At Catholic Charities, we love and serve the God we cannot see by lovingly serving those we can. Last year your support, enabled us to provide:
  68,141 meals  •  14,430 hours of case management  •  pregnancy and parenting support services to 2,545 parents  •  shelter for 887 individuals.

Please Support Our Summer Appeal

Summer Appeal

This summer, we ask for your help to continue to meet the ever increasing needs for assistance and health care that come and challenge us all, no matter the season. Can we count on your gift to help others at their time of great need?

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Health Care Center Rededication

FHCC ReDedicationBlessing

Bishop David Zubik and Allegheny County Chief Executive Rich Fitzgerald were joined by other dignitaries for the July 2 rededication of the Center .The event celebrated the completion of the Center's recent major renovation.

See photos
Read the press release

Italy Trip Winner!


And the winner is . . .
Catherine Paras of Wexford!

Congratulations to Catherine who will travel with three others to Italy Sept. 1-13 for the vacation of a lifetime. Catherine had the winning raffle ticket that was drawn June 23.

We thank everyone who supported the raffle as all proceeds benefit Catholic Charities Free Health Care Center and St. Joseph House of Hospitality.

Do You Need Help?

Do You Need Help?

All of Catholic Charities' county offices help individuals and families at their time of need.

Learn more about our services and access our online applications.
Application for Services
Referral Request

Children At The Border

2014 Children at the Border

Catholic Charities Outreach

Catholic Charities agencies in southern border towns, along with many other faith-based groups, are actively providing care and shelter for the children who are lonely, scared and at great risk for human trafficking and other forms of exploitation.

Their outreach is in direct response to Pope Francis' recent call for a humanitarian response where he said, "This humanitarian emergency requires, as a first urgent measure, these children be welcomed and protected".

Here in Pittsburgh, Bishop David Zubik issued a statement that said, "The Catholic Church responds to humanitarian crises here at home and all across the world because we are pro-life. Being pro-life requires we protect and care for vulnerable persons from conception to natural death."

Read the Bishop's entire statement here
Read the Pope's message

And, The United States Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB) has issued a report on the "Flight of Unaccompanied Minors to the United States" that looks at the factors that are driving child migration to this country.
You can read their report here

Upcoming Events

Free Health Care Center Golf Classic
September 8, 2014


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Catholic Charities, Diocese of Pittsburgh

212 Ninth Street, Pittsburgh, PA 15222
Phone: 412-456-6999

Catholic Charities, Diocese of Pittsburgh

212 Ninth Street, Pittsburgh, PA 15222
Phone: 412-456-6999

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