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Early Childhood Youngsters Explore Their Creative Sides

Students of the Catholic Charities Therese Cervini Early Childhood Development Center in Flush​ing, Q​ueens recently hosted their in-school art series: Art Studio with Mr. Harlem. Our students perfected their molding clay skills as they strengthened their sensory experience and fine and major motor skills. Our students had a blast exploring their artistic abilities while bonding with classmates.
Since the pandemic began, Catholic Charities Brooklyn and Queens has witnessed a 1,000 percent increase in food requests and has provided much-needed food packages and services at 49 Catholic Charities parish-based food pantries. In total, the agency distributed over $3.4 million in food assistance in 2020. In addition, Catholic Charities witnessed a 37 percent increase in clients in 2020, and continued to deliver mental health counseling, housing services, family services and early childhood education. For additional information, visit our website at www.ccbq.org.