2016 Annual Collection will be held on November 19-20.
The Catholic Campaign for Human Development is dedicated to breaking the cycle of poverty by funding community programs. Is never to early to start promoting the annual CCHD collection your assistance in promoting the 2016 collection is essential to its success. Together we can make a difference. The 2016 collection will be held on November 19 and 20. Promotional materials will be mail to your parish in early October including posters, envelopes and bulletin inserts adapted to our diocese. If you have any questions about the collection please contact Loxi Hopkins, CCHD/CRS Diocesan Director.
Please join me in solidarity with CCHD to put an end to poverty in our community and nation. The Diocese retains 25% of the proceeds to fight poverty within our own diocese.
Thank you for participating in the 2015 collection: Your generous support will give those in poverty the support they need to make lasting changes. We are now accepting grant applications for the local share of the 2015 Collection. Grant deadline is May 31, 2016. Grant Criteria
Did you missed your 2015 parish collection, or your parish does not take up the collection. Can you still make a Donation?
YES: Send your donation to:
Diocese of Davenport
780 West Central Park Avenue
Davenport, IA 52804-1901
Make Check payable to: the Diocese of Davenport and in the memo line write CCHD Collection. The Diocese retains 25% of the proceeds to fight poverty within our own dioceses.
The office of Social Action promotes the Catholic Campaign for Human Development and assists parishes, schools and individuals with participation in CCHD programs. The Diocesan Director of the CCHD evaluates local organizations which have applied for national grants and, if appropriate, recommends them to the CCHD Board for approval by the Bishop. In addition, the Board recommends to the Bishop the distribution of the retained portion of the CCHD collection for grants to local organizations. Collection Resources
|Bishop Martin Amos Letter|