Catholic Charities USA (CCUSA) presented CCUSA Social Innovation Awards to programs run by two member agencies in Washington state during its Partners in Excellence Regional Gathering event taking place this week in Coeur d’Alene, Idaho.
Each year, Catholic Charities USA (CCUSA) surveys diocesan Catholic Charities agencies to better understand the scope and scale of social services they provide to people in need. Snapshots highlighting the five key service areas are available here in addition to an overview of the full survey findings.
“Our hearts are with those who were affected or touched by the senseless violence that took place in Boston today.”
Catholic Charities USA (CCUSA) has recently received a grant from the American Red Cross for use in helping those affected by hurricane Sandy.
Catholic Charities USA President Father Larry Snyder takes a moment during this busy holiday season to share a video message of gratitude for all those who are a part of the Catholic Charities network.
Catholic Charities USA (CCUSA) follows the teachings and ethical practices of the Catholic Church and as we and other Church institutions have done for decades, we engage in coalitions focused on reducing poverty in our nation.
As violent storms continue to churn across the central United States – already impacting over 64,000 people in the towns of Newcastle and Moore, Oklahoma- our thoughts and prayers are with those people in their path.
San Francisco, Calif. – In the shadow of the Golden Gate Bridge, nearly 600 members of the Catholic Charities network concluded their annual conference with a renewed commitment to building bridges to opportunity for all in need.
Catholic Charities USA is pleased to announce Rev. George Kloster, a priest of the diocese of Charlotte, North Carolina, as the winner of the 2013 Volunteer of the Year award.
Executive Vice President, Chief Operating Officer and General Counsel, and the promotion of Candy Hill, Senior Vice President of Social Policy and Government Affairs since 2005, to Executive Vice President, Social Policy and External Affairs.
Rev. Larry Snyder, President of Catholic Charities USA (CCUSA), calls on members of Congress to vote against the proposed drastic cuts to the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), formerly known as food stamps.
Father Larry Snyder, President of Catholic Charities USA, one of the nation’s largest networks of faith-based social service providers, released the following statement about the impending shutdown of the federal government:
“As the warmth and spirit of Christmas begins to cast its special joy over all of us and our friends and families, may we be reminded of our commitment to serve as the presence of the Lord for others, bringing love and hope to those less fortunate than ourselves,” said Fr. Snyder.
“Catholic Charities USA and our network of local agencies across the country appreciate the opportunity that President Obama’s budget proposal for FY 2014 provides for a serious debate of our priorities as a nation.”
Catholic Charities USA (CCUSA) is partnering with Bethlehem University, a Catholic university located in the Holy Land, to sponsor a select group of students to spend the summer learning and serving with Catholic Charities agencies across America.