Catholic Charities and ShopRite Supermarkets Partner to Replenish Food Pantries and Feed Hungry Families in Hudson Valley

01/17/2018  |  Media Alerts  |  Share

For Immediate Release                                             
January 12, 2018   

For more information, contact: Kristin Jensen                                            
kristin.jensen@cccsos.org or 845.294.5124, x303

 

Feeding Our Neighbors 2018 Campaign Kick-Off
Friday, January...

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TD BANK TO HOLD DAY OF SERVICE VOLUNTEERING WITH CATHOLIC CHARITIES OF NEW YORK ON THURSDAY, JANUARY 18 IN HARLEM STARTING AT 10:00 AM

01/17/2018  |  Media Alerts  |  Share

On Thursday, January 18th TD Bank will be hosting their annual Day of Service, volunteering with Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of New York in Harlem starting at 10:00 am. The event, taking place at Catholic Charities Community Services Kennedy Center, will have over 125 TD Bank employees partnering with Catholic Charities to work on...

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Statement on Temporary Protected Status (TPS)

01/09/2018  |  Public Statements  |  Share

Due to the changes in TPS announced recently by the Trump administration,  Catholic Charities, the Office of the New Americans, El Diario, WADO 1280 and Noticias Univision 41 will hold a phone bank this Thursday and Friday between 5pm and 7pm to answer any questions that you may have about the end of this protected immigration status and the...

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Protecting Immigrants in New York - ny.gov

01/08/2018  |  Press Releases  |  Share

Governor Cuomo Announces Actions to Protect Thousands of Immigrants from Trump's Decision to End Temporary Protected Status for Salvadorans

Federal Government Ends TPS Status for 16,200 Salvadorans and Thousands of Haitians and Nicaraguans Currently Living in New York State

Governor Directs New York State Department of State to...

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Seeing More Than ‘Just Another Missing Teenager From the Bronx’

01/07/2018  |  New York Times Neediest Cases  |  Share

When Desiree Santana’s 14-year-old daughter went missing in September, she felt frantic.

Ms. Santana filed a police report, but two days later she was still awaiting news. She called the local detective assigned to the case up to seven times a day, but her calls were not returned, she said. The precinct promised to send her daughter’s...

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Justice for Puerto Rico - Commonweal

01/06/2018  |  News Articles  |  Share

What Can Be Done?

A good new year’s resolution for the United States government in 2018 would be to do justice to the commonwealth of Puerto Rico and its three million American citizens as they suffer with the aftermath of two powerful hurricanes.

It’s been said that if one part of the body suffers, all parts of it suffer. But...

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