CATHOLIC COMMUNITY SERVICES OF UTAH

SALT LAKE CITY, UT | Salt Lake County
Community Services

Overview

CATHOLIC COMMUNITY SERVICES OF UTAH
87-0212450
745 E 300 S
SALT LAKE CITY, UT 84102
Salt Lake County
(801) 977-9119

mbosgieter@ccsutah.org
Mission Statement info

OUR MISSION IS TO PRACTICE GOSPEL VALUES OF LOVE, COMPASSION AND HOPE THROUGH SERVICE, SUPPORT AND COLLABORATION.

CRA Category info
  • Community Services
Nonprofit location info
  • LMI Census Tract
Awards & Certifications info
  • This nonprofit has not received any CRA awards or certifications.
Founded info
1954
Total Employees info
142
Total Volunteers info
14,423
Nonprofit Classification (NTEE Code) info
-

Not reported

IRS Activity Codes info
900
Cemetery or burial activities
328
Combat juvenile delinquency
029
Other religious activities
Standard Business Classification (NAICS Code) info
-
Not reported
Targeted Clients info
  • At-Risk Youth
  • Children & Youth
  • Disabled
  • Economically Disadvantaged
  • K-12 Students
  • Families
  • Foster Youth
  • Homeless
  • Immigrants or Refugees
  • Men
  • People in Recovery
  • Senior Citizens
  • Unemployed
  • Women
CRA Income Characteristics info
  • Low-Income
  • Medicaid Recipients
  • Moderate-Income
  • People Living Below Poverty Level
  • SNAP Recipients
  • SSI Recipients
  • USDA Free or Reduced Lunch Students
  • Welfare Recipients

CRA Alignment

CRA Category info
Community Services
Social services and other support for low- and moderate-income, homeless or at-risk individuals.
100%
Percent LMI Served info
as reported by the nonprofit
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LOWHIGH
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Programs & Services info
Basic Needs Salt Lake
Basic Needs Salt Lake serves those in the community impacted by homelessness, as well as food & income insecurity. We do so through three programs—St. Vincent de Paul Dining Hall, St. Vincent's Kitchen Academy, and The Weigand Homeless Resource Center. Our Dining Hall serves 2,000 hot meals daily to community members experiencing hunger and residents of Salt Lake County’s six homeless resource centers. St. Vincent's Kitchen Academy is a 12-week culinary arts training program designed to prepare individuals facing homelessness for a job as a cook at a restaurant upon graduation. The Weigand Homeless Resource Center offers a safe place for individuals to get out of the elements and connect to services to move out of their situations.
Targeted Clients info
  • Disabled
  • Economically Disadvantaged
  • Families
  • Homeless
  • Inmates or Ex-Offenders
  • Men
  • People in Recovery
  • Senior Citizens
  • Underbanked or Unbanked
  • Unemployed
  • Women
CRA Income Characteristics info
  • Low-Income
  • Moderate-Income
  • People Living Below Poverty Level
  • Medicaid Recipients
  • SNAP Recipients
  • SSI Recipients
  • Welfare Recipients
Migration and Refugee Services
Migration and Refugee Services encompasses three programs that aids those creating a new home in the United States in achieving self-sufficiency. This is done through Refugee Resettlement, Refugee Foster Care, and Immigration services. Refugee Resettlement assists newly-arrived refugees in creating a future in the US. Over two years, clients receive a variety of services designed to help them reach self-sufficiency. Refugee Foster Care resettles unaccompanied youth to licensed foster homes. While in the program, our team works with foster families to help the youth reach their goals and prepare for long-term self-sufficiency. Our Immigration department provides affordable legal assistance and consultation to anyone in need of services.
Targeted Clients info
  • Foster Youth
  • Minority Individuals
CRA Income Characteristics info
  • Low-Income
  • Moderate-Income
  • People Living Below Poverty Level
  • HUD Assistance Recipients
  • Medicaid Recipients
  • SNAP Recipients
  • Welfare Recipients
Basic Needs Ogden
Basic Needs Ogden serves those in the community struggling with hunger, as well as income insecurity. This department operates Joyce Hansen Hall Food Bank, Bridging the Gap, and St. Martha's Baby Project. Immigration services are also available in Ogden. Our food pantry provides assistance through a grocery store-like experience to around 1,800 households each month. We also assist with hygiene, pet food, formula & diapers. Bridging the Gap provides two bags of easy to prepare meals & snacks to students in Weber & Ogden School Districts each week to ensure they don’t go hungry through the weekend. St. Martha's Baby Project helps new, low-income mothers get off to a good start with baby layettes and case management services.
Targeted Clients info
  • At-Risk Youth
  • Children & Youth
  • College Students
  • Disabled
  • Economically Disadvantaged
  • K-12 Students
  • Families
  • Men
  • Minority Individuals
  • People in Recovery
  • Senior Citizens
  • Underbanked or Unbanked
  • Unemployed
  • Women
CRA Income Characteristics info
  • Low-Income
  • Moderate-Income
  • People Living Below Poverty Level
  • Medicaid Recipients
  • SNAP Recipients
  • SSI Recipients
  • USDA Free or Reduced Lunch Students
  • Welfare Recipients
Awards & Certifications info
Community Development Financial Institution info
Community Development Financial Institution Award Recipient info
New Market Tax Credit Recipient info
HUD Counseling Agency info
Low Income Housing Tax Credit Recipient info

