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THE NEEDIEST CASES FUND in Partnership with Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of New York In “an all-hands-on-deck” year, nonprofit groups help families with toys, food, books and winter essentials. Keeping Families Warm Volunteers streamed into the expansive basement of the Church of Our Saviour on Park Avenue in Manhattan on Dec....
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Charitable organizations supported vaccination efforts, prioritized mental health and enabled communities to receive services as the struggles of Covid-19 continued. THE NEEDIEST CASES FUND in Partnership with Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of New York This year, some beneficiary organizations also turned their attention to helping distribute Covid-19 vaccines. In February, one...
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When Covid-19 hit, these New Yorkers faced setbacks. A year later, pieces are falling into place for their careers and health. THE NEEDIEST CASES FUND in Partnership with Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of New York Robert Sanchez, who has faced many dark days filled with health crises, was also...
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Readjusting to their households’ needs, New Yorkers out of work found “there will be people who will help you.” After living with his daughter in a studio for a few years, Louis Armand was hoping to make a change. He had been working at an event venue...
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Nishi Akter has one main goal in her studies at Fordham University: “I’m doing all this as a way out of the cycle of poverty.” Born in Noakhali, Bangladesh, Ms. Akter came to the United States with her family in 2013 and settled in the Bronx. She...
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Throughout the month of October, Catholic Charities is celebrating the volunteers and clients of our Pro Bono Project in anticipation of National Pro Bono Week coming up October 24-30, 2021. Today, we highlight Pro Bono Volunteer Advocate Kristen Sisko of Meyner and Landis LLP. When Kristen first volunteered with...
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THE NEEDIEST CASES FUND Supporting Afghans After EvacuationNonprofit groups supported by The Times’s annual campaign worked to nourish, support, and welcome those seeking refuge. “When you’re patient and kind with someone who has left everything behind,” one New Yorker said, “the whole experience will be different.” Days before Afghanistan...
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Darren’s Journey: Covid-19, Emergency Surgery and the Healing Bed Part Two of Two In Part 1 of Darren’s Story, “Darren’s Journey: From Prison and Addiction to a Beacon of Hope” we met Darren Walters, a man whose life began with institutionalization and incarceration in 1970s New York City....
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Darren’s Journey: From Prison and Addiction to a Beacon of Hope Part One of Two Darren Walters has experienced a lot during his lifetime. Overcoming institutionalization, prison, lifetime parole, and addiction, he turned his life around with the help of his team at Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese...
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New Yorkers with medical issues faced additional burdens in lockdown, balancing protecting their health and staying afloat. Robert Sanchez has spent much of his life waiting for the other shoe to drop. At age 19, he began serving 15 years in prison for drug possession, and afterward, he dedicated himself...
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