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Encore Community Services, an agency which serves the needs of seniors in Manhattan’s Theatre District, presented its Community Impact Award to Msgr. Kevin Sullivan, Executive Director of Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese, at its June 21 fundraiser. At the event Encore director Jeremy Kaplan noted the...
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The New York City Department of Education has announced that its breakfast and lunch program will continue this summer. The summer meals are available to anyone ages 18 and under. Sites include public schools, community pool centers, parks, and food trucks. No registration documentation is required. Find a location near you. Meals...
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Catholic Charities Hosts Turkey Distribution Catholic Charities embraces Thanksgiving spirit by feeding those in need.Gus Rosendale reports.
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The distribution of 1,000 turkeys and festive trimmings at the Joseph P. Kennedy Jr. Center in Harlem Nov. 23 kicked off what Cardinal Timothy Dolan described as a season of charity. Mark D’Urso and the D’Urso family donated the turkeys for this annual...
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Catholic Charities’ staff and volunteers will be joining the Sept. 11 National Day of Service and Remembrance at the USS Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum, part of an effort to assemble a million dry meals for those at risk of hunger. Christina Perez, Assistant Manager of Agency Relations, said that Catholic...
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Catholic Charities marked the distribution of 10 million meals during the COVID-19 pandemic with a food distribution and outreach on immigration, housing, and health care at Sacred Heart Church in the Highbridge section of the Bronx July 29. Catholic, civic and business leaders emphasized that while there...
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A 2021 Census survey revealed that more than half a million families in the New York Metro Area sometimes or often don’t have enough to eat. If you have trouble believing that in the 21st century in the “city that never sleeps” that 1 in 10 families suffer...
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Anne Kibrick of Catholic Charities Community Services provides expert opinion to The US Department of Agriculture on food insecurity. By Jim Sliney Jr WASHINGTON, DC: Anne Kibrick, SNAP Outreach Coordinator for Catholic Charities Community Services (CCCS), part of Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese...
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Catholic Renewal, a group of professionals committed to building a network that provides charitable assistance to those in need, distributed produce, dry goods, hand sanitizers, and milk. On April 30th, Catholic Renewal held its first dedicated pop-up pantry event in the Bronx Terminal Market. Monsignor Kevin Sullivan, Executive Director of...
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Over 8 Million Meals Provided To New Yorkers Since The Start Of The Pandemic New York: Food insecurity in the New York has increased dramatically during COVID, with Catholic Charities of New York providing over 8 million meals to those in need. Throughout the pandemic, our doors have remained...
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