Feeding the Hungry & Sheltering the Homeless

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En el evento en Harlem se donarán casi 800 pavos, lo mismo que arroz, papa, cebolla, zanahoria y otros ingredientes.

"Tenemos 'stuffing' que es una comida muy americana y también tenemos otros vegetales enlatados", explicó Beatriz Díaz Taveras, directora ejecutiva de Caridades Católicas.

Los pavos y demás comida les fueron donados a Caridades Católicas por individuos y empresas -en este caso, como Goya.

Adelanto del reporte desde Harlem con Marisol Seda.

New York City Council Candidates’ Forum on How to Alleviate Poverty

Posted on November 3, 2017 by Alice Kenny  |  Share

UPDATE:  CANCELED FOR RELIEF TRIP TO PUERTO RICO

UPDATE:  This NYC Council Speaker Candidate Forum originally scheduled for November 13, 2017 has been cancelled due to unforeseen consequences arising from a City Council relief trip to Puerto Rico. While we were looking forward to an engaging conversation with the candidates, we recognize the importance of their work in this relief effort.  

Find out, face-to-face, New York City Council candidates’ perspective on what matters to us most -- how to alleviate poverty -- at our free forum at the New School Johnson Hall on Monday, November 13.

NYN MEDIA'S FIFTY OVER 50 EVENT

NYN Media will honor 50 of New York’s most prominent and accomplished leaders in human services, health care, education and other nonprofits over the age of 50 who continue to make a positive impact on New York through their achievements, leadership abilities, philanthropic efforts, and dedication to the betterment of the State!

Rusty Staub: 2017 WINE AUCTION

RUSTY STAUB INVITES YOU TO ATTENDED THE

THE TWENTY-SIXTH ANNUAL

WINE AUCTION DINNER

featuring 

NEW YORK — In a nation divided by extremists left and right, Catholic Charities works in the center, where Catholics can be examples of justice while serving a pluralistic society.

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

Posted on September 13, 2017 by Alice Kenny  |  Share

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 Intrepid Air and Space Museum.  Their goal: to pack 550,000 bags of emergency food relief to honor 9/11, feed the hungry and help those hurt by recent hurricanes.

LuAnn Kelley clearly remembers the vision Martha Robles expressed 10 years ago.

“She takes me into the kitchen to look out the window and she says, ‘I’m seeing a garden.’ I said, ‘Where are you seeing a garden?’ and she explained it to me. I really started to see it,” said Ms. Kelley, who is the associate director of Catholic Charities Community Services of Rockland.

“It went from a piece of land that had nothing at all on it to something absolutely beautiful and great for our clients.”