Chautauqua-Cattaraugus Board of REALTORS® holds fundraiser for St. Susan Center

In an ongoing desire for community involvement, the Chautauqua-Cattaraugus Board of REALTORS® recently held a fundraiser to benefit St. Susan … [Continue Reading]


A Signifigant Milestone

It's a humbling statistic, but one that Jeffrey Smith says represents a significant milestone for a small city soup kitchen. This week, St. Susan … [Continue Reading]

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St. Susan Center Serves 2,000,000th Meal!

  In 1984, St. Susan Center opened its doors in an effort to feed our community. This was the year that a postage stamp was only 20 cents and … [Continue Reading]

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Lincoln Elementary School Donates to St. Susan Center

Lincoln Elementary School recently raised $300 for St. Susan’s Center as part of their annual Coin Wars. Third and fourth graders voted to choose a … [Continue Reading]


St. Susan Center – 12th Annual Basket Fair

Join us on April 18th for our 12th Annual St. Susan Center Basket Fair. It will be held in the Gym at JCC from 11:00am-3:00pm. Drawing to begin … [Continue Reading]


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Providing a Nutritional Lunchtime Meal Everyday

Good nutrition is as challenging as making a part-time wage cover the cost of living plus medical expenses, as complicated as graduating from high school while caring for an infant, as difficult as finding work when you are unable to read a job application.

For our neighbors who face these and other challenges, St Susan Center provides a nutritional lunchtime meal every day.

St. Susan Center is more than a place for the economically disadvantaged. The Center also serves as a safe haven for the physically, mentally and emotionally challenged individuals in our community who feel isolated. Increasing health care costs, limited availability of specialized housing and the fact that people are living longer all add significantly to the number of individuals forced to make unhealthy, even life-threatening choices. St. Susan Center is a place where respect is served with each meal and every guest is an important part of our community.