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The Catholic Charities Clark Family Center

Our Financials

Stewarding Our Blessings and Resources

Catholic Charities of Oregon is comprised of five entities, all of which file separate 990 forms. To present the most transparent and complete picture of our finances, each year an external audit is conducted of our consolidated financial statements. The audited financials below consolidate financials from three entities: Catholic Charities, El Programa Hispano Católico, and Caritas Housing.

While Catholic Charities of Oregon is the social service arm of the Archdiocese of Portland in Oregon, less than 1% of our overall funding comes from the Archdiocese, which allows our agency to operate autonomously in our mission to serve the most vulnerable across Western Oregon. In addition, as specified by law, 100% of all funds received stay within Catholic Charities and are directly applied toward advancing our mission through the work of our various programs and/or services.

Articles

Oregon Public Broadcasting: Oregon lawmakers request $18 million to support the resettlement of 1,200 refugees

Posted By | Raeann Boero
“In a letter issued last week by Rep. Khanh Pham and Sen. Kayse Jama, the two Portland-area Democrats outlined the need for the state to invest in everything from housing assistance and case management to legal services for newly arrived Afghans.”

Catholic Sentinel: Catholics asked to help refugees with gift cards

Posted By | Raeann Boero
Catholic Charities of Oregon has been welcoming families from Afghanistan and helping them resettle in Oregon over the past several months. Catholic Charities staff have been incredibly grateful for the outpour of support from the surrounding community. One way people can continue to support resettlement efforts is by donating Fred Meyer Gift Cards.

The Oregonian: Portland's 'Transportation Wallet,' a subsidy conceived to free up parking, extended to help low-income city residents

Posted By | Raeann Boero
“A program born of a plan to reduce parking needs in some of Portland’s most crowded central districts is now being used to help residents in in some of its farthest-flung neighborhoods.”

Congratulations Germaine's Kitchen and Café Graduates!

Posted By | Raeann Boero
Special congratulations to our first cohort of students graduating from Germaine’s Kitchen and Café culinary training program. We could not be prouder! During their 16-weeks in the program they have learned professional culinary skills such as food safety, knife skills, sanitation and more! They’ve also been building professional skills including time-management, resume building, and customer…