Catholic Charities has expanded emergency food assistance locations and hours in Delaware and Maryland’s Eastern Shore. Added locations include the main, Dover and Georgetown offices. Expanded hours at the Thrift Center, Casa San Francisco and Seton Center now offer food availability every weekday. Casa San Francisco also offers weekend hours. Families in need of emergency food can call to schedule a same-day pick-up at the closest pantry location. For more info, click here.

Catholic Charities continues essential services during the public health crisis. At this time, we are no longer able to accept donation of thrift shop goods but will gratefully accept donations of non-perishable food and grocery items, diapers, hygiene and cleaning supplies, and gift cards. All donations will allow us to continue to provide services and assistance to those in desperate need in our communities. To donate online, click here.

Seeking certification as an alcohol / drug counselor? Training and continuing education credits are being offered through Delaware Health and Social Services / DSAMH. For more info, call 302-255-9480 or click here. Note, courses do not meet all requirements for certification.

Listen in with Jeff Balk of Radio Rehoboth as he discusses the history of Catholic Charities with Richelle Vible, Executive Director, in this June 30th podcast.

How will you keep your family and home comfortable this winter? To see if your family income falls within the Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP) guidelines, click here.

Extended! Our Stock the Pantry Food Drive continues through May. Over 3,000 families need your help! Drop off non-perishable foods, diapers, hygiene supplies, cleaning supplies, gift cards, and monetary donations at all locations M-F 9am-4pm. For suggested donation & drop-off locations, click here.

Catholic Charities announces that the Annual Tribute Dinner scheduled for Wed., April 1, 2020 has been postponed. A reschedule date will be announced when available.

Need help paying your utility bills? Apply for LIHEAP today! LIHEAP is a federally funded Low-Income Home Energy Assistance Program that helps households pay the cost of home energy. For more information on income guidelines and how to apply, click here.

Catholic Charities accepts donations in many forms. If you would like to schedule a pick up of a large donation such as furniture, appliances or other large items, call 302-764-2717 to schedule a pick up. For days we will most likely be in your area, click here.