Catholic Near East Welfare Association
Rating: 5 stars 1 1 review 230
Disaster Aid, Human Services, Religion
1011 First Ave New York NY 10022 USA
CNEWA has no inflexible priorities. Ours are always based on time, place and urgency of need. If other agencies are doing a good work, we do not compete. We leave it to them but address those needs that otherwise would fall through the cracks.
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An outstanding organization based in the Archdiocese of New York. I have been donating for years as they fund Catholic and Orthodox programs in Africa, the Middle East, Asia & the former Soviet bloc. As these Catholic Churches were decimated by rogue governments and are now starting to flourish, the cause is well justified. You select the project that you want to support and the money goes for that purpose. Even their magazine is award winning.
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A little less Orthodox charity since some of these National churches are latent anti-Catholic like Russia & the Ukraine.
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