Catholic Charities is one of the largest private family service agencies in Fairfield County. We serve the most vulnerable in our communities.
Help your most vulnerable neighbors struggling to feed their families due to the rising cost of food, gas and housing. Catholic Charities is the leading provider of food resources throughout the Diocese, serving over 1.5 million meals each year to individuals, children, families and the homebound elderly!
Programs and Services
Our programs and services address both immediate needs and provide support and preparation for fostering independence and self-sufficiency.
Helping Since 1916
Catholic Charities serves Fairfield County with programs that feed the hungry and homebound, shelter the homeless, strengthen families, assist with physical and mental health, and deliver consultation and assistance to immigrants. We serve all people without regard to age, race, religion, or ability to pay.
Years of Service
Individuals Served Each Year
In the complex tapestry of life, relationships hold a central place, and among them, romantic partnerships are among the most intricate. While love can be a source of immense joy, it can also bring its share of challenges and conflicts. This is where couples counseling, offered as part of New Outlook Counseling, emerges as a valuable resource for strengthening relationships and nurturing lasting bonds.
Discover how Zumiez Corporation’s annual donation of winter garments and blankets to Catholic Charities of Fairfield County is making a significant impact. Learn about the collaborative effort involved in distributing over 2,000 items to individuals facing the harsh challenges of winter without sufficient clothing. Find out how coat donations offer more than just physical warmth, providing dignity, relieving financial strain, and fostering community connection in times of need.
Relive the magic of our ‘Voices for Volunteers’ event at the Westport Country Playhouse! We celebrated the selfless dedication of Catholic Charities volunteers across Fairfield County with performances by Broadway stars like John Treacy Egan and Cady Huffman.