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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.



“For beauty may fade and skin grow old, but a heart that is loyal will never grow cold.” --Marie Davis, poet


Catholic Charities Brooklyn and Queens has very dedicated staff. Like the drivers of our Catholic Charities Southwest Queens Home Delivered Meals Program. Not only did they deliver meals at the height of the winter storm the week of January 26th, but they also returned after the snowfall to do the very difficult work of digging out their delivery vehicles. On behalf of the seniors who received meals and a visit, we thank you!


Each year, Catholic Charities Brooklyn and Queens puts your donations to work during the Christmas season to bring hope and joy to children and families. This year, we raised over $70,000 in funds and toys through our Toy Drive, our Employee Dollar Drive, the Bright Christmas Fund from The Tablet, the Frederick Foundation, and other initiatives.


The work of Catholic Charities Brooklyn and Queens would not be possible without the support of volunteers.


President Obama has announced a new policy which will allow certain undocumented individuals to apply for a limited form of immigration relief.


The spirit of Thanksgiving is underway at Catholic Charities Brooklyn and Queens as 250 holiday meals are distributed in Brooklyn and Queens.


Catholic Charities Northeast Queens Friendly Visiting Program held its annual gala dinner in mid-November to thank their many volunteers who visit the homebound seniors throughout the year. 


Catholic Charities Brooklyn and Queens has announced that Monsignor Alfred LoPinto, Vicar for Human Services of the Diocese of Brooklyn, will serve as Chief Executive Officer of Catholic Charities Brooklyn and Queens and related agencies effective November 2014.


On Oct. 29, 2012, the devastating wind, rain and storm surges of Super Storm Sandy slammed into New York City and the Long Island coast, leaving death and destruction in its wake. Two years later, Catholic Charities Brooklyn and Queens relief efforts continue.

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