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Catholic Relief Services, Inc. Organization Name provided in the GuideStar Exchange* as of 09/29/2014: Catholic Relief Services, Inc.

Organization Name as listed in the IRS Business Master File as of 09/08/2014: CATHOLIC RELIEF SERVICES UNITED STATES CONFERENCE OF CATHOLIC BISH

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AKA  Catholic Relief Services - USCCB
Baltimore, MD
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Catholic Relief Services, Inc. Organization Name provided in the GuideStar Exchange* as of 09/29/2014: Catholic Relief Services, Inc.

Organization Name as listed in the IRS Business Master File as of 09/08/2014: CATHOLIC RELIEF SERVICES UNITED STATES CONFERENCE OF CATHOLIC BISH

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Also Known As: Catholic Relief Services - USCCB
Physical Address: Baltimore, MD 21201 3443
EIN: 13-5563422
Web URL: www.crs.org 
Blog URL: crs-blog.org/ 
Video URL(s): The mission of CRS is the mission of the Catholic Church as established by Jesus Christ in the Garden of Gethsemane which continues with your support for our poorest brothers and sisters.
NTEE Category: M Public Safety, Disaster Preparedness and Relief
M20 Disaster Preparedness and Relief Services
Q International, Foreign Affairs, and National Security
Q30 International Development, Relief Services
X Religion, Spiritual Development
X22 Roman Catholic
Year Founded: 1943 
Ruling Year: 1946 
How This Organization Is Funded: USG Grants - $229,335,000
Donated agriculture, other commodities and ocean freight - $125,850,000
Private contributions - $1,005,240,000


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Mission Statement

Catholic Relief Services carries out the commitment of the Bishops of the United States to assist the poor and vulnerable overseas. We are motivated by the Gospel of Jesus Christ to cherish, preserve and uphold the sacredness and dignity of all human life, foster charity and justice, and embody Catholic social and moral teaching as we act to: Promote human development by responding to major emergencies, fighting disease and poverty, and nurturing peaceful and just societies; and, Serve Catholics in the United States as they live their faith in solidarity with their brothers and sisters around the world. As part of the universal mission of the Catholic Church, we work with local, national and international Catholic institutions and structures, as well as other organizations, to assist people on the basis of need, not creed, race or nationality.

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Fiscal Year Starting: October 1, 2012
Fiscal Year Ending: September 30, 2013

Total Revenue $639,001,152
Total Expenses $630,561,297

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Dr. Carolyn Y. Woo

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Dr. Carolyn Y. Woo attended college at Purdue University, where she received her B.S., M.S.I.A. and Ph.D. degrees. Woo served as the dean of the Mendoza College of Business at the University of Notre Dame since 1997. She served on the CRS board of directors as one of the first lay members from 2004 until 2010. On January 1, 2012, she became the seventh chief executive of CRS since the agency was founded in 1943.

Leadership Statement:

Each morning in my prayer, I ask for wisdom, strength, patience and the grace I will need that day. But most of all, I give thanks to God for being so generous, so bountiful, and for granting me the privilege of serving the poor through my work at Catholic Relief Services. What you will see in the pages of this report is that God’s bounty is evident throughout the world. It appears even at the worst of times, in the most difficult of circumstances, through the generosity and solidarity of people like you; through the skill and dedication of the employees of CRS; and, most of all, through the commitment of the Church in the United States to carry out the Gospel mission of serving the poor, wherever they may live. At CRS, Christ’s call to remain and keep watch with Him constitutes the foundation for all that we do, for our very existence. Our care for life, from conception to natural death, drives us to work wherever we find poverty, hunger, oppression or hopelessness. We want people around the world to see the face of God in the crops from a successful harvest, in the clear water of a new well, in the cry of a healthy baby, in a child’s education, in peace replacing strife. This day, like every day, offers us the opportunity to participate in God’s work and His miracles, to find Him in every part of His human family. This is what we sought to do at CRS in fiscal year 2013, serving nearly 100 million people in 93 countries. And this is what we will seek to do every day, every year, as long as we are blessed with this wonderful opportunity. May blessings overflow, Dr. Carolyn Y. Woo President & CEO

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Program: HIV and AIDS (GuideStar Exchange,
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Budget:
$166,818,000
Category:
Diseases, Disorders & Medical Disciplines
Population Served:
General Public/Unspecified

Program Description:

Catholic Relief Services' HIV and AIDS programming is a central and growing component of our efforts to relieve suffering in the world.

