By Alice Kenny
Only three days left for you to pitch in with Feeding Our Neighbors, our Archdiocesan-wide weeklong drive to replenish food pantries supporting non-Catholics and Catholics alike.
“Pope Francis recently wrote ‘if we don’t share our life is a slow suicide,’” Timothy Cardinal Dolan told a crowd at St. Patrick’s Cathedral at the kickoff to this year’s campaign. “And this is a very simple from-the-heart appeal to share food and it works at this cold time of the year when Christmas charity is almost exhausted and when people are looking for food.”
There is just one goal for Feeding Our Neighbors: that New Yorkers answer the call to feed those who are suffering in our community.
Click here and join us in Feeding our Neighbors and specify “Feeding Our Neighbors” in the comments field on our Online Gift page.
Or text “CCHOPE” to 85944 to make a quick, easy $10 donation.
Watch and listen as Cardinal Dolan speaks about Feeding Our Neighbors at St. Patrick’s Cathedral.
“The Feeding Our Neighbors campaign works,” Cardinal Dolan said.