Charity ReviewIssued: January 2016 Expires: January 2018
Catholic Charities of Spokane
Standards for Charity Accountability
Catholic Charities of Spokane meets the 20 Standards for Charity Accountability.
[...To be] servants to the poor, supporters for families, and aides to parishes and communities in meeting the social service needs of people in Eastern Washington.
Incorporated: 1944 in WA
Catholic Charities Spokane administers 13 programs in Eastern Washington, providing food, shelter, clothing, education, counseling, and support to those in need, regardless of creed. The House of Charity and St. Margaret’s Shelter provide emergency and transitional housing for homeless men and women and children, along with case management, counseling, and life skills assistance. Counseling Services are available on an individual, group, or certified peer counseling level. Childbirth and Parenting Assistance (CAPA) provides free support services to pregnant women, expectant fathers, and parents with children up to age five. Parish Social Ministry offers communication, education, and partnership with each Catholic Charities program through parish social concerns committees, focusing on issues of human life and dignity, social justice, advocacy, community organizing, care of creation, and outreach to people in need.
Catholic Charities Spokane also provides refugee and immigration services, including assistance with employment and referrals to local service providers. The Emergency Assistance Program provides local households with food, gas, transportation, utilities, rent, and prescription assistance. Family Support Services offers a furniture bank of donated goods from the community. St. Anne’s Children and Family Center provides curriculum-based childcare for all children, including those experiencing adverse childhood trauma. Senior, family, disabled, and farmworker apartments are provided by the organization, with many offering subsidy programs based on income. Senior Services offered by Catholic Charities include senior nutrition and Foster Grandparents programs and Volunteer Chore Services. According to the organization, in 2014, Catholic Charities Spokane assisted 71,863 different individuals in Eastern Washington.
Board Chair: Ms. Mary Helen Black, Publisher Business Affiliation: Kids Newspaper
CEO: Mr. Robert McCann, Executive Director Compensation:* $174,532
Board Size: 19
Staff: 232* Compensation includes annual salary and, if applicable, benefit plans, expense accounts and other allowances.
% of Related Contributions on Fundraising: 5.05%
This organization is tax-exempt under section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. It is eligible to receive contributions deductible as charitable donations for federal income tax purposes.
The following information is based on Catholic Charities of Spokane Consolidated Audited Financial Statements for the fiscal year ending Wednesday, December 31, 2014.
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