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12/10/2018 2nd Multi-Family Housing Development Slated for Royal City

Catholic  Charities Housing Services (CCHS) is developing a second phase of multi-family housing for farm workers in Royal City, which will include an early learning center.

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12/10/2018 Grant Aims to Help Lower Area Childhood Obesity and Diabetes Rates

Catholic Charities Housing Services is excited to announce that they are the recipient of a federal grant in partnership with Virginia Mason Memorial (VMM) and Inspire Development Centers (IDC).  The grant is a three-year strategic grant totaling $600,000.  The grant will be used to help reduce childhood obesity rates and diabetes in the long term.

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06/11/2018 29 Ministries Receive Rice Bowl Grants

     Twenty-nine ministries that serve the needy are the recipients of grants from the local share of the Rice Bowl collection.

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06/05/2018 USDA Rural Development Team Visits Sunnyside – Helps Families with Home Construction

SUNNYSIDE - The USDA Rural Development staff participated in a unique work party at Sunnyside’s South Hill Park Homes on May 23 from 9:30 a.m. to noon.  They worked alongside families who are constructing their homes in the Catholic Charities Housing Services development. Catholic Charities Housing Services is a Grantee for the USDA 523 Program that provides technical assistance to very low and low-income individuals and families to provide first time home ownership.  This unique program teaches families to build their homes from the ground up. The work party celebrates a great union of partnerships in rural communities. South Hill Park Home Development is located at1707 Canadienne Street, Sunnyside. 

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12/10/2018 Catholic Charities Housing Services to Attend National Rural LISC Conference in Washington, D.C.

Catholic Charities Housing Services is pleased to announce it will send staff and board members to the Rural LISC Seminar, an annual national conference for rural community development professionals. This year’s Seminar will be held in Washington, D.C. May 15-18 and will provide unique opportunities to visit with Congressional representatives on Capitol Hill; gain valuable insight into ways to improve communities in the wake of natural disasters; and offer networking opportunities with rural colleagues from around the country.

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