Disaster Response & Recovery

CARDINAL DOLAN TO OFFER SPANISH-LANGUAGE MASS AT ST. PATRICK’S CATHEDRAL FOR THE VICTIMS OF RECENT NATURAL DISASTERS IN PUERTO RICO AND MEXICO

Archbishop of New York Timothy Cardinal Dolan will offer a Spanish-language Mass at St. Patrick’s Cathedral on Sunday, October 8, 2017 at 4 p.m. in prayerful solidarity with the people of Puerto Rico and Mexico, who suffered devastating loss of life and a complete dismantling of...

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Day Laborers Mobilize to Direct Donations Straight to Mexico & Puerto Rico

“We Need to Share the Little We Have”

Day laborers dressed in yellow traffic vests to protect them as they work along busy roadways formed a human chain this past weekend...

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Best Way to Get Hurricane Recovery Help Straight to Puerto Rico

Donations Go Directly to Non-Profit Organizations in Puerto Rico


The first donation to the Estoy con Puerto Rico effort...

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Puerto Rican/Hispanic Community & Business Leaders and Catholic Charities Launch ESTOY CON PUERTO RICO Hurricane Relief Effort

Donations to go directly to non-profit organizations in Puerto Rico

 

WHO:                      
 

Msgr. Kevin Sullivan, Executive Director, Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of New York

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Governor Cuomo Launches Statewide Empire State Relief & Recovery Effort for Puerto Rico

Launches Statewide Donation Drive for Nonperishable Goods at Strategic Locations - Including Citi Field in Partnership with New York Mets

Governor Cuomo and...

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Best Way for New Yorkers to Help Puerto Rico Recovery Efforts

Catholic Charities Supports Empire State Relief & Recovery

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Help those impacted by recent Natural Disasters

Catholic Charites extends its prayers and thoughts to the people of Puerto Rico and Mexico in these very difficult days.

We are particularly saddened since these...

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New Yorkers Honor 9/11 by Feeding Hurricane Victims and Hungry New Yorkers

Day of Service Provides 100,000 Bags of Food to Catholic Charities Food Hub

Decked in red hair nets and multi-colored t-shirts thousands of New York City volunteers stood shoulder to shoulder at the...

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