Feeding the Hungry & Sheltering the Homeless

Top Tips to Answer Martin Luther King's Key Question

Celebrate this special day by answering what the  Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr.called "life’s most persistent and urgent question, 'What are you doing for others?'”...

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Hey, What’s Going on at ShopRite?

One sign, “World’s Greatest Can Can Sale,” means soup and sauce are bargains.

But how about the other new sign, “Feeding Our Neighbors”?

It's simple, says Tom Urtz...

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Feeding Our Neighbors - MLK Day of Service

Along with the Catholic Charities of New York, the United Jewish Appeal-Federation of New York is offering multiple opportunities in New York City, Westchester, and Long Island to participate in the National Martin Luther King, Jr. Day of Service.

These opportunities are part of the...

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Mayor de Blasio Hails Catholic Charities' Help for Homeless

Homelessness across New York City is soaring.  Nearly 4,000 people are now barely surviving on frigid city streets.  Meanwhile studies reveal a record high of approximately 58,000...

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Feeding Our Neighbors - Reduce Hunger & Increase Food Supports in NYC

FPWA is co-sponsoring with Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of New York, UJA-Federation of New York, and Bread for the World- the Feeding Our Neighbors initiative, a...

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Breaking News – And a Big Thanks for Helping Us Feed the Hungry During the Holidays!

More than 200 families in need served by Catholic Charities from Staten Island and all the way up to the Hudson Valley will sit down to their own holiday dinners complete with ham...

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Working But Hungry: Shocking NYC Stats

What happened to the American dream?

Nearly half of all working-age people in New York State and City who face hunger are employed. And many hold more than one job! The recession,...

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Assemblymen Stroll Our Food Pantry's Aisles - Find Out Why

With so many food pantries out there, why did New York Assemblyman Kevin Cahill and Assembly Speaker Carl Heastie tour our Catholic Charities Ulster County food pantry with Msgr....

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Poverty in NYC – Even Worse than We Thought: Check Out These Just-Released Numbers!

There is no poor like New York City poor.

We all know it. Housing. Food. Transportation. You name it. Money just does not go far enough here.

And now what we all know...

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Breaking News: Bank of America Donates 20K to Help Us Feed the Hungry

Great news!  Bank of America Charitable Foundation just awarded Catholic Charities $20,000 to help us buy food, encourage self sufficiency and feed the hungry through our Feeding Our...

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