Charter Communications announced a donation of $7,500 to New Covenant Center to support its food distribution program in partnership with Catholic Charities of Fairfield County through the company’s national community philanthropic program, Spectrum Employee Community Grants.
The Thomas Merton Family Center in Bridgeport has made significant progress since its groundbreaking event, which many of you attended. With the cooler months approaching, we are preparing to open the doors to our new location at 1406 State Street.
Message of His Holiness Pope Francis for the 109th World Day of Migrants and Refugees 2023.
Every year, September is recognized as National Suicide Prevention Month, a time to raise awareness about the alarming prevalence of suicide and the resources available to prevent it. For many, it is a time of reflection, education, and commitment to advocating for mental health. The mission of Catholic Charities of Fairfield County (CCFC) New Outlook Counseling is to stand in solidarity with those struggling and to provide compassionate and professional care.
Room to Grow (RTG) preschool, a program of Catholic Charities located in Norwalk, CT is seeking fulltime
Assistant Teachers and per diem/part-time Substitute Teachers to begin immediate employment.
RTG is a state-licensed and nationally-accredited facility that provides high-quality care and education for
children ages three-to-five years old who reside in Norwalk.
Located in Bridgeport, CT, the Thomas Merton Center is seeking a full-time (Monday-Friday), benefits eligible Food Pantry Coordinator.
This Saturday, September 9th, New Covenant Center, a program of Catholic Charities of Fairfield County, will be participating in NBC 4 NY and Telemundo’s sponsorship of “Feeding our Families” in the tri-state area. Over 200 Stop and Shop locations will be the sites of local food pantries who will collect donated items to distribute to people in need. The overall goal is to reach $1 million in donated food throughout the region.
Sammy’s journey of compassion began when he crossed paths with Karen, the Volunteer Coordinator at the Thomas Merton Center (TMC), during a summer camping trip.
Morning Glory Breakfast Program is announcing new shower times for guests at the Dorothy Day Hospitality House
After a year of homelessness and life’s formidable challenges, Alissa became a participant in Catholic Charities of Fairfield County’s CCR Housing Program, where she was paired with Ms. Nataya Perry, a dedicated Senior Case Manager. Ms. Perry’s role was pivotal in helping Alissa secure housing and facilitating her connection to vital community resources.