Order of Malta


Westchester Area Spirituality in Action Opportunities and Contacts

St. Vincent’s Hospital – Harrison NY

Daily Eucharistic Ministry and other opportunities.
(contact Bill Knowles)

Women’s Prison Ministry

(contact Marion Glennon)

Breakfast Run – Larchmont

First Sunday of the month, coordinated with the Church of Saints John and Paul in Larchmont, NY, and the NYC Midnight Run where food is prepared and served on the streets of New York City
(contact Bill Knowles)

Caritas – Port Chester

This is a Coalition for the Hungry providing food, clothing, counseling  and English as a second language at Don Bosco in Port Chester NY
(contact Fran Buckley)

Little Sisters of the Poor – Bronx

Jeanne Jugan Residence – Throgs Neck in the Bronx

(contact Bob Greason)

P.O.T.S. (Part of the Solution) – Bronx

Located in the Fordham section of the Bronx. They serve the needy, food, clothing, personal hygiene, counseling and Legal advice.
Malta volunteers prepare and serve lunch
to 450 – 500 people on Saturdays

Please join us, the more the merrier!

(contact Bill Knowles)
Additional Programs in Westchester Area Dames and Knights are involved with: 

Ursuline Social Outreach – New Rochelle

A program teaching English as a second Language

RSHM – Tarrytown

Religious of the Sacred Heart of Mary

San Miguel Academy – Newburgh

Good Counsel’s Daystar Home – Mt. Vernon

Members provide the home with baby supplies and food.  

For more information:

Bill Knowles  wjknowles@gmail.com or (212) 883-8141

Bob Greason  rlgreason@gmail.com or (914) 834)-1242

Marion Glennon  MEG49@aol.com or (914) 967-1918

Fran Buckley  fran.buckley50@gmail.com or (914) 967-7163

Some of the programs have applied for and received Malta grants through the Westchester Area. We are always looking for opportunities and if a Member has any opportunities they should contact either Bill Knowles or Bob Greason.

Order of Malta, American Association, U.S.A.

American Association, U.S.A
1011 First Avenue, Room 1350
New York, NY 10022
(212) 371-1522