Catholic Charities of St. Paul and Minneapolis

Mission Statement

Catholic Charities serves those most in need. We are a leader at solving poverty, creating opportunity and advocating for justice in the community.

Impact and Programs

Accomplishments In Fiscal Year 2015, Catholic Charities - Served 26,987 men, women, children and families - Provided 452,049 nights of housing and emergency shelter - Served more than one million meals to people in need - On any given night, we provided 1200 people with housing and emergency shelter (1200 represents the average for the entire year) - Received financial support from over 17,000 generous donors - Benefitted nearly 160,000 hours of volunteer service - Engaged over 10,000 community members to advocate on behalf of those most in need in our community, generating countless ripple effects
Current Goals - Advance the new vision for Dorothy Day to improve client outcomes. - Advance the plan for organizational sustainability in order to preserve Catholic Charities long term as a community resource. - Improve the relevance, accuracy and reliability of, and interactive access to, client data, to enable staff to better understand how their work affects clients, make any needed adjustments to improve client outcomes and support story telling to funders, advocates and community audiences.
Community or Constituency Served Our programs for children, families and adults annually help nearly 30,000 people, regardless of faith, background or circumstance. Through our advocacy efforts, Catholic Charities serves as a tireless voice for those who often go unheard. Our work would not be possible without our dedicated volunteers and donors. Key Customer Focus: •People Experiencing Homelessness •Children in Need •New Americans •Older Adults •Greater Minneapolis/St. Paul Community
Geographic Area Served Catholic Charities serves those in and around the Twin Cities metropolitan area and the suburban community.

Reports & Finances

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Organization Last Reviewed on 11/30/2018

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1200 Second Avenue South
Minneapolis, MN 55403
Phone: 612-204-8500

General Information

Alternative Name: Catholic Charities, Dorothy Day Center, St. Joseph’s Home for Children
EIN: 41-1302487
Principal Staff: Timothy Marx
Number of Full-Time Equivalents (FTE): 470
Number of Volunteers: 4,775
Number of Clients: Estimated number of clients served FY15: 26,987


Board Chair: Kathleen M. Cooney
Number of Board Members: 32
Board Meetings with Quorum: 4
Average Member Attendance: 22.3

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