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There’s always something exciting and important happening with our programs and services at Catholic Charities Brooklyn and Queens.  Read these stories and check back often.  We’re always posting updates.


As announced in July 2014 to the Board of Trustees, administration and staff of Catholic Charities Brooklyn and Queens, Robert Siebel will be retiring as Chief Executive Officer of Catholic Charities and Related Agencies, effective November 1, 2014. Siebel has served in this capacity for over eleven years, in a career spanning 41 years with the Agency.


Catholic Charities Young Adult Internship Program is currently accepting applications for paid internships. Interns will be paid a the minimum wage rate earning approximately $2,800 for a 14-week program. The program goes from November 24, 2014 through February 17, 2015. Participants will work 25 hours per week. The first round application deadline is October 20, so act fast!


Registration is currently open for immediate openings in a variety of Catholic Charities Early Childhood Service Centers including our Early Head Start and Universal Pre-K programs.


Catholic Charities Brooklyn and Queens (CCBQ) was once again chosen as one of the sites for St. John’s University’s University Service Day on Saturday, Sept. 28.


On Monday, Sept. 29, Catholic Charities Brooklyn and Queens raised $130,000 in support of 160 programs and services at the annual Bishop Joseph M. Sullivan Memorial Golf Classic.

Dedicated to the late Bishop Joseph M. Sullivan, the Golf Classic serves as one of Catholic Charities largest fundraisers throughout the year. The event is held at the Sands Point Golf Club in Sands Point, N.Y., the home course of Catholic Charities Board of Trustee, Peter J. Striano.


CCBQ partnered with the New York City Campaign Finance Board and others to host National Voters Registration Day at Columbus Park on Tuesday, Sept. 23. From 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.


On Monday, Sept. 22, Catholic Charities Brooklyn and Queens and Queens Councilman Eric A. Ulrich held a press conference to announce city funding to support bus service for seniors at four CCBQ centers in District 32 -- Howard Beach, Woodhaven, Rockaway Beach and Ozone Park.


NEW THIS YEAR! to the Bishop Joseph M. Sullivan Memorial Golf Classic is the Celebrity "Fivesome" package. This package includes a day of golf with a “celebrity golfer,” (a traditional foursome, plus a celebrity), caddie service, cocktail reception and dinner for four, hole sponsorship with signage at a hole, and full page program ad.


Catholic Charities is honored to host the Bishop Joseph M. Sullivan Memorial Golf Classic on Monday, Sept. 29 at Sands Point Golf Club in Sands Point, N.Y. Attended by many executives from the New York Metropolitan area, the event will benefit more than 160 programs and services throughout Brooklyn and Queens. Bishop Sullivan was an esteemed member of the CCBQ family for more than fifty years, providing vision, leadership and unwavering support.


On Wednesday, Aug. 6, CCBQ attended The Astoria Pool Celebration for older adults, 62 years and older, and people with special needs. This annual event is sponsored by Catholic Charities Brooklyn and Queens, New York City Department of Parks & Recreation and Community Board One.

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