Volunteer Fred Myers

Meet Fred Myers, a volunteer in our Gloucester County family and community services center, located in Westville. He comes to us through a program called Experience Works, helping connect unemployed seniors with work experiences to help them enter the work force. Fred worked in food service for 30 years. The long...

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Staff Donates $500 to Disaster Relief Fund as Parting Gift to Jennifer Dyer

Latest News Catholic Charities Home Latest News Home About Us Contact Us Staff of Catholic Charities, Diocese of Camden donated $500 to the recently established Father Larry Snyder Disaster Relief Fund in honor of the twelve years of service to the agency by former assistant director Jennifer Dyer. Staff members donated to the...

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Giving Tuesday at Catholic Charities

Latest News Catholic Charities Home Latest News Home About Us Contact Us #GivingTuesday is a social media phenomenon that started as a way to give back after the days of big holiday spending following Thanksgiving: Black Friday and Cyber Monday. This year Giving Tuesday falls on December 2. You can learn more about Giving...

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“Make a Difference Day” at St. Joseph’s Parish Donates 750 Sandwiches

On Saturday, October 25, Nancy Hickman, coordinator of Catholic Charities’ Family and Community Services Center for Atlantic County, was invited to speak at St. Joseph Church in Somers Point on the importance of service to others. Her talk kicked off the parish’s ‘Make a Difference Day,’ an event that formed...

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Celebrating the Dyer Legacy

Latest News Catholic Charities Home Latest News Home About Us Contact Us Catholic Charities Assistant Director’s 12 Years Marked by Diversity Jennifer Dyer, assistant director of Catholic Charities, Diocese of Camden for 12 years, has accepted the position of executive director for Catholic Charities of the Diocese of Gary, Indiana. Her term as...

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Collaboration to Assist the New Face of Sandy

Frances Hallman’s home was still riddled with mold two years after Super Storm Sandy. Even though she had sustained considerable damages connected to the storm, as a mobile home resident she didn’t qualify for FEMA aid. The heavy rains of Sandy had caused her roof to buckle from water weight...

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Sandy Recovery Two Years After the Storm

In the days following the devastation of Super Storm Sandy, Miriam Tanguay, a Catholic Charities employee, remembers working seven days a week at distribution sites in Wildwood and Northfield giving out donated food and supplies to storm victims. She would return at the end of the long days in the...

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Celebrating World Refugee Day

By: Musleh Amjaad (AJ), Bethlehem University Student Intern On June 21, 2014 Catholic Charities of Diocese of Camden celebrated its annual salute to the courage of refugees at the 4th Annual World Refugee Day Celebration. World Refugee Day was established by the United Nations to honor the courage, strength and...

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Theatrical Debut for a Refugee Client

Theatrical Debut for a Refugee Client For over two decades, The Ritz Theatre in Oaklyn, New Jersey, has been putting on live quality performances for many to enjoy.  One refugee youth, Miss Oh Na Sa, was lucky enough to hone her skills at the Ritz Theatre’s “Summer Theatre Arts Camp”...

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