CCUSA COVID-19 Response Center

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Check out the CCUSA Innovation Challenge Videos!

We're excited to share the 90-second “Big Idea” video pitches from our nine finalists in the CCUSA Innovation Challenge. Each highlights their fresh solution toward alleviating, reducing or eliminating poverty.

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Together we can change

“Community is created by human beings, by our choices and actions. Together we can change things.” -Sister Donna Markham, President and CEO Catholic Charities USA

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Prayer against racism

Pray with us for the grace to overcome racism and build a just society

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CCUSA Condemns Killing of George Floyd

CCUSA is profoundly Disturbed by Such Continual Repetition of Acts of Indifference to Human Life

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If a brother or sister has nothing to wear and has no food for the day, and one of you says to them, ‘Go in peace, keep warm, and eat well,’ but you do not give them the necessities of the body, what good is it?

JAMES 2:15-16

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“Gracias, Campesinos!”-Celebrating the farmworkers who provide the food that fills our tables

A Blog Post from Greg Kepferle, CEO Catholic Charities of Santa Clara County “Here they come!” The excited shouts spread through the group of volunteers with cellphone cameras held high. The slow majestic procession of gleaming cars glided by, metal inches from the ground, musical beats pulsing the air. There was something different about these …

Spring 2020

Read how the Catholic Charities ministry is responding to the COVID-19 pandemic and supporting families with children in the latest issue of Charities USA magazine.

Catholic leaders decry prisoners’ exposure to COVID-19 during pandemic

A May 19 statement by 14 Catholic leaders, including five bishops, decried the danger people in prison are exposed to during the coronavirus pandemic. “Reports of lack of testing suggest measurements of the impact of the virus are incomplete. We are deeply concerned that experiencing COVID-19 from behind bars could, for some, mean a de …