Catholic Charities News
This Valentine’s Day weekend, we encourage you to forego a dinner out and, instead, feed a family in need in your local community.
This year has been challenging for us all, but has been especially difficult for those most vulnerable. As the financial pressures sparked by the coronavirus continue, more people than ever before are turning to our food pantries to put nutritious meals on the table to feed their families.
We are pleased to share the below information from Solidarity Supply Distro about a free shopping event this coming weekend:
In celebration of Black History Month, we're pleased to share a list, curated by Boston University, of 10 books by Black authors, meant to both inspire and entertain.
We are grateful to announce that Catholic Charities of Boston’s Merrimack Valley division recently received a $20,000 grant from The Highland Street Foundation to go toward basic needs and food pantry support for those living in the Merrimack Valley.
The Highland Street Foundation is committed to addressing the most pressing needs and concerns for children and families in Massachusetts and California by providing access and opportunities in education, housing, mentorship, health care, environment, and the arts.