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2012 ANNUAL , SURVEY

OVERVIEW
Catholic Charities USA’s member agencies and affiliates report that 3,192 local Catholic Charities agencies and programs provided help and created hope for 9,285,479 unduplicated clients in 2012. All together, Catholic Charities agencies and affiliates report providing client services 16,948,227 times, which ranged from fulfilling basic needs for clothing and shelter to developing life skills such as financial literacy.

9 285,479

unique individuals received services from Catholic Charities agencies in 2012

HOW OUR NETWORK SERVES
Total Client Services: 16,948,227 In 2012, more than nine million clients came to Catholic Charities agen­ cies seeking food, representing the majority of client services provided. Although food services represent the highest volume of services provided by Catholic Charities, for most clients this is only an entry point to a broader array of services accessed after a comprehensive assessment by a case manager. In fact, in 2012, Catholic Charities agencies provided an additional 7,870,617 services that address the full spectrum of human needs in a way that not only sustains them for another day, but empowers them to achieve their full potential.

WHO OUR NETWORK SERVES 32%
CHILDREN

54%
ADULTS

14%
SENIORS
54% HUNGER 10% FAMILY ECONOMIC SECURITY 5% HEALTH 5% SPECIFIC AND AT-RISK POPULATIONS 4% EDUCATION 3% HOUSING 3% REFUGEE AND IMMIGRATION 16% OTHER
“OTHER” includes socialization and neighborhood services, social support services, adoption services, disaster services, and unspecified services.

Reflects clients for whom age is identified.

The mission of Catholic Charities USA is to exercise leadership in assisting its membership, particularly the diocesan Catholic Charities agencies and affiliate members, in their mission of service, advocacy and convening.

ANNUAL SURVEY
CATHOLIC CHARITIES USA

HOW OUR NETWORK IS FUNDED
Total Income: $4,400,651,988

WHO WORKS WITH OUR NETWORK

3% DIOCESAN AND 11% PROGRAM
FEES

68,071
STAFF
INVESTMENTS, BUSINESS, OTHER

CHURCH SUPPORT

66% GOVERNMENT
REVENUE

3%

6,030
VOLUNTEERS

BOARD MEMBERS

299,821 9.3 million
HOURS OF VOLUNTEER SERVICE

IN-KIND

3% 11% COMMUNITY
SUPPORT

UNITED WAY AND CFC

2%
The information provided in this report reflects responses as provided by Catholic Charities USA’s member agencies through the Catholic Charities USA 2012 Annual Survey. In 2012, 139 of Catholic Charities USA’s 166 member agencies and affiliates responded to the survey. The survey is conducted and compiled by researchers at the Center for Applied Research in the Apostolate at Georgetown University. Financial data includes CCUSA’s audited financial statements.

Total Expenses: $4,366,980,434

PROGRAM COSTS

86%

FUNDRAISING

2%

$

MANAGEMENT AND GENERAL

12%

0.2%
UNSPECIFIED

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