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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.

Your Support Saves Lives Spring is a season of rebirth, of new life, and of hope. During this season, our faith springs us into action to grow. As Catholics and non-Catholics alike, we know that each time we reach out to help another person in need is a moment of transformative growth —...
When Navin Singh, Program Director for Catholic Charities Community Services in the Bronx, became a father eight years ago, he learned quickly that a large cost of parenthood was diapers. If he was having problems paying for diapers, he knew that the low-income single mothers who come for help...
More than 10 years in the making, the Obreros Unidos (Workers United) Day Labor Center in Yonkers was dedicated May 1 in ceremonies that included remarks from Timothy Cardinal Dolan; Msgr. Kevin Sullivan, Executive Director of Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of New York, Yonkers Mayor Mike Spano,...


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  • Memorial Day Weekend: The Golden Rule and Religious Freedom June 2, 2023
    On today’s episode of JustLove, we are joined by Helen Jaccard, the Project Manager of the Veterans for Peace Golden Rule Project. She talks to us about “The Golden Rule Sailboat,” which originally set sail in 1958 and recently arrived in New York Harbor, the mission of the project, and the future of peace activism. […]

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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.