Catholic Charities Dallas

A nonprofit organization

Catholic Charities is one of the leading social service agencies in North Texas striving to answer the call from all in need.

While our work is rooted in the Catholic faith, we serve all who turn to us for assistance: families living in poverty and hunger, immigrants and refugees seeking a new life and new opportunities, parents who want to ensure their young children access quality early childhood education, and so many others—including the homeless and housing insecure, vulnerable seniors, and pregnant or parenting moms.

We are first responders to our community's most vulnerable, helping those in crisis move toward a better life. We believe that every person and family have the right to pursue their best life with respect and dignity. So we walk alongside them in their journeys, helping them find stability and self-sufficiency through hope and healing.

Last year, we helped over 150,000 of our community's most vulnerable.

The strengths of each of our 35+ programs, which cover a 9-county region in North Texas, are as diverse as the populations we serve, but our commitment to serving all in need with dignity remains the same.


Catholic Charities calls the community to action to join us in addressing the root causes of poverty, hunger, and homelessness by serving, educating, and empowering all those in need.


- Operations support for our Mobile Community Pantries and multiple food distribution sites, all of which have seen a 200% increase in demand/service since the onset of COVID-19

- Funds to provide direct emergency financial rent/mortgage and utility support for individuals and families in financial crisis due to our volatile economy

- Donations for the new permanent supportive housing community, St. Jude Center - Vantage Point, for chronically homeless individuals and families

- Funds to support dual-generation early childhood and adult education to ensure educational equity for young children in high-need communities

- Volunteers to help distribute food and conduct screening and intake calls for financial assistance

- For additional volunteer opportunities, please visit:

Equity Statement

CCD is an equal opportunity employer that maintains a policy of nondiscrimination with respect to employees and applicants for employment. Personnel actions, such as recruitment, hiring, training, promotion, transfer, layoff, recall, compensation and benefits, discipline, termination, and educational, recreational, and social programs are administered without regard to the individual's race, religion, color, age, gender, gender identity, sex, sexual orientation, qualifying disability or national origin or any other legally protected characteristic. Employment decisions, subject to the legitimate business requirements of Catholic Charities Dallas, are based on the individual's qualifications, merit, and performance.

It is the policy and intent of CCD to comply with applicable laws and regulations governing fair employment practices and state or local laws and ordinances that govern the employment relationship.

Actual or suspected instances of discrimination, harassment or retaliation must be reported immediately in accordance with the Complaint Procedure (found within the Anti-Harassment Policy) to your supervisor, Program Manager, Director, Chief People Officer, Chief Operations Officer or the Chief Executive Officer.

Organization Data


Organization name

Catholic Charities Dallas

Tax id (EIN)




Economic/Financial Security/Poverty

Operating Budget

$10,000,000 or more

Counties Served

Collin, Dallas, Ellis, Fannin, Grayson, Hunt, Kaufman, Navarro, Rockwall

Equity Statement

Equity Statement


1421 W. Mockingbird Lane
Dallas, TX 75247



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