Case Study

Catholic Charities of the Diocese of Palm Beach Doing More for the Communities of Florida

Currently, Florida is ranked third in the nation—and Palm Beach county is ranked third in Florida—for suspected cases of human trafficking. Florida’s tropical Atlantic coastline means it is also regularly impacted by major disasters, such as hurricane Irma in 2017. As part of its mission to “empower individuals, deliver social services and collaborate with others in building just and compassionate communities,” the Catholic Charities of the Diocese of Palm Beach has dedicated programs to help the victims of human trafficking and natural disasters, alongside additional programs.

Operating in five different Florida counties, with offices in four, Catholic Charities of the Diocese of Palm Beach provides a wide range of services to the most vulnerable in their community. Founded in 1984, Catholic Charities served over 33,000 clients in 2020 across 17 programs, with over 200 service providers, 53 parishes, 19 schools, 9 offices, and the main headquarters.

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