St. Nicholas Project

The St. Nicholas Project is a year-round initiative to help the most vulnerable in New York City and neighboring communities by providing support to individuals and families through donations of essential items and case management services.

For questions, please contact Lakisha.morris@archny.org or call 646-794-2436.

 

How does the St. Nicholas Project Help?

We help more than 6,000 individuals by providing them with essential items for the winter season and critical training and supplies throughout the remaining seasons.

Ways to Help 

This year, more people in need are turning to Catholic Charities, and you can help ensure no one goes without this Christmas season! 

  1. Adopt-A-Family:

Get matched with a family based on your needs. Shop for this family and send all items to Catholic Charities to distribute to families.

  1. Annual Toy and Coat Drive:

Donate toys or coats and Catholic Charities will distribute to individuals in need. Get family, friends or coworkers involved, too!

  1. Parish Giving Tree:

Consider participating in our Giving Tree Program at your local parish. Ornaments will be labeled with items needed for purchase. Shop for individuals and send all items to Catholic Charities.

  1. Monetary Donations:

Don't have time to shop? Monetary gifts of all sizes help. Donate here or contact Lakisha Morris at (646) 794-2436.

We help more than 4,000 individuals by providing them with essential items for the winter season and critical training and supplies throughout the remaining seasons.