October 11th, 2017
There’s only one month to go before New Covenant Center’s 7th Annual Harvest Table fundraiser! Last year, we sold out so please consider purchasing tickets as soon as possible. It’s going to be another great event at our new venue, the Hyatt Regency Greenwich. There’s also time to sign up to be a sponsor and join our current group of XL Catlin, Linda and Bruce Koe, Diane and Mike Boyd, Sarita and Greg Hanley, Leslie and Terry Laughren, Christine and Nils Dahl, Gina and Ed Kearns, Barbara and Peter Ripp, Clive A. Correia, Darien Rowayton Bank, Lisa & Bob Schultz, RMS, Laure Aubuchon, and the Hyatt Regency Greenwich.
FREE Counseling for QUALIFIED Danbury Area Residents
October 3rd, 2017
Danbury Behavioral Health has received a grant from CT Council of Family Service Agencies to provide free counseling services to vulnerable at-risk population ( adults, children, or families up to the age of 65 in CT, living at 150% Federal Poverty Level, who are uninsured). This is a SSBG grant from the Department of Social Services is entitled “Theraputic Counseling ” and can ONLY provide services to those residing in the Danbury Area. For more information contact Richard Madwid.
September 14th, 2017
Thank you to WEBE 108! The hit radio station donated 300 backpacks and supplies to Catholic Charities. These items will be distributed to clients in need throughout all of our programs, including our Room to Grow Preschools in Norwalk, the Thomas Merton Center in Bridgeport and New Covenant Center in Stamford.
Catholic Charities 2017 Community Impact Snapshot
September 13th, 2017
Catholic Charities Works to End Youth Homelessness in CT
September 6th, 2017
On September 2, 2017, the News Times published an article that featured information about Catholic Charities’ efforts to end youth homelessness in Connecticut. The entire article is here for viewing.