Order of Malta

Westchester Spirituality in Action

The Daystar

Facility of Good Counsel Homes in Westchester County.

The Franciscan Friars of the Renewal (CFR)

Neighborhood outreach ministry in Harlem and St. Anthony’s Shelter for Renewal in the South Bronx.

HOPE Community Services

Operates a food pantry and soup kitchen at Saint Gabriel’s Church in downtown New Rochelle.

The Jeanne Jugan Home

Eldercare facility operated by The Little Sisters of the Poor in the Throggs Neck section of the Bronx.

Little Sisters of the Poor – Bronx

Knights and Dames offer management advice to Sisters, support various fundraisers, and help as needed.

Missionaries of Charity (Mother Theresa)

Operate their Queen of Peace soup kitchen and men’s shelter in the South Bronx.

Sts. John and Paul Monthly Breakfast Run

On the first Sunday of each month, members prepare and provide food to those in need in the streets of Manhattan.

St. Vincent’s Hospital – Harrison NY

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

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)

Good Counsel Homes

Members serve on the board and occasionally volunteer at the five homes serving pregnant, poor, single mothers and children.

Trinity – St. Paul Episcopal Church Brown Bag Lunch Program

Located in downtown New Rochelle, feeds over 150 people five days a week. This program also serves the Midnight Run organization prepares and serves a hot breakfast to the homeless once per month on the street in Manhattan.

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 the Westchester Area Chair.

Order of Malta

American Association, U.S.A
St. Patrick’s Cathedral Parish House
14 E 51st Street
New York, NY 10022
(212) 371-1522