There has never been a time in our organization’s history when our service has been more in need. In order to do more good for more people, and with the support of the Diocese of Rochester and encouragement from government funders to streamline our work, our boards approved an integration of Catholic Charities of Steuben County and Catholic Charities of Livingston County which became effective October 1, 2020. Our new combined organization is called Catholic Charities Steuben/Livingston.
The uniting of our agencies helps us achieve our mission of providing critical services to families, working to reduce poverty and food insecurity, and advocating for social justice through our services. There is no change to the services we offer or how they are delivered. Please click below for an FAQ document that will provide you with more detail on this exciting change.
Volunteers and Catholic Charities Come Together to Provide Woman With a New Home, Livingston County
Many area businesses, groups and individuals donated materials and many hours of labor to help a homeless woman get a new home in Livingston County! Smith Lumber and Hardware Center, Messner Flooring, Aman Roofing, B&L Wholesale Supply – Rochester, South Seneca Vinyl, LLC, Monroe Piping & Sheet Metal LLC, Reclaimed Home Remodeling, Inc., Sts. Mary & Matthew Faith Community and Men’s group, Mike Bernard, Mike Shumway and Regan and Garrett Didas. We couldn’t have done this without each and every one of you ❤️
Steuben County 2020 Community Award Winners
Last fall, Catholic Charities Steuben held the annual Community Award ceremony virtually. This event recognizes individuals or organizations in Steuben County for outstanding commitment to the agency, its mission, and the service priorities that combine to advance our mission, including Kinship Family and Youth, Substance Free Living, and Turning Point. The theme for the Awards Dinner was Fostering Healthy Communities. We congratulate all the 2020 award recipients for helping to further our mission to build communities that care for all people by strengthening and enriching the quality of life for individuals, families, and children; working to reduce poverty; and advocating for social justice. Awardees were recognized at a virtual awards ceremony held Tuesday, October 27, 2020. You may view the list of all 2020 award recipients by clicking here. The 2020 Award Winners