Posted July 16, 2021
(Photo caption: From left to right: Hispanic Senior Center staff members Gloria Martinez, Sandra Roman and Esther Rodriguez.)
When lockdown began in March 2020, Catholic Charities' Hispanic Senior Center—which provides recreational and socialization activities for older Hispanic adults through the St. Augustine Towers—was forced to close its doors.
"Like other Catholic Charities staff, the HSC staff was confused and nervous with the information flowing in about COVID-19 and its effects, especially on older adults," said Evelyn Santos, the center's program coordinator. "But one thing that was on everyone's mind was how we were going to continue feeding the seniors and also... read more
Posted July 07, 2021
Earlier this month, Fatima Family Center's child care program received a 5-star rating from Step Up to Quality (SUTQ), the quality rating and improvement system administered by Ohio's Department of Education and Department of Job... read more
Posted July 02, 2021
Today we honor Patricia Jackson, our Pandemic Hero in Heaven.
After a long battle against cancer, Patricia—or Pat—joined her Heavenly Father on June 23, 2021.
"She is truly a pandemic hero because despite her health challenges she... read more
Posted June 28, 2021
On Sunday, June 27, The Plain Dealer published its "Top Workplaces 2021" list, naming Catholic Charities a Top Workplace for the eighth consecutive year.
In its list of large employers, which included 22 Northeast Ohio-based companies... read more
Posted June 23, 2021
Walk into the first-floor lobby of the St. Augustine Towers on Detroit Avenue in Cleveland's Detroit-Shoreway District, and you'll be greeted by the smile of Receptionist Betty Washington.
While pandemic safety measures have begun to ease... read more