Serving Everyone

One Person. One Family. One Community at a Time.

Together, we

prevent homelessness. uplift youth. care for seniors. serve immigrants.

Our programs work to solve pressing challenges
in San Francisco, San Mateo, and Marin Counties.

Our clients represent all of us: families, children, youth, adults, and seniors.
We welcome everyone with compassion understanding and respect. Our results change lives.

Catholic Charities is a beacon of hope for people experiencing homelessness and individuals struggling to survive. Our programs serve diverse communities of formerly homeless individuals and families who are now sheltered and safe.

Our Catholic Charities Center for Immigration Legal & Support Services assists our community’s immigrants with dignity and respect as they build new lives in the United States.

From our early childhood development and after-school programs to organized athletics and summer camps, youth of all ages are encouraged to thrive. Residential-based services also help children and youth heal and grow into healthy adults.

Our priority is to help seniors maintain their independence and dignity while making valuable connections through companionship and friendship. Our programs promote economical, comprehensive, alternative solutions to residential facilities or in-home care while providing respite to caregivers.

Serving Everyone

One person. One family. One community at a time.

Every day people in our community count on us. Every person we help is vital to the strength of our community. They are our neighbors, friends, parents, children, and seniors. Yet each struggles with concerns about housing, food, isolation, and their future.

Catholic Charities is one of the largest, most comprehensive human services agencies in Northern California serving more than 70,000 people in San Francisco, San Mateo, and Marin Counties annually. We are an integral part of our communities and play a role in keeping our neighborhoods diverse, productive, safe, and healthy through more than 30 programs and social justice advocacy.

Meet Leo

Leo entered the United States as an unaccompanied minor, seeking asylum...
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Meet Rosa

At just 15 years old, Rosa made the courageous decision to walk more than 1,600 perilous miles from Honduras to the United States...
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Meet Darrin

COVID swiftly wiped away the work opportunity he so looked forward to and he was left unable to pay his rent...
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Our Impact Last Year

Our Impact Last Year

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