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Catholic Charities of St. Paul and Minneapolis serves those most in need. We are a leader at solving poverty, creating opportunity, and advocating for justice in the community.

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Your gift provides short term and long term solutions for more than 20,000 people who are hungry, experiencing homelessness and living in poverty or crisis. With your support Catholic Charities serves  children and families, adults, elders and those with disabilities in the Greater Minneapolis St. Paul Region.


Our volunteers are part of corporate, faith-based, educational and community groups who come together to contribute hundreds of thousands of hours of service. Volunteers not only serve meals, clean, paint, but listen, care and share their time and experiences with the men, women and children served by Catholic Charities.


Each year, thousands of community members engage to advocate for social justice, serving as a tireless voice for those who often go unheard. Thousands of voices advocate and create awareness on important policy issues such as youth homelessness, affordable housing, mental health and child care.


A TWO-BUILDING PLAN DESIGNED TO PREVENT AND END HOMELESSNESS

Catholic Charities Dorothy Day Place is an integrated two-building campus designed to prevent and end homelessness by focusing on three components: dignified shelter, permanent homes and dedicated services that will create pathways to opportunities.

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A TWO-BUILDING PLAN DESIGNED TO PREVENT AND END HOMELESSNESS

Catholic Charities Dorothy Day Place is an integrated two-building campus designed to prevent and end homelessness by focusing on three components: dignified shelter, permanent homes and dedicated services that will create pathways to opportunities.

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CATHOLIC CHARITIES IN THE COMMUNITY

No group is in more danger than the unsheltered population in Minnesota as the statewide housing crisis is impacting Minnesotans at every point in the housing continuum – the dramatically increasing number of people living in their cars, under bridges, in stairwells and other places not meant for human habitation.

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Catholic Charities announces new $65M housing project in downtown Minneapolis

Star Tribune

Catholic Charities to expand housing for homeless in Minneapolis

MPR

‘Hub Of Hope’: St. Paul’s New $100M Dorothy Day Place Designed To Prevent & End Homelessness

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