Our Mission: To provide help and hope to all through the Catholic tradition of service.Our Vision: To build a community in which the dignity of all is celebrated, and lives are transformed.Who We Serve: Services are available to all persons with no restrictions based on income, ethnicity or religious preference.
Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of Oklahoma City (CCOKC) was founded in 1912 with the opening of St. Joseph’s Orphanage. Today, the major programs of CCOKC include the Family H.O.P.E. case management; emergency rent and utility assistance; the Sanctuary Women’s Development Centers in Oklahoma City and Norman and Holy Family Home for homeless women and children; immigration legal services; refugee resettlement; individual, marital and family counseling; suicide prevention training; sponsored housing for low-income and at-risk families and seniors; disaster relief; pre- and post-adoption services; pregnancy services; support and development of parish outreach and educational programs; and advocacy. CC serves the western 46 counties of Oklahoma and operates offices in Oklahoma City, Lawton, Clinton, Enid and Guymon.
CC is a 501(c)3 organization with a volunteer Board of Directors responsible for oversight and evaluation. The primary source of support of CC is provided by private contributions; United Way of Central Oklahoma, Southwest Oklahoma, and Enid and Northwest Oklahoma; endowments; and foundations. CCOKC maintains a good working relationship with local social service providers, faith-based organizations and government agencies.
CCOKC is nationally accredited by the Council on Accreditation and has received a 4-Star rating by Charity Navigator for transparency and financial stability. This national recognition assures the public that CCOKC follows best practices in service delivery and fundraising. CCOKC services are available to all persons with no restrictions on the basis of income, ethnicity or religious preference.
1. Funding to meet unmet needs of 2015 Flood survivors across 45 Oklahoma counties.2. Emergency Rent & Utilities funds.3. Funding for Homeless Services.4. Regional/Rural Family H.O.P.E. Case Management funding.
Indirect Public Support HelpIndirect public support represents revenue received through solicitation campaigns. This includes funding United Way and other federated fundraising organizations, but does not include donor designated contributions.
Earned Revenue HelpEarned revenue represents income generated in direct exchange for a product or service.Earned income includes income from government contracts.
In times of disasters, there are nonprofit and religious organizations that can assist those affected whether it be a personal disaster or a wide-scale disaster. Several of the organizations listed in this area are members of the national Voluntary Organizations Active in Disaster (National VOAD).
United Way of Central Oklahoma creates lasting changes in people's lives right here in our community. No longer just a fundraising organization, today United Way is on the front lines of some of our community's most pressing problems through the work of 60 agencies.
Click on "view organizations" to view the United Way of Central Oklahoma agencies with current GiveSmartOKC profiles.
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