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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

Press Release: Catholic Charities Completes Renovations to Preserve 102 Units of Affordable Rental Housing in Southern Oregon

Posted By | Catholic Charities of Oregon
PORTLAND, Ore., Oct. 20, 2020 – Catholic Charities of Oregon has completed renovations in three apartment complexes under its dedicated housing entity, Caritas Housing Initiatives, that preserves 102 units of rental housing serving low-income and elderly rural residents. The renovations were completed in Hillside Village in Glendale, Ore., and Valerie Hills Apartments and Woodville Village…

Gratitude Volunteers Create Atmosphere of Abundance

Posted By | Catholic Charities of Oregon
We’re all struggling in some way, now many more of us and to a greater degree than ever before. Gratitude provides a moment of softness away from the tension and worry of our lives. It can also help us gain new perspectives on all the ways we’re blessed. Senior Development Advisor Sarah Granger shares Catholic…

Disaster Strikes, Faith and Unity Endure

Posted By | Catholic Charities of Oregon
Cynthia Molina, MSW, QMHP, CSWA, and Assistant Director of Emergency and Navigation Services, talks about coming together to keep faith and hope alive in the face of disaster after visiting Medford, OR, to provide legal clinics, hygiene items, and other essential supplies to the individuals and families devastated by the recent wildfires.

Hope in the Midst of Loss

Posted By | Catholic Charities of Oregon
John Herrera, Catholic Charities’ Director of Immigration Legal Services, talks about hope in the midst of loss after visiting Medford, OR, to offer legal clinics and distribute hygiene items and other essential supplies to the individuals and families devastated by the recent wildfires.
John Herrera