The Catholic Worker on Wheels delivers hot nutritious breakfasts to people living on the streets, under bridges and in homeless encampments in Syracuse, NY six days a week. Volunteers also provide hot á la carte breakfasts to those in need and supporters every Saturday morning in our small café, the Ray McVey Breakfast Room. Transportation with a van is provided.
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.
Financial support is much needed and greatly appreciated. We are also currently collecting donations of all types of winter clothing.
Thank you for your kind support.
Carole Hayes Collier