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    New Building 232

Welcome to Catholic Charities of Broome County!

We exist to raise awareness for our cause and bring change to the lives of those we serve in Broome County. With your help we can make a difference. Our website furthers our mission by providing ways for you to learn more and get involved. Thanks for visiting. Your support is appreciated.

Thanksgiving Food Baskets

Catholic Charities is now offering individuals the opportunity to sign up for a Thanksgiving Basket at our Food Pantry locations. Sign-ups will run through October 21, 2016, and can be accessed at the following locations:

Binghamton Food Pantry at 100 Main St Binghamton:

Monday, Wednesday, Thursday & Friday; 9:00am-11:30am & 1:00pm-3:30pm

Mother Teresa's Cupboard at St. Ambrose Church, 202 Garfield Ave. Endicott:

Monday, Wednesday & Friday; 9:00am-2:30pm

  • Residents of Vestal, Endwell and Endicott are asked to please sign-up at Mother Teresa's Cupboard.
  • Residents of Johnson City may choose either location, but must sign-up at only one.
  • Residents of the Windsor School District must sign-up with Windsor Human Development.  Please call 217-8839 for more information.
  • All othe Broome County residents please sign-up at the Binghamton Food Pantry.

Individuals siging up myust be 18 years or older; must provide proof of residency withion the last 30 days; and must bring ID for each household member.

For more information, please contact Mary Whitcombe at 584-7800.

"Partnering For Change"

2015 was a year of gearing up for big changes in how services will be delivered for the most vulnerable in our community.  While we continue to serve over 50,000 people each year, it has become more important than ever to look at whether our programs are still relevant and provided in ways that maximize available funding and resources. 

Our theme is "Partnering for Change" as we work on new collaborations locally and across New York State.  By coming together in new ways with other groups, we can bring the best of each entity to bear in serving people most in need.  The positive energies of many make our services possible.

It is with profound gratitude that we recognize our Diocesan Leadership, Board of Directors, dedicated staff and volunteers, donors and supporters: you mkae it all possible. Finally we thank those who we are honored and privileged to serve and walk with on their individual journeys of change.

Lori Accardi, Executive Director

Catholic Charities Accepts Check from Walmart

Catholic Charities of Broome County receives a $75,000 grant from the Walmart Foundation for its ‘Nutritiously Full’ food program.

Grand Opening Celebration

Bishop Robert Cunningham cuts the ribbon
to open our new building at the Grand Opening