Catholic Charities News

Catholic Charities Teen Center Awarded Rodman Foundation Grant

Wednesday, June 3, 2020

                         Catholic Charities Teen Center Awarded Rodman Foundation Grant

                                     $10,000 grant to support COVID-19 relief response

BOSTON (June 3, 2020) – Catholic Charities of Boston’s Teen Center at St. Peter’s was recently awarded a $10,000 grant from the Don and Marilyn Rodman Foundation to support COVID-19 relief efforts in the community.

Catholic Charities Teen Center receives 5-year, $100,000 award from Cummings Foundation

Monday, June 1, 2020

BOSTON (June 1, 2020)—Catholic Charities of Boston’s Teen Center at St. Peter’s is one of 130 local nonprofits to receive grants through Cummings Foundation’s $20 Million Grant Program. The award, totaling $100,000, will be spread out over five years. The Dorchester-based Teen Center was chosen from a total of 738 applicants during a competitive review process.

Catholic Charities’ Teen Center provides programs and services to approximately 200 teens in the Bowdoin-Geneva neighborhood of Dorchester, focused on academic support and recreational activities.

Catholic Charities Receives Generous Grant Support

Friday, May 29, 2020

This week, we are honored to announce that Catholic Charities of Boston has been selected to receive three very generous grants from area organizations. This financial support enables us to continue serving our community members in need.

                 

The Boston Resiliency Fund announced that Catholic Charities of Boston will receive a $55,000 grant to support on-going COVID-19 relief efforts.

Massachusetts Unemployment Insurance Information- Available in Multiple Languages

Thursday, May 28, 2020

As COVID-19 continues to affect individuals and families across the state, we want to ensure that we provide you with the most up-to-date information and resources available to you.

Please find the Massachusetts Unemployment Insurance online application by clicking here.  Approximately 600,000 Massachusetts residents over the age of 5 have limited English proficiency, so we are also pleased to provide this information to you in multiple languages below:

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