1450 North D Street, San Bernardino, CA 92405

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Organizations Filed Purposes: The mission of Catholic Charities is to provide services that impact family, neighborhood, and society so that lives are filled with hope by providing compassionate social services that respond to the suffering of the vulnerable and those in crisis in our local communities. Our purpose is to fight poverty and its consequences with crisis intervention services and by strengthening families resulting in new opportunities and changed futures.

FAMILY & COMMUNITY SERVICES:Program: Housing Assistance Goal: To prevent eviction, foreclosure, and homelessness.Description: Payments to landlords, mortgage companies, motels, otherNumber Served: 560 Households (1,835 individuals benefited)Program: Utility Assistance Goal: To prevent interruption of utility services and assist clients in obtaining necessary utility services.Description: Payments/vouchers to utility companies (gas, electricity and water)Number Served: 794 households (2,563 individuals benefited)Program: Food AssistanceGoal: To provide nutritional, supplemental food to families.Description: Food vouchers, gift cards, food pantries, and CalFresh applications Number Served: 1,130 households (3,653 individuals benefited)Program: Food Distribution ProgramsGoal: To provide regularly scheduled distribution of multiple healthy meals per family at four(4) locations throughout the region. Description: Boxes and bags of nutritional foods including fruits, vegetables, dairy products, bread, and non-perishable items. Number Served: 3,786 households (13,510 individuals benefited)Program: Other Crisis Intervention ServicesGoal: To provide necessary social services for low-income families to increase safety, stability, and health. Description: Family assessment of strengths and needs, linkages to appropriate community services, case management, advocacy, document replacement, transportation, clothing, household and personal hygiene items, CalFresh enrollment, prescriptions, burial assistance, and other unique assistance as neededNumber Served: 3,843 households (12,372 individuals benefited) Program: Family Strengthening ActivitiesGoal: To provide various opportunities to further increase the wellbeing of low-income families.Description: VITA tax preparation services, holiday gifts & toys, homework center, and other strengthening servicesNumber Served: 707 households (2,117 individuals)

COUNSELING SERVICES Program: In-Office Counseling Services Goal: To increase the psychosocial functioning of individuals and families with emotional/behavioral problems or family dysfunction.Description: Individual, couple, youth, and family counseling services provided by master's degree level staffNumber Served: 280 households (442 individuals benefited)Program: School Counseling Services Goal: To increase the academic and behavioral performance of pre-school through eighth grade students on-site in numerous public & private school settings.Description: Therapeutic interventions, consultations, information, and support to referred or voluntary students, parents, and teachers on campusNumber Served: 1,665 children/youth/adults

IMMIGRATION SERVICESProgram: Immigration ServicesGoal: To provide eligibility screening information and submit acceptable documents required by the USCIS, so eligible applicants may obtain legal adjustments in their immigrant status.Description: Workshops, individual consultations and assistance for eligible immigrants by DOJ certified staff with a range of applications and required documents required by the USCISNumber Served: 2,797 individuals Program: Citizenship ServicesGoal: To educate the immigrant community and submit accurate and acceptable documents required by the USCIS, so applicants may obtain US Citizenship and provide classes for those preparing for their citizenship interview with USCIS.Description: Group presentations, naturalization applications, certificate applications, and citizenship classes including mock interviewsNumber Served: 483 individuals

Executives Listed on Filing

Total Salary includes financial earnings, benefits, and all related organization earnings listed on tax filing

NameTitleHours Per WeekTotal Salary
Ken F SawaCEO/Exec VP40$100,731
Jesse R GonzalezCOO40$79,137
Most Rev Gerald BarnesEx-Officio/President1$0
Mary SwansonDirector1$0
Cynthia Ronquillo-FranciscoDirector1$0
Sister Patricia PhillipsDirector1$0
Marty SwansonDirector1$0
Matilde ServanDirector1$0
Teresa SeipelDirector1$0
Kelly SchlegelDirector1$0
William SchlegelDirector1$0
Gerardo LopezDirector1$0
Dcn John LangmeadDirector1$0
Dr Tim JenkinsDirector1$0
Candace HeatonSecretary1$0
Dannette CooperDirector1$0
Laura ClarkTreasurer1$0
Father Manny CardozaDirector1$0
Dr Donald Averill EddVice Chairman1$0
John KostaChairman2$0

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