5th Annual Benefit Concert For The Homeless

Benefit Concert For The Homeless

On Sunday, October 9, Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of Newark will host its 5th Annual Benefit Concert for the Homeless at St. Philomena Church in Livingston. All proceeds from the event will help to fund the homeless programs and services of the agency that provides assistance to thousands of individuals and families in need.

The Drive-In Concert will offer a variety of family/kid friendly activities (face painting, magicians, balloon artists, etc.) along with a full concert by New Jersey’s own “The Nerds” – a widely acclaimed rock and roll band. Food trucks will be available but folks are encouraged to tailgate as well.

Registered participants get a parking space with an adjoining space to set –up chairs, etc. Each car can carry up to 6 occupants and parking spaces are priced at $300, $175 & $125 based on their proximity to the stage.

For event details, please visit ccanconcert22.GiveSmart.com or call Peter Ruccione, Catholic Charities Director of Development, at 973-818-4060.

Last year Catholic Charities provided over 71,000 nights of Shelter, food, and clothing for over 1,171 people, individuals and families.

For more information on Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of Newark, visit ccannj.org

About Catholic Charities

Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of Newark has been in operation since 1903 serving adults, children, families, seniors, veterans, and those suffering from HIV with compassionate care and services that provide help and hope. Our 84 programs serve close to 50,000 individuals in Bergen, Essex, Hudson and Union Counties annually. Our programs include counseling and support services for at-risk youth and their families; psychological and psychiatric help for those with mental illness; job training for those who are cognitively disabled; childhood education for preschoolers in Newark, Bloomfield and Elizabeth; emergency shelter for the homeless and for those who are HIV-positive; affordable housing for low-income families; immigration legal services; refugee resettlement; and adoption services.