |  Help & Hope  |  Share

In mid-July, Governor Andrew Cuomo launched a statewide effort to help eligible immigrants become U.S. citizens. “NaturalizeNY,” a first-in-the-nation public-private partnership that will encourage and assist eligible New York...

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Opportunities for Children - This Summer

06/27/2016  |  Help & Hope  |  Share

Here’s a roundup of our top four:

  1. Free Day Camp
    That’s right; seven weeks of free camp thanks to Catholic Charities’ Alianza Highbridge Gardens Cornerstone in the Bronx.
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A Territory In Need

06/27/2016  |  Help & Hope  |  Share

On the Catholic Charities Sirius XM radio show JustLove this month , Executive Director of Catholic Charities, Monsignor Sullivan discussed with Archbishop Roberto Gonzalez 

 

 

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Deloitte Volunteers “Dig In” for Youngsters with HIV/AIDS

06/27/2016  |  Help & Hope  |  Share

By Karen Daly
Photographs by Jehovy

On a bright June afternoon, I watched 20 volunteers hard at the work of weeding, sweeping, mulching and planting the gardens of the Incarnation...

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How Manu Went From Homelessness to Hospital Intern

06/27/2016  |  Help & Hope  |  Share

Born with the hereditary incurable blood disorder sickle cell anemia, Eugene Manu grew up shuttled between hospitals, homeless shelters, foster homes and continents. 

 

 

 

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Our New Food Hub Is Fighting Back Against Hunger

06/27/2016  |  Help & Hope  |  Share

Hunger – the nothing in the fridge and nothing on children’s dinner plates’ hunger – is out of control and Catholic Charities with its new Food Hub just opened on June 23rd is fighting back. 

 

 

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Msgr. Sullivan Shares His On-the-Ground Experience In Iraq

05/25/2016  |  Help & Hope  |  Share

Check Out This Just-Released Q & A

Catholic Charities Executive Director Msgr. Kevin Sullivan joined a small delegation in early April led by Cardinal Timothy Dolan, chair of the Catholic Near East Welfare...

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Meet a True Front Line Hero

05/25/2016  |  Help & Hope  |  Share

Jean Chun, Catholic Guild for the Blind’s vision rehab and mobility teacher, was just named a “Front Line Hero” by New York Nonprofit Media at its inaugural celebration on April 26 at New York Law School.

 

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How We Are Fighting School Absenteeism

05/25/2016  |  Help & Hope  |  Share

Two years ago President Obama launched My Brother’s Keeper, an initiative to address persistent opportunity gaps faced by boys and young men of color and ensure that all young people can reach their full potential.

 

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The Generosity of Generation Y

05/25/2016  |  Help & Hope  |  Share

Generation Y or Millennials are known for many things, getting married later and higher debt among them – but, they are also more generous than any generation before them, according to a recent study. 

 

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Changing Lives in Upstate New York

05/25/2016  |  Help & Hope  |  Share

 

Joyce, 55, who struggled with addiction for 35 years, joined Cardinal Dolan, dignitaries and staff to honor the recently formed Catholic Charities Community Services of Orange and Sullivan.

 

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An Award for Architecture

05/25/2016  |  Help & Hope  |  Share

Amazing, impressive and very proud – that’s what children with development delays and their parents are saying about the international architectural honor their new school, Kennedy Child Study Center in East Harlem, just received on...

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