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Catholic Charities of St. Paul and Minneapolis

The mission of Catholic Charities is to serve those most in need. We help individuals and families reach their full human potential as we call for justice in the community.

Mission Statement
Review Completed: 9/21/2012
1200 Second Avenue South
Minneapolis, MN 55403
Phone: 612-204-8500
Fax: 612-664-8555
EIN 41-1302487
Principal Staff Tim Marx, Chief Executive Officer
Number of Full-Time Equivalents (FTE) 550
Number of Clients Served 32,000
General Information
Board Chair
Number of Board Members 41
Board meetings with quorum 4
Average Member Attendance at Board Meetings 27.25
Publicly Available Documents Most Recent 990
Most Recent Audit
Catholic Charities placed more than 100 families in housing, assisted approximately 6,000 housing crisis calls, provided over 5,000 persons with rental assistance, and provided over 700 units of supportive housing. As part of our efforts to resolve crisis, reduce hunger and meet basic needs, Catholic Charities provided over 184,000 shelter beds, served over 800,000 meals, had over 15,000 food shelf visits, and assisted with 1,200 food support applications. In our efforts to improve mental and physical health of those we serve, Catholic Charities facilitated over 13,000 therapy and counseling sessions, had 1,900 patient visits to our two clinics, provided medical care to 300 high-risk pregnant women and conducted 900 health screenings. Our efforts to strengthen individuals and families and to protect and nurture children, Catholic Charities supported over 240,000 visits to the Opportunity Center and Dorothy Day Centers, facilitated 1,300 skill-building and empowerment groups, provided employment training to 65 individuals, provided early childhood education to approximately 140 children, conducted home visits to 1,700 high-risk families and provided supportive services to approximately 16,500 elders in the community.
Current Goals
Prevent and End Homelessness: 100 families placed in housing; 6,000 housing crisis response calls received; 5,593 persons received rental assistance; 717 units of supportive housing provided; 200 outreach services to homeless youth. Resolve Crises, Reduce Hunger, Meet Basic Needs: 184,000 shelter bed nights; 1,400 after-hours crisis call responses; 350 refugees resettled; 800,000 meals served; 15,000 food shelf visits; 1,200 food support applications. Improve Mental and Physical Health: 5,500 therapy groups; 8,000 therapy and counseling sessions; 1,900 patient visits; 300 pregnant women to receive medical care; 900 health screenings. Strengthen Individuals/Families, Protect and Nurture Children/Youth: 240,000 visits to Opportunity Center and Dorothy Day Center; 1,300 independent living skills and empowerment groups; 65 employment training participants; 139 children in early childhood education; 1,700 home visits to high risk families; 16,500 support services to elders.
Community or Constituency Served
Catholic Charities of St. Paul and Minneapolis helps individuals, families and children in the Twin Cities. Catholic Charities annually helps 32,000 people, regardless of faith.
Geographic Area Served
Catholic Charities serves those in and around the Twin Cities metropolitan area and the suburban community.
Impact and Programs

3 Year Average Expenses

Program Services: $30,817,851 82%
Management: $5,104,845 13.6%
Fundraising: $1,639,455 4.4%

Unrestricted Net Assets

2010 2009 2008
End of Year: $34,050,521 $27,421,329 $25,321,427
Beginning of Year $27,421,329 $25,821,427 $33,741,833
Difference $6,629,192 $1,599,902 ($8,420,406)
Unrestricted Net Assets (End of Year), Current 990 $34,050,521
Based on information provided on 2008 to 2010
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