Program Long-Term Success:

Catholic Relief Services' HIV and AIDS programming is part of our commitment to provide health and medical services to those in need.

Program Short-Term Success:

CRS and the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops contributed to the bipartisan effort in Congress to pass a renewal of the President's Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief.  CRS provided our experience and expertise toward the new PEPFAR legislation, which authorizes $48 billion over the next five years to respond to HIV and AIDS.  The legislation recognizes that a successful response to this pandemic means addressing related nutritional needs, building up local health infrastructure, and taking on diseases like tiberculosis and malaria, which make the successful treatment of HIV and AIDS even more difficult.

Program Success Monitored by:

In total, CRS supported 280 HIV projects in 62 countries in 2008.  CRS and our partners focused on education and palliative care while helping those left behind as the disease took its toll.  That work continued as CRS reached more than 650,000 orphans and vulnerable children last year.

Program Success Examples:

Since the program began in 2004, AIDSRelief has delivered HIV care and treatment to 505,921 individuals.  In fiscal year 2010, the consortium passed an important milestone, handing over management of AIDSRelief's PEPFAR program in South Africa to CRS' local partner, the South African Catholic Bishops' Conference.  CRS supported more than 650,000 orphans and vulnerable children in 2010.

Program: Emergency (GuideStar Exchange,
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Budget:
$272,766,000
Category:
Public Safety, Disaster Services
Population Served:
General Public/Unspecified

Program Description:

Catholic Relief Services continues to provide lifesaving food and supplies to fortify countless survivors of natural disasters as they rebuild their lives.

Program Long-Term Success:

CRS' emergency programs are helping people prepare for disasters on an unexpected and unprecedented scale and agricultural programs are adapting to new and less predictable weather conditions.

Program Short-Term Success:

Cash-for-work programs enable disaster survivors to rebuild while earning an income and stimulating the local economy.

Program Success Monitored by:

In early 2010, a massive Earthquake struck Haiti.  CRS fed more than a million people, provided emergency shelter to about 275,000, provides an average of 375,000 gallons of clean water per month, and supported more than 900 emergency surgeries and 64,000 medical consultations.

Program Success Examples:

In 2008, a series of hurricanes and tropical storms devastated the Caribbean.  An estimated 2.5 million tons of mud and sludge caked the streets, homes, churches and schools of Gonaives, Haiti.  CRS worked with our partner Caritas Haiti.  We hired local workers as part of a cash-for-work program to clear the school and 35 others of the storms' muddy aftermath.  The wages earned by cash-for-work laborers stimulated the local economy and provided residents the freedom to purchase essentials while their efforts restored the community and allowed children to resume their studies.

Program: Agriculture (GuideStar Exchange,
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Budget:
$126,941,000
Category:
Food, Agriculture & Nutrition
Population Served:
Adults

Program Description:

Catholic Relief Services works through local partner agencies to implement agriculture and environment programs for the poorest families and rural communities worldwide.

Program Long-Term Success:

The agency's long-term goal is to strengthen the capacity of local agencies and farm communities to take control of their own development.

Program Short-Term Success:

CRS' immediate goal is to improve family well-being through agro-economic development and environmental stewardshithe Democratic Republic of the Congo, Kenya, Rwanda, Tanzania, and Uganda protect cassava- a critical source of food an income- from two devastating diseases.

