Feeding the Hungry & Sheltering the Homeless

As Metropolitan Area Temperatures Continue to Drop, Catholic Charities of New York Warming Centers are Ready

As 25-mile-per-hour winds drag arctic air into the region plunging temperatures into the teens, men and women, homeless and desperate, gather inside Catholic Charities’ new warming center in Kingston, New...

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Catholic Charities New York Partner Goya Foods Donates 444,000 Pounds of Food to Venezuela Humanitarian Effort


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Goya Foods, America’s largest Latino food company, announced that it will commit to donating 440,000 pounds of food,...

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Huge Disparities in Infant Mortality & Health Care Accessibility in NYC

Community Health Profile Reveals Disturbing Facts

Families, individuals and children in New York City neighborhoods Catholic Charities NY serves are burdened not only by significantly worse health but...

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Catholic Charities Works to Reduce Homelessness by 20%

Catholic Charities USA announced an ambitious plan to reduce chronic homelessness by 20% in five US cities. The goal is to reduce chronic homelessness -- those whose homlessness has caused them to...

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Warming Centers Protect Homeless as Temperatures Plummet

Catholic Charities NY Opens New Centers in Ulster & Rockland Counties

As 25-mile-per-hour winds drag arctic air into the region plunging temperatures into the teens, men and...

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Catholic Organizations Scrutinize What Works Best in Fighting Poverty


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Cabin Fever? We’ve Got the Cure

Check Out Our Latest New York Volunteer Opportunities Tailored Just for You

Stuck in frigid February and getting cabin fever? 

You betcha.

Luckily, here at Catholic Charities we have...

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'Sleeping in the Arms of the Lord': Homeless Count 2019

Lori Davis-West, a Catholic Charities consultant and HOPE count volunteer, said that when she asked men and women she met in her assigned area, Murray Hill in Manhattan, if they had a place to sleep, most...

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NYC Man's 'Super Soul Party' Helps Homeless Enjoy Big Game

NEW YORK — Meir Kay spotted a homeless man on the street about two years ago who was holding an unusual sign. He didn't need food or drink, it said — he felt invisible and just wanted someone to talk to. ...

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