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 [...]
The phrase “it takes a village” rings poignantly true for many right now as the nation battles the COVID-19 pandemic. For Catholic Charities, that “village” includes a trio of local businesses that joined forces to [...]
Immigrants will face more hurdles to prove they will not become a “public charge” under a recent change to federal law – at the same time health concerns related to COVID-19 raise unprecedented challenges, according [...]
What do you do with almost 20,000 pounds of potatoes? Eric Jackson of the Black Yield Institute receives potatoes for families in Cherry Hill If you're First Fruits Farm in Freeland, Maryland, you [...]
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.