The Wittjung Catholic Worker is an informal group of friends who provide hot breakfasts, seven days a week, to people living on the streets and in homeless encampments in the Syracuse, NY area. We also operate a small "café" in a private home where Sunday breakfasts are served to a number of homeless and low-income friends. Transportation is provided with a van.
As members of the Catholic Worker community of Syracuse, our philosophical and spiritual roots are essentially those espoused and exemplified by Dorothy Day and Peter Maurin, founders of the Catholic Worker movement in 1933.
Our support comes entirely from individual donors and additional help is critical at this time. All donations are used exclusively for food and supplies.
Thank you for your kind support.
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Wittjung Catholic Worker
PO Box 11521
Syracuse, NY 13218