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S E R V I N G E V E R YO N E IMPACT REPORT 2019

ONE PERSON. ONE FAMILY.

ONE COMMUNITY AT A TIME.


Catholic Charities helped me pay back several months. My family and I are foc a family right now. “

- JUAN, FATHER AND CATHOLIC CHARIT

Catholic Charities has been a godsend for my mother and me. She loves the staff and support, and I have peace of mind knowing she is well-cared for, engaged, and happy during the day.”

NORMA, CATHOLIC CHARITIES CLIENT


MESSAGE FROM OUR CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER Dear Friends, With your partnership, we reached more than 32,000 individuals in San Francisco, San Mateo, and Marin this past year. Through our proactive work, partnerships, and advocacy, our dedicated staff of more than 600 works to break the generational cycles of poverty to create a more equitable, compassionate community where all have opportunity, value, and dignity. Rooted in our faith traditions of charity and justice, Catholic Charities serves and is open to all. We are grounded in our values of exceptional service while continually adapting to the real needs of our community. We combine industry best practices – many created by us – and data with nimble responsiveness that enable us to evolve and innovate. We are proud to stand with you as we endeavor to make our community a better, more equitable place for everyone. Thank you for helping us touch so many lives last year. There is more for us to do. Blessings,

JILMA L. MENESES

Chief Executive Officer


Prior to coming to Catholic Charities, I was homeless on the streets of San Francisco. I don’t take life for granted anymore. I chose life and Catholic Charities helped me get to that place.”

OSCAR, CATHOLIC CHARITIES CLIENT


OUR CALLING Catholic Charities has been creating solutions to solve the most pressing challenges in our community for more than 110 years. With diverse programs designed to help homeless families and individuals, children and youth, HIV/AIDS patients, low-income families, seniors, adults with disabilities, and immigrants, we annually serve more than 32,000 people in San Francisco, San Mateo, and Marin counties. Founded in 1907 and rooted in our faith traditions of charity and justice, Catholic Charities reects and supports our diverse and dynamic Bay Area community through holistic, data-driven human services for healthy growth, development, and empowerment.


OUR IMPACT* With more than 30 programs in the Bay Area, we are at the forefront of creating solutions and serving our vulnerable neighbors. Here is a small look into the big impact Catholic Charities has on our community:

2,063

1,362

254

individuals were safely housed as a result of our homelessness and housing services.

immigrants received consultations with our Board of Immigration Appeals CertiďŹ ed Representatives.

Dreamers renewed their work permits.

11,941

2,529

96%

student athletes and over 1,880 volunteer coaches contributed 214,938 hours of play time for our CYO Athletics athletes!

seniors and adults with disabilities received the help and support they needed to live independently.

youth served at an after school program increased their reading scores.

95,943

94%

86%

children and youth were safely driven throughout the Bay Area by CYO Transportation.

individuals with HIV/AIDS maintained or improved their physical health.

people from all walks of life and ages were very satisďŹ ed with the overall quality of our services.

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* Data from July 1, 2018 to June 20, 2019


FINANCIAL SNAPSHOT Catholic Charities’ sound financial health and commitment to accountability has earned us a 4-star rating from Charity Navigator, America’s largest independent charity evaluator. TOTAL FY19* REVENUE $46,809,463 Other $870,619

TOTAL FY19* EXPENSES $48,022,500

Bequests $978,206 Fundraising $4,695,171

Immigration $1,420,109

Development $1,853,852 Aging Support $1,982,167

Auxiliary $4,348,635

Contract Revenue $29,340,347

Program Fees & Rent $10,925,120

Children & Youth $16,317,602

Administration $6,939,853

Homelessness & Housing $15,160,282

Data from July 1, 2018 to June 20, 2019 * FY19 figures were unaudited at the time of printing.

TOTAL FY20 BUDGETED REVENUE $48,988,009 Other $645,810

Fundraising $4,600,000

TOTAL FY20 BUDGETED EXPENSES $49,288,009 Immigration $1,601,789

Development $1,835,110 Aging Support $2,072,299

Auxiliary $5,101,188 Contract Revenue $31,945,403

Program Fees & Rent $11,796,796

Children & Youth $15,940,793

Administration $6,820,121

Homelessness & Housing $15,916,709

Budget for July 1, 2019 to June 20, 2020


BOARD OF DIRECTORS Most Reverend Archbishop Salvatore Cordileone, Chairman Stephen Molinelli, President Theodore Borromeo, Secretary George B. Sundby, Treasurer Jilma Meneses, Chief Executive Officer Paula Hagan Bennett Joe Boerio Diana Bojorquez, M.D. Martha Brigham Gregory A. Bullian Philip Clark Timothy Connors Adriana Dahik Jerilyn Gelt Kathleen A. Grogan, CPA David R. Hultman Lisa Ikeda Steven Kane

Elizabeth Ida Keith Hugo Kostelni Jay Paul Leupp Simon S. Manning Maura A. Markus Sister Maureen McInerney, O.P. Lori P. Mirek Reverend Daniel Nasciamento Michael Pautler Jack Pohlman Louis Reynaud Rev. Kenneth Westray Peter J. Wilch

Catholic Charities has an outsized impact on poverty alleviation in San Francisco—with funding, with love, with feet on the ground doing the work. Its work to help the marginalized, the forgotten, the homeless, and the sick—regardless of religion or background—is one of the most important, yet least-understood stories in our city today.”

PHIL CLARK, CATHOLIC CHARITIES BOARD OF DIRECTORS & COMMUNICATIONS EXECUTIVE


My daughter went from being a reluctant to enthusiastic reader through the help she received. Her reading skills have vimproved and she looks forward to going to school now. Thank you, Catholic Charities!”

SUZANNA, MOM TO ANNA AND CATHOLIC CHARITIES CLIENT


IMMIGRATION

HOMELESSNESS & HOUSING

CHILDREN & YOUTH

AGING SUPPORT

OUR PROGRAMS • Adult Day Services San Francisco • Adult Day Services San Mateo • Aging Case Management • OMI Senior Center • Boys' & Girls' Homes • Canal Family Support • Community Based Services • CYO Athletics • CYO Camp • CYO Environmental Education • CYO Physical Education • CYO Retreat Center • CYO Transportation • Maureen & Craig Sullivan Youth Services • Treasure Island Child Development Center • St. Vincent's School for Boys • Youth Club at St. Francis of Assisi • 10th & Mission Family Housing • Assisted Housing & Health • Bayview Access Point • Case Management Outreach • Derek Silva Community • Edith Witt Community • Hazel Betsey Community • Homelessness Prevention • Leland House Community • Mission Access Point • Peter Claver Community • Rita da Cascia Community • SF HOME • St. Joseph's Family Center • Star Community Home • Treasure Island Supportive Housing • Center for Immigration Legal & Support Services

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990 Eddy Street, San Francisco, CA 94109 | 415 972 1200 Catholic Charities is a 501(c)(3) non-proďŹ t organization. Tax ID# 94-1498472

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