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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

Mental Health Awareness Month: Mental Health Tips

Posted By | Raeann Boero, Communications Coordinator
It’s Mental Health Awareness month; a time for reconnecting and reprioritizing self-care, healing, and wellness. As you consider what that means for you, here are a few Mental Health Tips to reflect on.

Catholic Charities USA: Housing Initiatives Restore Dignity Leaving the Streets Behind

Posted By | Raeann Boero, Communications Coordinator
Catholic Charities of Oregon’s Healthy Housing Initiative has become a model for other Catholic Charities across the United States. “At its heart, the Healthy Housing Initiative (HHI) is about seeing the dignity of every person. A person-centered, comprehensive approach to chronic homelessness, the program meets people where they are and moves them into permanent supportive…

Let's Talk: Talking to Kids About Money

Posted By | Sam Shaub, Financial Educator
Most of us were taught never to talk about politics, religion, or money. As a culture, this old-school mentality hasn’t been serving us very well (see modern social/political discourse). We need to talk about these things because they ARE complicated topics. Ideally, we are the ones role modeling for our children how to have these…

Finances and Stress, Stay Calm and Save!

Posted By | Olga Johnson, SW Washington Program Manager, Save First Financial Wellness