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Mission Statement

Catholic Charities is committed to manifesting Christ’s spirit by collaborating with diverse communities, providing services to the poor and vulnerable, promoting human dignity and advocating for social justice. Through the power of the Holy Spirit, Catholic Charities of Los Angeles commits to serve the vulnerable and to strive for a just society.


The programs of Catholic Charities focus on empowerment and seek to enact long-term, positive change in individuals, families and communities. As a nonprofit, public benefit corporation, the agency is built on the principles of dignity and inclusion, providing services irrespective of race, ethnicity, gender or religious belief.

Programs address human suffering and larger social issues, such as poverty, hunger and nutrition, homelessness, immigration, health care, mental health and illiteracy.


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Would you recommend Catholic Charities of Los Angeles, Inc.?

by davida h. (August 24, 2018)
Quite disorganized. I do not speak spanish, and asked if that was a requirement, the volunteer coordinator assured me this was not. Upon my first day, they had me shadow an interview conducted in Spanish. I asked if this was a regular occurrence and was informed that to her knowledge 100% of their interviews were conducted with Spanish. Efrain who recruited me, did not appear to say thank you for my time or showing up, or sorry. They need to get their act together