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Doctorate in Student Loans but No College Degree

Posted on 01/16/2019 by Alice Kenny  |  Share

Read Laurie Fleming’s Profile Here & in The New York Times

Just 15 weeks’ shy of her dream, an Associate degree in Fashion Design at Parsons School of Fashion, Laurie Fleming ran out of money and was left with nearly $70,000 in...

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Filed under: Financial Assistance, Job Readiness & Placement

From Paralysis to Motherhood, She Never Gave Up

Posted on 01/9/2019 by Alice Kenny  |  Share

Read Katie Morillo’s Profile Here & in The New York Times

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Filed under: Financial Assistance, Supporting the Physically & Emotionally Challenged

Urgent! Last Chance to Join Critical Effort

Posted on 09/19/2018 by Alice Kenny  |  Share

Special Message from Msgr. Kevin Sullivan

Summer is nearly over, and we’ve been busy helping children in need prepare for their new school year and in our communities helping our neighbors in need. But the need is continuing to grow at an alarming...

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Filed under: Financial Assistance, Online Gift, Monthly Giving, Planned Giving

Tags: Catholic Charities NY, critical fundraising

Catholic Charities & Fordham University Announce New Scholarship

Posted on 06/19/2018 by Alice Kenny  |  Share

Rewards and Fosters Social Service Staff Excellence

Today, Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of New York and the Fordham University Graduate School of Social Service announced a new Centennial Scholarship in recognition and honor of the two...

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Filed under: Financial Assistance, Partnership Giving Opportunities

Tags: Fordham University Graduate School, Centennial Scholarship, grace institute, Yesika Alvarez Mosquera, Mercy Center, James Butler, Life Experience & Faith Sharing, Ryan Glover, Cardinal McCloskey Services, Gina Pilar Limbal, CCCS-Alianza LTW Program, Whitney Harris, Brandi Barnes, Vaida Surujbhan, Taneisha Beaumont, Catholic Guardian Services

A Decent Job: Key to Housing, Funds & Dignity

Posted on 04/29/2016 by Alice Kenny  |  Share

But How Do You Land One?

A decent job is the key to decent housing, financial stability and dignity. But finding a job can be tough, particularly for the most vulnerable. Young people entering the workforce, those aging out of...

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Filed under: Strengthening Families & Resolving Crises, Financial Assistance, Job Readiness & Placement