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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

Aman's Journey to Safety and Stability

Posted By | Raeann Boero, Communications Coordinator
Without Chiles House, Aman would have been living on the streets, battling his PTSD alone and facing the additional trauma of homelessness. Thanks to Chiles House, Aman now has a safe place to heal and has access to counseling right next door at Catholic Charities’ headquarters.

National Catholic Reporter: Amid rising homelessness, Catholic-run tiny home villages build more than shelter

Posted By | Raeann Boero, Communications Coordinator
Catholic Charities of Oregon’s Kenton Women’s Village was recently featured in an article with the National Catholic Reporter highlighting the value of tiny home/pod communities in Oregon. Kenton Women’s Village (KWV) launched in 2017; a creative and collaborative project, KWV offers a new approach for addressing houselessness at a small scale. The villagers at Kenton…

Darla's Story of Hope

Posted By | Raeann Boero, Communications Coordinator
The Housing Transitions Program (HTP) operates on the Housing First model that prioritizes finding permanent housing as quickly as possible, providing supportive services as needed. Everyone’s path at Catholic Charities is different and Darla’s story is a beautiful example of a Catholic Charities client’s journey into permanent housing.

Catholic Sentinel Closes October 1, 2022

Posted By | Raeann Boero, Communications Coordinator
Since its establishment in 1870, The Catholic Sentinel has beautifully connected the hearts of Catholics through storytelling and faithful Catholic Journalism. From all of us at Catholic Charities of Oregon, our hearts are filled with gratitude. Thank you, Catholic Sentinel, for your incredible partnership in lifting up the stories of the most vulnerable Oregonians. You…