Join us in building on our 112-Year Legacy of creating a Better New York
Catholic Charities New York is proud to be the oldest beneficiary of the New York Times Communities Fund (formerly The New York Times Neediest Cases Fund). For over a century, our partnership has enabled us to address and solve critical problems facing New Yorkers in need.
This year’s campaign goal is to raise $1M to support two critical areas of need. The first $750,000 will fight the homelessness crisis in New York City, helping more families transition out of the shelter system and into affordable housing. Additional donations will support legal representation and assistance for immigrants and refugees.
Families prevented from becoming homeless
Individuals in affordable housing
Families counseled and protection from exploitation
Immigration Helpline calls answered
Immigrants welcomed and served
Immigration & Refugee Support
Catholic Charities is a leader in providing a humanitarian response to immigrants and refugees from all over the world escaping war, famine, political unrest, climate change and poverty.
Help us reach our goal of $250,000 which will allow us to scale our current Immigration programs and have a measurable impact for thousands of individuals and families with legal representation, support through day labor worker centers, finding employment and assistance to documented and undocumented immigrants, refugees and newcomers of all nationalities, ethnicities and religions. We are proud to be part of a welcoming New York.
Your Investment Will Change Lives
In the heart of a compassionate and welcoming city that never sleeps, Catholic Charities stands as a beacon of hope for our fellow New Yorkers in need. We are proud to be a trusted partner of The New York Times for more than 112 years and to be a part of The New York Times Communities Fund. With additional financial resources, we will be able to expand our impact and continue to meet the current and emerging needs of Catholics and non-Catholics alike who require our assistance to live in greater dignity.
Providing Emergency Shelter
Sustaining and Building Permanent Affordable Housing
Housing Support Services
Finding Temporary and Transitional Residences
Accessing Legal Help
Help for Refugees, Asylums, and Victims of Trafficking
Refugee Resettlement Assistance
Supporting Immigrant Workers
Obtaining Permission to Work in the U.S.
Job Opportunities for Day Laborers