Program Success Monitored by:

CRS and its partners work with the poorest farm families and communities, as well as with laborers, the landless, and victims of natural disasters in 34 countries worldwide.  As landholding size and production decreases in many countries, seasonal migration by men increases, which means CRS is working with more women farmers and young adults.  We also collaborate with national and international agricultural research institutes to make sure that new technologies and practices are available to our farmer partners.

Program Success Examples:

One noteworthy success is our project in Tanzania, where 3,800 small-scale farmers are growing an improved variety of chickpeas as a marketable export crothese farmers were able to access microfinance support through their involvement in savings groups.  This enables them to leverage economies of scale in both production and marketing, leading to increased net income for their families.

Program: Health (GuideStar Exchange,
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Budget:
$87,253,000
Category:
Health Care
Population Served:
General Public/Unspecified

Program Description:

Catholic Relief Services take an integrated approach to health assistance.  To promote lifesaving interventions in each of the countries in which we serve, CRS engages a variety of partners, including the local Church and ministries of health.

Program Long-Term Success:

Communities owning and managing their own health needs ensure that even the most vulnerable have the means to live healthy lives.

Program Short-Term Success:

One of the first steps in solidifying the health of a community is to ensure safe motherhood and child survival.  To avoid preventable maternal and child deaths during pregnancy, CRS promotes interventions proven to reduce them.  In all our projects, CRS encourages exclusive breastfeeding to age 6 months, and from 6 months through early childhood, sound nutrition and wellness practices for caregivers of young children.  Vaccines are another big component of CRS' integrated approach to community health.

Program Success Monitored by:

During 2008, CRS managed 123 health projects worldwide in more than 29 countries.  Women, mothers and young children are the primary beneficiaries, but CRS projects incorporate wellness-focused activities for men, grandparents and community leaders as well.

Program Success Examples:

In the Democratic Republic of Congo, CRS supports clinics with the distribution of vaccines and awareness campaigns that encourage immunizations.  In India and Angola, CRS is working on programs to eradicate polio, and in Niger, Benin, and The Gambia, we are working to prevent the spread of malaria- the leading cause of death for children under the age of 5 in sub-Saharan Africa- through the use of insecticide-treated bed nets.

Program: Education (GuideStar Exchange,
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Budget:
$56,979,000
Category:
Education
Population Served:
Children and Youth (infants - 19 years.)

Program Description:

CRS and its partners promote and support access to quality basic education for all.

Program Long-Term Success:

School feeding programs also help meet long-term education and food security objectives.  Over time, investments in education, especially for girls, have been shown to improve family health and incomes and help ensure food security for future generations.

Program Short-Term Success:

In the short-term, school feeding encourages children to enroll in school and attend regularly because they receive a meal at school.  Through the school meal, children receive essential nutrients, which improve their ability to learn.  This meal is also an incentive for parents to send their children to school because they know their children will eat well at school, and they will not have to use limited family funds and time to prepare a midday meal.

Program Success Monitored by:

According to the United Nations, 75 million children of primary school age are not in school.  Girls are at a particular disadvantage.  Education opportunities for boys far exceed those for girls in much of southern Asia and sub-Saharan Africa.  CRS supports education programs in  more than 60 countries worldwide in Africa, Asia, Latin American and the Caribbean, the Middle East and Eastern Europe.  Every day, more than 1million children around the world attend a school supported by CRS.

Program Success Examples:

A CRS education project in the Palestinian territories worked with 1,470 students, as well as school administrators, teacher, parents and community members, to create learning environments designed to promote democratic citizenship, social responsibility and justice, and peace.  Youth learned nonviolent ways to manage the anger, frustration, and isolation they so often feel as a result of their environment, which is brimming with conflict.
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Catholic Relief Services is the official international humanitarian agency of the U.S. Catholic community. We alleviate suffering and provide assistance to people in need in nearly 100 countries(http://www.crs.org/where/) , without regard to race, religion or nationality. Our programs touch more than 100 million lives.
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Expert Assessment

