Feeding Our Neighbors

Goya Foods Donates 10,000 Pounds of Food

Honors Dominican Day Parade & Our Work at Catholic Charities

Goya Foods, the largest Hispanic-owned food company in the United States and a huge supporter of our work here at Catholic Charities New...

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East Harlem: Foodie Paradise or Desert?

Join Our Virtual Field Trip & Decide


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Volunteer Opportunity: Let's Make a Difference Together on 9/11

Save the Date!

September 11 is now a federally recognized National Day of Service and Remembrance. In...

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Encore Community Services Volunteer Opportunity: Home Meal Delivery

Join our team of Catholic Charities volunteers in delivering meals to homebound seniors of Encore Community Services!

These seniors often have a difficult time...

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Stuff the Bus: A Real Food Drive to Feed the Hungry


Catholic Charities Stuff the Bus - Mid Hudson Valley
iHeart Radio teamed with Catholic Charities,...

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Accessing Ongoing Supplemental Food (SNAP)

The Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), also known as food stamps, can help you buy healthy food for you and your family when money is tight. Most of us have heard of food stamps and maybe we feel shy about using them in public. But food stamps have changed A LOT! If you are...

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Soup Kitchens

A soup kitchen is an emergency food program that serves prepared, nutritious meals to hungry individuals and families. Many soup kitchens also offer meals to the homebound. Wherever a Catholic Charities agency provides a hot meal we also provide, support and advice for your families’ needs and a...

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Food Pantries

No one should have to decide whether pay the rent or feed their family. A food pantry is an emergency food program that distributes food to individuals and families who cannot afford to visit a local supermarket or grocery store. Our food pantries help stretch your budget and prepare a...

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Hungry and Need Help?

Free Food & Services through Catholic Charities

You are not alone

Far too many New York City residents - 1.4 million people, to be precise -- depend on food pantries and...

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