We thank you for visiting our website and welcome the opportunity to tell you about the wonderful work we do everyday.

With humble beginnings in 1912 when eight parishes came together to do collectively what none could achieve alone, Catholic Charities Eastern Washington today is a dynamic, value-driven organization of over 300 employees with an annual budget of $12 million.  We annually serve more than 70,000 individuals each year and are the largest sectarian social service organization between Seattle and Minneapolis. 

Our goals remain true to the original vision of the 1912 "Betterment League" - to help those who need us - our brothers and sisters in Christ, helping them to gain or regain wholeness.  While we are Catholic in name and in values, we serve all persons in need; our caring and assistance extends throughout the 13 counties of Eastern Washington. 

We operate with a progressive management team and are advised by a number of Boards.  As we celebrate106 years of service to our Eastern Washington community, we stand ready and, indeed, look forward to meeting the many challenges of the future.  Mostly, we look forward to providing a caring hand to the many poor and vulnerable people who come to our doors every day. 

Catholic Charities administers programs in the 13 counties of Eastern Washington which provide food, shelter, clothing, education, counseling and support to those in need, regardless of creed.

  • Childbirth & Parenting Assistance (CAPA) / Prepares
  • Christmas Bureau
  • Counseling
  • Food for All
  • Furniture Bank and Furnishings for Hope Retail Store
  • House of Charity
  • Immigration Legal Services
  • Parish Social Ministry
       Catholic Campaign for Human Development
       Catholic Relief Services
       Emergency Assistance
  • St. Anne's Children and Family Center
  • Rising Strong at Holy Names
  • St. Margaret's Shelter
  • Senior & Family Housing
  • Senior Services
       Volunteer Chore Services 
  • Catholic Charities Walla Walla

Catholic Charities Eastern Washington operates its program and services without regard to race, color and national origin in accordance with Title VI of the Civil Rights Act. Any person who believes she or he has been aggrieved by any unlawful discriminatory practice under Title VI may file a complaint with Catholic Charities Eastern Washington.
For more information on Catholic Charities Eastern Washington civil rights program and the procedures to file a complaint contact 1-509-358-4267 or e-mail hr@ccspokane.org or visit our corporate offices at 12 E. 5th Ave Spokane, WA 99210 For more information visit www.cceasternwa.org.
A complainant may file a complaint directly with the Federal Transit Administration by filing a complaint with the office of Civil Rights Admiration. Title VI Program Coordinator, East Building, 5th Floor-TCR, 1200, New Jersey Ave, SE Washington, DC 20590.
If information is needed in another language contact 1-509-358-4267.