Protecting & Nurturing Children & Youth

More than Just BBall

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From “small fries” (short for first and second graders) to “elites” (...

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Protecting & Nurturing Children & Youth

All children deserve the opportunity to develop social skills, gain confidence and develop lasting values that will serve them as adults. Catholic Charities' network of services aims to address the physical, emotional and psychological needs of children and their families.

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Three Ways to End Hunger Now

 

St. Cecilia’s parishioner, Guadalupe Merino, writes a letter to Congress as daughter, Joyce Merino, naps in her arms.

About a hundred people from nonprofit...

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Personal Stories About Growing Up in Foster Care

After growing up in foster care, Patricia Yates, now 29, says she gained not only sadness but also strength from the challenges she faced.  She draws on this to work as a case...

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Parallels Between My Jewish Faith & the Mission of Catholic Charities

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Fordham University social work graduate student Meira Zack is...

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A Thank You Note from A Once-Struggling Teen

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Shaquille Vazquez, 19, and now a freshman at...

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Executive Action Q & A

 

About 338,000 undocumented immigrants living in New York State may qualify for President Obama’s Executive Action on immigration reform. YOU – or someone you know -- may be one of them.

Q: Four Letters – What Do They Mean & How Can They Help?...

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Teens to Serve on NYC Community Boards

Downtown Express photos by Dusica Sue Malesevic Teens interested in applying for community board positions debated the best way to spend $100 million of public money during an...

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