EIN 99-0073547

Catholic Charities Hawaii

IRS 501(c) type
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Catholic Charities Hawai'i is an organization erving Hawai'i since 1947. They offer help to people of all faiths and cultures, especially those with the greatest need.
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Program areas at Catholic Charities Hawaii

Housing assistance and referral programs ("harp")1) "housing assistance and referral programs" provided assistance and/or information to individuals through a wide scope of services. Calls and walk-ins were received and were referred to cch programs or other appropriate programs in the community. Harp provided individuals with baby safety equipment, assistance for children with special needs, rent, and utility payments. Short-term financial assistance to rapidly re-house, prevent homelessness, or establish financial stability was provided on the neighbor islands.2) "housing placement services" helped families with children and veteran families find and secure housing and assisted with rent or security deposit payments to help the families avoid or leave homelessness.3) "housing case management" provided support services and case management to increase housing stability.4) "maili land transitional housing", "family assessment center and "villages of maili" programs assisted individuals on oahu with housing services focused on families who were homeless. Services including transitional housing, case management, employment training, budgeting, and education classes were offered to help families become self-sufficient and obtain affordable permanent housing.5) "housing assistance program" helped seniors on oahu with housing crises, eviction prevention, counseling, and placement into affordable housing. Also operates small group homes and manages shared housing units.6) "homeless veterans' reintegration program" assisted in reintegrating homeless and at-risk veterans into meaningful employment within the labor force by providing employment and training services that veterans need in order to reenter the labor force.7) "city housing first" served chronically homeless individuals and families, including intense case management after housing placement and long-term housing subsidies.8) "rent and utility relief program"- rurp, provided financial assistance for rent, utilities and housing stability services to eligible households who had their income negatively impacted by the covid-19 pandemic.9) "maui emergency rental assistance" mera, provided financial assistance for rent, utilities and housing stability services to eligible households in maui who had their income negatively impacted by the covid-19 pandemic.
Youth enrichment services ("yes")1) "na ohana pulama" group and foster homes served emotionally and behaviorally challenged youth between the ages of 5 and 19 through therapeutic, non-institutional family environments on oahu and the big island.2) "statewide resource families" program (srf) served child-specific foster/resource families statewide. Srf provides an integrated community-based approach to assess, train, and license child-specific foster/resource families (special licensed relatives and special licensed homes).3) "horizons" assisted young adults transition to independent living through housing, personal assistance, vocational and educational support, and achievement of goals in the areas of independent living, education, and employment. Services are administered through weekly home meetings, quarterly reviews, and regular daily contact.4) "intensive clinical services" program provides intensive in-home therapy services designed to provide therapeutic treatment and support for youth within their home environment to prevent them from being removed from the home and placed in higher acuity residential settings.
Family and therapeutic services ("fats")1) "hale malama," a foster care program for medically complex infants and toddlers, provided nurturing and caring homes for children.2) "counseling center" served individuals through counseling for child sex abuse victims, domestic violence victims and perpetrators, individual and family counseling, and school-based counseling.3) "permanency support services" provided children with home studies and case management. These children were monitored to ensure safe reunification with their biological parents or placement in foster, adoptive, or relative care across state lines.4) "comprehensive counseling and support services" voluntary case management unit and intensive homebased services provided individual and family counseling, parenting skill development, supervised visits between parents and children in foster care, outreach services, and group parenting classes to families with children who were abused or neglected.5) "mary jane" program provided counseling and case management to young women over age 18 with an unplanned pregnancy and a residential group home, including counseling, childbirth and parenting education, life skills training and support services for women 18 and older with an unplanned pregnancy.6) "early identification" program provided screening of mothers of newborns to assess for risk of child abuse or neglect in order to refer them to home visiting and other voluntary support services.
Community and senior services ("css")1) "general immigration services" helped immigrants learn english and provided legal immigration services, such as applying for citizenship and naturalization on oahu and the big island.2) "case management" provided seniors with advocacy, case management, counseling for psychological and social problems, assessment of needs, and bereavement counseling primarily through oahu senior housing projects, parishes, and private pay.3) "lanakila multi-purpose senior center" kept seniors active, healthy, and connected to the community through educational, recreational, and social activities.4) "transportation services" drove seniors to doctor appointments, shopping, and group dining sites throughout the island of oahu.5) "benefits enrollment center" helped low-income medicare recipients to apply for income eligible benefits, such as supplemental nutrition assistance program (snap) and medicaid. 6) "phone a friend" project provided trained volunteers to call socially isolated seniors, age 65+.

Who funds Catholic Charities Hawaii

Grants from foundations and other nonprofits
Catholic Womens Guild Hawaii$528,100
Aloha United Way (AUW)General Operating Grant$210,549
National Council on the Aging (NCOA)Support$100,000
...and 22 more grants received totalling $1,473,468
Federal funding details
Federal agencyProgram nameAmount
Department of the TreasuryEMERGENCY RENTAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM$37,278,049
Department of the TreasuryEMERGENCY RENTAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM$22,618,894
Department of the TreasuryEMERGENCY RENTAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM$19,634,290
...and 18 more federal grants / contracts

Personnel at Catholic Charities Hawaii

M.q. WongActing Chief Executive Officer and Vice President Programs
Robert van TassellPresident and Chief Executive Officer / Chief Executive Officer and President
Jeff CallanganSenior Vice President and Manager
Kobayashi PaulVice President Finance and Assistant Treasurer$156,522
Paul KobayashiVice President of Finance
...and 26 more key personnel

Financials for Catholic Charities Hawaii

RevenuesFYE 06/2022
Total grants, contributions, etc.$101,847,569
Program services$1,218,370
Investment income and dividends$267,830
Tax-exempt bond proceeds$0
Royalty revenue$0
Net rental income$30,523
Net gain from sale of non-inventory assets$356,878
Net income from fundraising events$1,630
Net income from gaming activities$0
Net income from sales of inventory$0
Miscellaneous revenues$53,377
Total revenues$103,776,177

Form 990s for Catholic Charities Hawaii

Fiscal year endingDate received by IRSFormPDF link
2022-062023-05-15990View PDF
2019-082021-01-28990View PDF
2018-082019-10-12990View PDF
2017-082018-10-16990View PDF
2016-082017-10-17990View PDF
...and 7 more Form 990s
Data update history
June 29, 2023
Updated personnel
Identified 8 new personnel
June 25, 2023
Used new vendors
Identified 1 new vendor, including
June 7, 2023
Updated personnel
Identified 8 new personnel
May 26, 2023
Used new vendors
Identified 2 new vendors, including , and
May 21, 2023
Received grants
Identified 13 new grant, including a grant for $215,467 from Aloha United Way (AUW)
Nonprofit Types
Human service organizationsSenior centersHousing and shelter organizationsHeadquarter / parent organizationsCharities
Human services
ChristianReligiousPolitical advocacyLobbyingState / local levelReceives government fundingEndowed supportCommunity engagement / volunteeringTax deductible donations
General information
1822 Keeaumoku St
Honolulu, HI 96822
Metro area
Urban Honolulu, HI
Honolulu County, HI
Website URL
(808) 524-4673
Facebook page
IRS details
Fiscal year end
Taxreturn type
Form 990
Year formed
Eligible to receive tax-deductible contributions (Pub 78)
NTEE code, primary
P20: Human Service Organizations
NAICS code, primary
62422: Community Housing Services
Parent/child status
Central organization
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