Catholic Charities News
Christmastime is here! For many, this season marks a time of celebration, giving and love. For others, it is a time of great hardship, particularly this year as so many across our communities are struggling as a result of COVID-19.
"Famine is at humanity’s doorstep,” World Food Program Executive Director, David Beasley
The World Food Program is the recipient of the 2020 Nobel Peace Prize, awarded in an online ceremony yesterday. This honor highlights the growing numbers of food insecure people across the globe and the work being done to combat hunger.
Recently, Beth Chambers, director of Catholic Charities’ Greater Boston and South divisions, sat down with WBZ Radio to discuss the need in our communities, how Catholic Charities of Boston serves our communities each day, and how people can give back to help us provide assistance for more of our neighbors in need.
You can listen to the feature here:
We are now nine months into the COVID-19 pandemic and the number of cases across the state and country continues to rise. Catholic Charities of Boston (CCAB) continues to see the lasting economic impacts of the pandemic on a daily basis.
Each of CCAB’s programs continues to work through the ever-changing COVID-19 landscape. Please click here to view an updated status on our programs and services: COVID-19 Program Updates