The Catholic Relief Services have effective, comprehensive, and integrative programs. For example one expert noted that their approach in central America is very effective, and another highlighted that CRS has been able to integrate WASH initiatives into their work with other development sectors. They work closely with local partners and has paved the way for collaborative work with other sectors both internally and externally. They also have a good, long track record of helping communities in need. Read More »

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Evidence of Impact

Catholic Relief Services have carried out large complex food aid programs and other kinds of emergency response around the world for over 65 years. Multiple experts agreed that CRS is an established professional in the field of emergency resposne, with a long-standing presence and an accomplished core team in its target countries.

Strong Staff
They have a very strong network of individuals in the field and on the ground - they are very practical and not theoretical. Researcher and Faculty
Flexible Approach
They take a flexible approach and undertake program changes. Nonprofit Senior Staff
Long-Standing Presence
They have carried out large complex food aid programs and other kinds of emergency response around the world for over 65 years. In most countries where they have carried out emergency response, they already had a long-standing presence and had an accomplished core team in place. Other

Organizational Strengths

Experts agreed that Catholic Relief Services works admirably on location. Their strengths lie in excellent leadership and a committed staff, strong logistical systems, their surge capacity, and the ability to network with local organizations.

Great Staff & Strong Leadership
Their staff are very committed and don't stay in fancy hotels or use funds in extravagant self-serving ways. Researcher and Faculty
They have strong regional leadership with good regional delegated authority, which allows for decisions to be made at regional level, increasing program speed and efficiency. They also have excellent HQ senior international leadership, which empowers and supports regional decision making. They have a unique in-house staff "surge" capacity which allows them to rapidly shift and deploy staff to new and protracted emergencies. They are able to utilize their membership in the global Caritas Confederation for capacity, country knowledge, expertise and funding. Nonprofit Senior Staff
Develop Local Capacity
They are good at developing local capacity and developing good humanitarian practice. Nonprofit Senior Staff
Strong Partnerships
They have strong logistical systems and human resource capacity. As often as possible, Catholic Relief Services seeks to work in partnership through local organizations, taking advantage of their network of human and management resources to move into disaster/emergency areas quickly and effectively. Other
Access Difficult to Reach People
They utilize a style of quiet diplomacy that enables them to build the trust of all sides and talk about humanitarian issues which are quite threatening to those with whom they are talking. They access people whom others can't reach. Other
Technical Capacity
They are consistently strong and have a professional contribution. They have selected areas of technical expertise and collaborate well with other professional humanitarian agencies. Other

Areas for Improvement

Although Catholic Relief Services does solid work on the local level, experts believe they could strengthen their work by deepening their awareness of how they are perceived by other nationalities. They can further improve by collaborating more with peers in the Caritas Internationalis confederation of Catholic relief organizations.

Increase Sensitivity
Developing a greater sensitivity, and awareness of how they are perceived by other nationalities might enable them to win points of substance rather than having them getting lost in differences presentation. They should invest more greatly in improving coherence between North American and European perspectives. Nonprofit Senior Staff
Increase Collaboration
Catholic Relief Services should strengthen links with like minded Caritas members and create 'practical' consortia models of works. They should be more open to outside input and cooperating with others. The future of the humanitarian system is about greater collaboration and stronger coordination. Nonprofit Senior Staff
Refocus on Mission
They should refocus on their mission. Because of their size, CRS can lose some of its "raison d'être" amid all of the technical/managerial demands placed on it. They should tap even more the potential of the Catholic Church network in some countries where the local church is particularly strong. Other
Increase Adaptability
They should adopt a more developmental approach to humanitarian issues. They should adapt to changing humanitarian actors, including military being deployed by their governments for humanitarian ends. Other
Find Diversified Funding
They need to find diversified resources bases to meet the expanding humanitarian needs. They also need to continue to seek innovation and be nimble to organizationally adapt to the increased uncertainty and vulnerability. Other
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