Protecting & Nurturing Children & Youth

Sheen Panel Gives Students New Perspectives in Community Service - Catholic New York

Morgan Mangual learned more about her future than her present as one of more than 250 students from 35 archdiocesan high schools participating in the second annual Catholic Leadership Conference at the Sheen Center for Thought & Culture March 5.

The theme for the panel discussion was...

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Worried About What Your Children Will Do This Summer?

Check out Catholic Charities Free & Low-Cost Youth Programs

It’s already March and we parents are starting to worry what are children will do when school ends and we’re at work.  Thankfully,...

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It’s a Miracle! YOU. Yes, You! Can Become a Big Brother or Sister!

Become a Hero:  Here’s How

 Check out our Catholic Charities affiliate, Catholic Big Sisters & Big Brothers. 

“It’s such a positive influence on...

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Sisters Flee from Violence for Safety in the U.S.

Disabled and Abused


Julia Cruz

Walking Dogs to Support Her Family

Abandoned by her husband, Juana Cruz...

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On This Journey, There Is Still Hope

My Chance to Find Hope

By Sandy Strk

Catholic Charities Marketing Manager


Sandy Strk, 4th from left, with fellow Catholic Charities New York...

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The 82nd Annual CYO Club of Champions Tribute

Each year this annual event raises money to support the Catholic Youth Organization (CYO). CYO serves tens of thousands of young people each year through athletic, social, spiritual...

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NYSBPL 47th Annual Legislative Conference

Join Catholic Charities at the NYS Association For Black and Puerto Rican...

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NY Giants Mentor Inner City Children

Provide Role Models and Inspiration

Cheering – and booing - at their first NFL football game ever - the NY Giants VS the Philadelphia Eagles at MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, N...

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Runaway Teen’s Family Profiled by The New York Times

See How Catholic Charities Stepped In

When Desiree Santana’s 14-year-old daughter went missing in September, she felt frantic, writes New York Times reporter Emily Palmer in this Neediest Cases...

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