Book listing non-profits is now available - Catholic Courier

Book listing non-profits is now available

The 2006-2007 Community Wishbook, which lists more than 200 local non-profit agencies, including a host of Catholic organizations, is now available at Tops Friendly Markets, town and branch libraries, Eastview Mall in Victor, the Mall at Greece Ridge and at free-literature racks throughout the community.

The information also is available at www.communitywishbook.com, which includes a calendar of special events that are sponsored by the charities. Many charities are looking for volunteers, for participants in events and for donations.

The charities in the Wishbook include: Catholic Charities Community Services, including AIDS services, Developmental Disabilities Services and Traumatic Brain Injury Services; Catholic Family Center agencies, including Aging and Adult Services, Freedom House, Hannick Hall, Homeless and Housing Services, and Refugee and Immigration; Daystar; Hope Hall; McAuley Residence; Mercy Resource Center with the Aging; Mercy Outreach Center; Mercy Prayer Center; Mercy Residential Services; Saints Place, School of the Holy Childhood; Sisters of Mercy/Andrews Center; Spirit House Healing Community; St. Joseph’s House of Hospitality; St. Joseph’s Neighborhood Center; St. Joseph’s Villa; St. Martin’s Place; and St. Michael’s Woodshop.

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