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Snapshot Survey - Second Quarter 2012

Snapshot Survey - Second Quarter 2012

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Snapshot Survey - Second Quarter 2012. This quarter's survey of Catholic Charities USA"s member agencies focuses on innovative collaborations between our non-profit social service agencies and for-profit businesses.
Snapshot Survey - Second Quarter 2012. This quarter's survey of Catholic Charities USA"s member agencies focuses on innovative collaborations between our non-profit social service agencies and for-profit businesses.

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Published by: Catholic Charities USA on Nov 16, 2012
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Overview 
Catholic Charities USA conducted an onlinesurvey o its membership during August 2012to measure programs and services provided be-tween April 1, 2012 and June 30, 2012.Responses were received rom 54 local agencieslocated in 31 dierent states. These agenciesserve an estimated 3,621,220 clients annually.
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SECOND QUARTER,
2012
SNAPSHOT SURVEY 
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Based on agency information as reported in the CatholicCharities USA 2011 Annual Survey.
Business Sector Collaborations
 This quarter’s survey ocused on collaboration between our agenciesand the business community.
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Very ew agencies reported lack o interest rom the businesscommunity as a barrier to collaboration (12%); rather, the majorityo agencies reported that their ability to partner with the businesscommunity was most signicantly constrained by a lack o internalsta capacity to identiy or manage partnerships (59%).
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Agencies reported that out o all o their service areas, partnershipswith business had the greatest impact on their ability to provideood services.
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 The vast majority o Catholic Charities agencies engage with thebusiness community in a variety o ways: 90% receive in-kinddonations rom business, 78% receive grants rom corporate groups,76% have business leaders serving on their governing boards, 73%recruit volunteers through corporate volunteer programs, and 71%engage businesses as sponsors o agency events.
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Agencies are partnering with at least 10 businesses on average. Inthe survey, 35 agencies named more than 375 specic partners.
Photos: © Steve Liss – AmericanPoverty.org 

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