Supporting the Physically & Emotionally Challenged

Blinded as an Adult, Man Regains Independence

The Story Behind this New York Times Neediest Cases Story

Leroy Bracey at St. Anthony's Shelter for Renewal


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How to Safely Navigate a Self-Service Cafeteria Without Vision

Hint: That’s Why We’re Honoring Three Special Cashiers

How does someone blind trying to navigate self-service cafeteria find out what to eat, where to walk so they don't...

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New York Times Neediest Cases: Stories Behind the Stories

David Nublett & the Car Crash That Changed His Life

David Nublett

For more than a...

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Family Volunteer Day

Family Volunteer Day is a day of service that demonstrates and celebrates the power of families who volunteer together, supporting their neighborhoods, communities and the...

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How to Protect Your Vision

Inside Scoop from Those with Vision Impairments

No better time than today, "Blind Americans Equality Day" and this month, "World Blindness Awareness Month," to learn how to...

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Free Services for the Visually Impaired

Right Here at Catholic Guild for the Blind

Are you or someone you know visually impaired or blind and looking for free services to live more independently?

Catholic Guild for the...

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Wal-Mart Van Donation Helps Feed The Hungry in Rural New York

Food Pantries Replace Dumpster Diving

Poor, disabled and isolated in upstate rural New York, Dave, 43, relied on dumpster diving and strangers’ leftovers for food.  That...

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Catholic Charities Junior Board - Membership Coffee Social

The Membership Committee cordially invites you to our new member coffee get together.

This is very informal- and an opportunity to get to know each other on a smaller...

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