It’s hard to know exactly what the Catholic charities’ annual reports look like, but the data available does offer some clues.
Here are some of the most notable stories, according to a list compiled by the Catholic Charities Network.
The American Red Cross, for the third year in a row.
The Red Cross raised $16.4 million in 2015, the most ever for a Catholic charity.
Its annual report showed that it spent $4.5 million on benefits for needy families and $2.4 billion on its programs in 2015.
The University of Michigan, for its new STEM education initiative.
The U-M STEM program launched in 2019, and it has seen steady growth, bringing in nearly $6.5 billion over the past three years.
It has given out nearly $2 billion, or about $5 per student.
The Episcopal Diocese of Los Angeles, for their support of the NFL.
The church donated $1 million to the NFL to fund the 2017-18 season.
The Diocese also donated $500,000 to the 2016-17 season, according the Episcopal News Service.
The National Cancer Institute.
The NIH’s cancer research and clinical care division has received $5.4 to $7.3 million in grants from the Catholic Church in the last three years, according The Washington Post.
The Salvation Army, for helping homeless people and the disabled.
The charity’s annual report shows it raised $2 million for the 2017–18 season, bringing its total donation to $9.5.6 million.
The annual report also showed the charity has donated more than $2,000,000 over the last two decades.
The Catholic Charies Network, for donating to charity.
The network, which is funded in part by the National Endowment for the Humanities, is known for its generous giving.
In 2018, the charity received $6 million from the federal government for a program it runs called SNAP, which provides cash grants to the poorest Americans.
The United Church of Christ, for providing shelter to the homeless.
The USCC’s homelessness programs have received more than a million dollars in funding since 2014.
The Urban League of Chicago, for sheltering the homeless and helping veterans.
The homeless charity has been able to raise over $1.3 billion from its program called the Community Homelessness Partnership, according a report from the Urban League.
The Christian Charities Alliance, for giving back to the world.
The group has given $1 billion to charity since the 1960s, according USA Today.
The alliance, which was founded in 1996, has helped build shelters, provide scholarships, and build schools.
The Evangelical Lutheran Church in America, for investing in schools.
The organization has donated over $2 trillion to schools, and the most recent report shows that it has given nearly $5 billion to schools since 2002.