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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

Our Refugee Services program needs your help!

Posted By | Brittney Manchester, Communications Director
Please help us support refugee families and continue to keep Oregon a welcoming state for our newly arrived brothers and sisters. Catholic Charities of Oregon has several ways to get involved. Check out some of our volunteer opportunities with refugees and refugee families:

Digital inclusion program for refugees and immigrants offers language skill-building and access to online tools

Posted By | Brittney Manchester, Communications Director
The Digital Inclusion for Refugees and Immigrants (DIRI) program helps new and recently arrived refugee families by providing them with refurbished desktops or laptops and with a one-year subscription to Rosetta Stone language subscription software.

Refugee Employment Services Program (ESP) gives newly settled Oregonians hope and stability after hardship

Posted By | Brittney Manchester, Communications Director
Going on its fifth year now, the Refugee Services Employment Services Program (ESP) is a rapid employment program for newly arrived refugees. Rapid employment means that refugees in this program must find a job within six months of their arrival in Oregon. During that time, Catholic Charities covers their bills, including their electric and water…

Catholic Charities' Refugee Services creates COVID-19 Team to increase access to vaccines

Posted By | Brittney Manchester, Communications Director
Oregon has a diverse and growing refugee and migrant community. Refugees and migrants make up 10% of the Oregon population, and an additional 11% of Oregonians have at least one immigrant parent. Most refugees in Oregon came from the Ukraine, Somalia, Myanmar, Iraq, Bhutan, Russia, Moldova, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Ethiopia, and Eritrea. Oregon…