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Catholic Charities Offers New Vocational Training Sessions in 2022

By News

Catholic Charities today announced the latest vocational training and workforce development offerings available in early 2022 at its East Delavan Academy, a short-term vocational training program which provides classroom, hands-on, and soft-skills training for students ages 18 and older. “Businesses and organizations across Western New York are hiring with construction, information…

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John R. Oishei Foundation extends challenge to Buffalo United for Afghan Evacuees: Raise $25,000 and we will match it

By Immigration

Today, Buffalo United for Afghan Evacuees is announcing that The John R. Oishei Foundation has offered the campaign a matching challenge to generate $25,000 in donations and they will match that same amount leadingto a total of $50,000. On September 2, 2021, five organizations came together to announce a fundraising effort to raise $750,000 to support more than 300 Afghan evacuees destined for Buffalo. The campaign, Buffalo United for Afghan Evacuees, has…

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Catholic Charities WIC Program Recognized with National Breastfeeding Award of Excellence

By Women, Infants & Children: WIC

Catholic Charities of Buffalo announced its Women, Infants & Children (WIC) program recently received a WIC Breastfeeding Award of Excellence, Gold, from the USDA’s Food and Nutrition Service, Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for WIC. The award program, given at three levels of performance: Gold, Premiere, and Elite, recognizes local WIC agencies…

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Catholic Charities’ Kinship Caregiver Program Seeking Families in Allegany and Cattaraugus Counties

By Care Coordination Services

Program helps non-parents navigate challenges of providing full-time care of related children who have been separated from biological parents Are you the primary caregiver of another family member’s child? The Kinship Caregiver Program at Catholic Charities is a resource for families in Allegany and Cattaraugus counties who may need support in stepping…

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