When COVID-19 forced Catholic Charities to end most of its in-person counseling services in mid-March, the team pivoted quickly and began reaching out from home, offering sessions to clients by phone or through video conferencing. [...]
William J. McCarthy Jr. Executive Director It’s been five years since Freddie Gray’s death, and it might not have happened in Baltimore this week, but across the country, it’s still happening. It’s been 52 years [...]
Editor's note: We are very grateful for food donations. At the moment, we ask that new groups or individuals consider donations of in-kind goods beyond food. Each day, it takes countless donations to help Catholic [...]
Editor's note: We always appreciate casserole donations. At the moment, we ask that new groups hold off on making large-quantity casserole donations. Most people would have at least flinched when offered 400 pounds of uncooked [...]
In normal times, staff at My Sister’s Place Women’s Center think constantly about what women and children experiencing homelessness need to get by. But as COVID-19 spread, limiting what services the center could provide, those [...]
When Carolyn Carozza moved into St. Elizabeth Rehabilitation and Nursing Center more than two years ago, it was her fourth stint in rehabilitation – this one brought on by a fall – and she wanted [...]
Every day, at our 80 programs at 200 locations throughout Maryland, Catholic Charities of Baltimore serves children and families, immigrants, individuals with intellectual disabilities, people living in poverty and seniors.