IRS Summary

Income
-
Revenue
-
Assets
-

Not reported by IRS.


The income, revenue, and assets information was not included on this nonprofit's most recent tax filing or the nonprofit has not yet filed its first tax return.
Exempt Ruling Date info
1946-03
Deductibility Status info
Deductible
Last Tax Filing info
2006
Organization Type info
Corporation
Organization Tax Filing Status info
990 - Not required to file (church)
Foundation Tax Filing Status info
990-PF not required by IRS
Affiliation Classification info
Subordinate Organization
States Where Tax Return is Filed info
Not reported
Basis for Foundation/Public Charity Status info
Church 170(b)(1)(A)(i)

Nonprofit Location

Physical Address info
745 E 300 S
SALT LAKE CITY, UT 84102
Salt Lake County
FIPS Geocoded Address info
41620
CBSA info
49
State info
035
County info
1017.00
Tract info
Moderate
Income Level info
Core-Based Statistical Area info
Salt Lake City, UT
Combined Statistical Area info
Salt Lake City-Provo-Orem, UT
Metropolitan Division info
Not located in an MD.
Area Type info
Metropolitan Statistical Area
Located In info
Low- or Moderate-Income Census Tract info
Opportunity Zone info
Majority Minority Census Tract info 29.48%
FFIEC Designated Distressed Census Tract info
FFIEC Underserved Census Tract info
Geographies Served info
  • UT - Box Elder County
  • UT - Cache County
  • UT - Davis County
  • UT - Morgan County
  • UT - Salt Lake County
  • UT - Utah County
  • UT - Weber County

Market Data

Census Tract County
1017.00 Salt Lake County
Population
Total Population 3,341 1,146,215
Total Households 1,861 383,324
Income
Median Family Income (Census*) $49,612 $77,128
Median Family Income (2019 FFIEC) $81,800 N/A
Tract Income Percentage 69.05% N/A
Below Poverty Level 19.5% 8.6%
Unemployment Level 3.2% 3.7%
Housing
Total Housing Units 2,055 404,550
Total Owner-Occupied Units 22.2% 67.5%
Total Renter-Occupied Units 68.4% 32.5%
Total Vacant Units 9.4% 6.2%
* Census tract income based on 2019 Census estimated data; County income based on 2020 American Community Survey data.
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Management

Not reported
Total Voting Members
in Governing Body
info
Not reported
Independent Voting Members
in Governing Body
info
Tax Filing Signatory info
Not reported by nonprofit.
Principal Officer info
Not reported by nonprofit.
findCRA Profile Owner
Maresha Bosgieter
Development Director
mbosgieter@ccsutah.org
Key Policies & Documents info
Written Conflict of Interest Policy
Written Document Retention & Destruction Policy
Written Wistleblower Policy
CEO Compensation Review Process
Written Minutes of Board Meetings
Financial Statements & Reporting info
Compiled or Reviewed by an Independent Accountant
Audited by an Independent Accountant
Included in Consolidated Financial Statements
Internal Audit Committee Review
Federal Grant Audit Required
Federal Grand Audit Performed
IRS Reported Activities info
Provides Credit Counseling
Conducts Gaming Activities
Engages in Lobbying Activities
Engages in Political Activities
Makes Grants to Individuals
Makes Grants to Organizations

"NA" in this section indicates that the information was not available in the nonprofit's most recent IRS tax filing.

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