Supporting the Physically & Emotionally Challenged

Blind Government Concession Stand Owners Face Bankruptcy after Government Shutdown

Catholic Guild for the Blind Partners with Readers Digest to Bail Them Out

Kamal, who is completely blind, empties shelves filled with potato chips, sodas, breakfast snacks and more,...

Read More

From Paralysis to Motherhood, She Never Gave Up

Read Katie Morillo’s Profile Here & in The New York Times

Makayla, 11, holds tight to the motorized wheelchair of her mom, Katie Morillo, 34, as they maneuver their 15-minute ride...

Read More

Blinded by Medical Treatment; Restarting with Son at Her Side

 New York Times Features Family Served by Catholic Guild for the Blind

Charity Danso had confronted malaria before, but this time was different. The problem wasn’t the disease; it was the cure,...

Read More

Check Out This New Link to Services New Yorkers Need

Thanks to New Catholic Charities Community Services Website

As 2018 races to a close, it’s time to look back at all we accomplished together and forward at all we...

Read More

A Nonverbal Toddler with Autism and a Mom Determined to Connect

Read This Latest New York Times Neediest Cases Profile

Xavier, 4, who has autism, sleeps in the living room of his grandmother’s one-bedroom apartment with his mother, Janet Guillen,...

Read More

How Does Catholic Charities NY Use Your Gifts?

Our Answer Is Simple – and Substantial

Our vision for your gifts is simple. 
We use your gifts to help our New York neighbors as we would want our families helped if they...

Read More

Free Respite for New York Parents of Children with Special Needs

We’re Here for You

Are you caring at home for a child or adult with developmental disabilities?

The support you’re giving helps your child thrive. 

But what about you?  You, too, need...

Read More

Top 10 New York Summer 2018 Volunteer Opportunities

Unique, Fulfilling and Tailored Just for You

 

Looking for the best volunteer opportunities in New York this summer?

You name it; we’ve got it. 

...

Read More

LORD, TO WHOM SHALL WE GO? Facing the Stigma of Mental Illness - Catholic New York

Here’s an important word in the Catholic lexicon: holistic. When looking at the miracle, the work of art that we call the human person, we take in the whole: body, mind, and soul. This is essential in our works of education; this is necessary in our efforts in health...

Read More