Strengthening Families & Resolving Crises

Top 6 Tips to Cope with Code Red New York Heat Advisory

Everything You Need to Know

Watch out. The National Weather Service issued a Heat Advisory today and NYC’s...

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Help at Your Fingertips – As Easy as 1, 2, 3

Call Catholic Charities Help Line

Overwhelmed and don’t know where to turn?  Catholic Charities is here to help.  And we make it as easy as 1, 2, 3.

Our Catholic Charities Help...

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Mercy Center's 25th Anniversary

Do you love baseball? Are you a supporter of Mercy Center AND a huge fan of the New York Yankees? Well now you can have it all!

On Tuesday, July 19th, come and...

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Alianza Dominicana - Opening Night of the Dominican Film Festival

We are honored to cordially invite you to the Opening Night of the Dominican Film Festival in NY, with the US premiere of La Familia Reyna at the United Palace on Thursday, June 22 at 8:00...

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National Puerto Rican Day Parade

The National Puerto Rican Day Parade (NPRDP) will be held on Sunday, June 12th along NYC’s Fifth Avenue.

Catholic Charities staff and volunteers will march along the parade route...

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Viacom Volunteers Mentor “Grace” Women Preparing to Reenter Workforce

Real World Warm Up

Successful Viacom female leaders mentor Grace Institute's women reentering the workforce

By Karen Daly...

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CCCS Dutchess County - Spirit of Service Awards Dinner

As we work to fulfill our mission to build a more just and caring Dutchess County by providing comprehensive, high quality human services to our neighbors of all religions, particularly the poor and vulnerable, we have been fortunate to have the support of many community-minded individuals who...

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Encore Community Services - The Annual Heart to Heart Awards Benefit

The Heart to Heart Awards Presentation
Cynthia M. Boyea
Property Manager Paramount Group, Inc...

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Roaches, Mold & Asthma: How Catholic Charities Helped a Family Leave this Nightmare Behind

One Family’s Story

Roach bites dotted baby Clinton’s face.  Big brother Gerard, 11, hooked himself up to a nebulizer daily because black mold growing up the walls in the family’s apartment...

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Eulogy for a Man Who Gave the Gift that Matters Most: A Job

Ode to Hank Jorgensen

By Peter Sullivan

I learned yesterday from a former unemployed client who I helped find a job that Hank Jorgensen passed away. Hank had just a regular job - ...

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