There is always something exciting happening at St. Catherine’s Center for Children! Check out our headlines to catch up on the latest news. Also, our special events and fundraisers provide a great opportunity for friends, donors, and staff to meet one another, discuss common interests, and strengthen relationships in a relaxed setting. Check out our list of upcoming events. There’s something for everyone, from our annual SCCCript & SCCCreen Gala--a salute to popular films--to a golf tournament to our Running SCCCared Family 5K. We look forward to seeing you at one of these events! For more information, please contact Adam Rossi at (518) 453-6756.
It did not happen a long time ago in a galaxy far, far away. Actually, it occurred in Albany on May 5, but you will excuse guests who attended St. Catherine’s 9th Annual SCCCript and SCCCreen Gala if they thought they had landed in the middle...
St. Catherine’s Center for Children has announced a reorganization of its senior management levels. The agency has appointed three new Associate Executive Directors to manage its programs, which last year
Social workers are making a difference in the lives of millions Americans every day.
St, Catherine's Center for Children held its annual breakfast for donors and volunteers at the University Club of Albany on February 3
St. Catherine's R & E May School will use New York's 2014 Smart Schools Bond Act (SSBA) to enhance technology and learning opportunities for students
St. Catherine's has renewed its contract with the New York State Health Department to continue operation of Project HOST through September 2018.
On December 2, the state announced that St. Catherine's Center for Children was among 237 applicants statewide to receive a New York State Nonprofit Infrastructure Capital Investment Program (NICIP) grant
The Albany County Bar Association has awarded St. Catherine's Center for Children a $4,500 grant to support the agency's supervised visitation program
The board of directors of St. Catherine's Center for Children has announced their selection of a new agency Executive Director
St. Catherine’s Center for Children awarded 3-year, 1.2 million dollar federal grant for homeless services
St. Catherine's Center for Children one of 30 agencies chosen nationwide to receive homeless grant.
St. Catherine's Center for Children has received a grant to help continue its Expressive Arts Therapy program for traumatized children and adults.
Ava LedDuke, a senior at Academy of the Holy Names school, produced and performed in a Cabaret for Kids show that raised $12,000 for St. Catherine's. The show was held April 8 at the Campus Arts Center at Holy Names.
St. Catherine's Center for Children has been re-accredited by the Council on Accreditation (COA) for Children and Family Services, an international, independent human service accrediting organization.
William T. Gettman, Jr., St. Catherine's Executive Director, offerend testimony to the NYS Legislature regarding human services budget proposals for the 2016-2017 fiscal year.
Solving the homeless problem in the Capital Region requires keeping all options open.