Catholic Charities New York in Arizona

Catholic Charites of New York deployed a team of staff volunteers to help one of our sister agencies, Catholic Community Services, at the former Benedictine monastery in Tucson, AZ. The need is both great and varied as the local Catholic Charities agencies are inundated with migrant travelers. Our CCNY volunteers are sharing their eyewitness stories.  

Westchester County Wage Theft Trial Makes History

In a history-making event, justice finally came to three day laborers whose wages had been stolen by their employer, thanks to significant intervention by Catholic Charities New York. The jury found the employer in violation of Federal and State labor laws.

New York State Offers Tax Credit for Hiring Addiction Recovery Employees

New York State is launching the nation’s first tax credit to employers who hire people recovering from alcohol or drug addiction. Dubbed The Recovery Tax Credit, businesses may claim up to $2,000 for each full- or part-time employee who is eligible under the new rules.

Youth Migrants: If I’m Going to Die Here at Home, I Prefer to Die Getting to Safety in the United States

Catholic Charities' Monsignor Sullivan joins Fox 5’s Good Day this week. He offers a detailed look into the challenges, contradictions, and transformations witnessed in the Northern Triangle based on his first-hand experiences in the region, while paving the way for hope and stability for the millions who call it home.

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Easter Sunday Bombings in Sri Lanka and Our Care for God’s Creation

On this week’s episode of Just Love, Monsignor Kevin Sullivan talks about the tragic bombings in Sri Lanka and also a Catholic climate movement. Guests include Marion Boteju, Corporate Secretary and Chief of Staff for Catholic Charities, and Kelly Moltzen, Program Manager for the Institute for Family Health’s Bronx Health REACH Project.

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What’s New in the 2020 Census

And How What’s New Affects You

By Alice Kenny

The U.S. Census count, a once-in-a decade nationwide event – along with changes planned for it - can have a huge impact on you.


On the Frontlines and in the Field

Kelly Agnew Barajas Shares Her Firsthand Witness to the Growing Refugee Crisis

Kelly Agnew Barajas, our director of refugee resettlement at Catholic Charities NY, recently spoke about her...

Westchester County Wage Theft Trial Makes History

First Case to Appear in Federal Court Wins Maximum Amount

By Teresa Santiago and Alice Kenny

In a history-making event, justice finally came to three day laborers whose wages had...

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Catch the Wellness Wave with Catholic Charities NY!

By Alice Kenny

Looking for free medical screenings, mammograms, blood pressure checks – even martial arts! – and more?  “Catch the...

Reflections from the Border: Catholic Charities New York in Arizona

Photo: Catholic Charities of New York, Tuscon, AZ

The Department of Homeland Security is releasing thousands of detainees at the southern border to relieve overcrowding, overwhelming...

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At Catholic Charities We Celebrate You

By Alice Kenny

For all moms and children of moms we wish you a wonderful Mother’s Day.

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Best Way to Help Immigrants in New York

Volunteer at Catholic Charities Free Legal Clinics

By Alice Kenny

As more and more moms, dads and children from the gang-filled nations of Honduras, Guatemala and El Salvador, flee...

Justice, Charity & Peace

Huge Mandate Addressed by Dedicated Staff

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By Alice Kenny

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Farm Workers Bill: A Matter of Justice

Not Special Rights, Just Human Rights

Farm workers, largely immigrants, are the pickers and plowers behind New York State’s multi-billion-dollar dairy, vegetable and wine industry. Yet the...

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