For 30 years, the Catherine McAuley Center has been a place of welcome where people have the safety to learn and grow. As our community has evolved, we’ve adapted to meet its emerging needs, providing services to over 700 individuals - immigrants, refugees and women experiencing crisis - in the last year. Our former building, a repurposed convent, was bursting at the seams, with tiny offices forged out of closets and tutoring sessions squeezed into the kitchen and lobby. The lack of space translated into waiting lists and unmet needs. To fulfill our commitment to our community, we’re inviting you to be part of creating a new place of welcome that is allowing us to expand services and achieve accessibility.