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Serving the Needs of Others Since 1917

Catholic Charities helps solve the problems of New Yorkers in need, non-Catholics and Catholic alike. The neglected child, the homeless family, the immigrant and refugee, the person with special needs, and the hungry senior are among those for whom we provide help and create hope – with compassion and respect.

The New York City Department of Education has announced that its breakfast and lunch program will continue this summer. The summer meals are available to anyone ages 18 and under. Sites include public schools, community pool centers, parks, and food trucks. No registration documentation is required. Find a location near you. Meals...
The work of Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of New York is highlighted through profiles of an Afghan refugee who fled the 2021 Taliban takeover and a college student from the Bronx who found a solution to hunger through the work of Catholic Charities. Our Gala video features the work...
By Peter Feuerherd An increase in the city’s Summer Youth Employment Program (SYEP) will be felt this year at Catholic Charities’ Alianza program in the Bronx and Upper Manhattan. More investment in the program from the city, according to Monique Myers, Director of Youth Employment Programs for Alianza, is creating an...
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  • Celebrating Father’s Day & Juneteenth June 23, 2022
    On today’s recording of JustLove, we celebrate Father’s Day weekend by talking with the founder of the Texas-based nonprofit Voices of the Fatherless, Percy L. Kennedy Jr. This mentoring program is focused on helping incarcerated fathers connect with their children, also the subject of a book recently published by Kennedy, “Voices of the Fatherless: Letters […]

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Aleth Felix Tchicaya: Building a home and a dream
I helped the homeless, and then I lost my home. But this is a plan of God. I have faith that everything will be okay, and Madeline believes in me.
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