Catholic Charities Community Services of Rockland to Host “Hearts of Gold” Gala


On Thursday, June 20th Catholic Charities Community Services of Rockland (CCCSR) will host their Gala Dinner titled “Hearts of Gold.” The event will take place at Town & Country at 922 Route 9W in Congers. CCCSR will recognize volunteers and staff from the 14 parishes in Rockland County. The honorees are nominated by their respective Pastors for their dedication and commitment to their own parish ministry.

“We are thrilled to be able to celebrate so many individuals who give back to their communities on a regular basis through our annual Hearts of Gold Gala. Last year's event was an enormous success with so many from around Rockland County coming out to celebrate those who do so much for others,” stated Dan Eudene, Executive Director of Catholic Charities Community Services of Rockland which assists with food insecurity and housing issues for those facing eviction.

Dinner Details

The Hearts of Gold gala will start with a social hour at 6:00pm and then dinner from 7:00pm to 9:00pm. Tickets are available for purchase for $125 each. Corporate and organizational sponsorship and journal advertising opportunities are also available by contacting LuAnn Kelley at 845.942.5791, ext. 1012 or For more information, visit:

Catholic Charities Community Services of Rockland is an affiliate of the Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of New York and is a not-for-profit 501c3 social service agency established in 1996 by the eighteen Catholic parishes of Rockland County. Through compassionate and professional case management, Catholic Charities Community Services of Rockland assists individuals and families of all ages, from every race, and ethnic group from throughout Rockland County regardless of their religious affiliation. The organization’s focus is to provide the necessities of life, such as food, shelter and emergency assistance for those in need. Programs include information and referral, general case management, homelessness and eviction prevention, emergency financial assistance, nutritional outreach and education, street outreach, the warming center, a food pantry, and immigration legal services. More information can be found at or by calling (845) 942-5791.

In an average year CCCSR:

  • Provides ​150,000+ meals through the Food Pantry to over 4,900 households, including 6,826 adults, 1,221, elderly, and 8,724 children
  • ​Distributes 10,000 pounds of fresh vegetables to Food Pantry participants from the Community Garden of Love located on the property along with donated produce from Stoke’s Farms
  • ​​Gets support from 40+ dedicated volunteers help to prepare, bag, and distribute food
  • Serves over 200 individuals in the Warming Center
  • Keeps over 100 households from losing their shelter
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