By Alice Kenny
The numbers of hungry New Yorkers are frightening. One-fifth of New York City children and one-sixth of the city’s residents live in homes without enough to eat, according to statistics compiled by The New York Times.
Help us help our hungry neighbors. Please join us in our third annual Feeding Our Neighbors campaign.
With your help, our 2014 Feeding Our Neighbors campaign will replenish food pantries and soup kitchens throughout the Archdiocese. This year, the campaign will take place Sunday, January 26 – Sunday, February 2, 2014.
“I am delighted that we are partnering with old, as well as, new friends. Archdiocesan Catechetical department and Catholic Schools, The Catholic Charities Junior Board, CYO, The Knights of Columbus and the Office of Youth Ministries are among those who responded and embraced Cardinal Dolan’s call to action,” says Msgr. Kevin Sullivan. “Thanks to all!”
To fight growing hunger, we are prepared to collect food and funds for an additional 1,000,000 meals. The first year of our Feeding Our Neighbors campaign we raised 500,000 additional meals. Last year, with help from donors like you, we raised close to 750,000 additional meals.
Tags: Archdiocesan Catechetical department, Cardinal Dolan, catholic schools, CYO, Feeding Our Neighbors campaign, food pantries, Msgr. Kevin Sullivan, Office of Youth Ministries, soup kitchen, The Catholic Charities Junior Board, The Knights of Columbus, The New York Times