New Covenant Center’s Summer Soirée
Join New Covenant Center to kick off the summer season! Dress in your favorite summer cocktail attire and enjoy a fun evening on the waterfront. Including: cocktail hour with lawn games, dinner, special program, call for generosity and more!
New Home New Hope Capital Campaign – The Thomas Merton Center
With our partners, the Catholic Charities Thomas Merton Family Center will provide wraparound services to our guests, helping them along their path to self-sufficiency in a newly renovated 13,000 square foot building at 1406 State Street in the heart of Bridgeport.
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
Empowering Transformation: CCR Client’s Journey to Well-being and Stability
Catholic Charities of Fairfield County’s Housing Program is thrilled to share the incredible progress Mr. F Lesko has made in improving his overall well-being over the past six months.
Announcement: The New Covenant Center 2023 Founder’s Award Honors Sarita Hanley for Exceptional Contributions
Catholic Charities of Fairfield County is delighted to announce the recipient of this year’s New Covenant Center Founder’s Award, Sarita Hanley. Established in 2016, this prestigious award pays tribute to individuals who have made remarkable contributions to our mission of hunger prevention and social services, creating a pathway towards a better life for those in need.
From Homelessness to Stability: One Client’s Journey with Catholic Charities’ Housing Program
Dawson Brown, a 64-year-old man, has finally found stability in his life after years of struggling with homelessness and various challenges. In November of 2022, Mr. Brown was enrolled in the CCR Housing Program and was assigned Ms. Nataya Perry as his Housing Case Manager.