Providing caring, compassionate services
for all people throughout Southern Wisconsin.
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27th Annual Charity Golf Tournament
Blackhawk Country Club
3606 Blackhawk Drive, Madison
We have been serving individuals and families in the Diocese of Madison since 1946.
With 18 programs in 11 counties in Southern Wisconsin, our programs help seniors, those living with a disability, individual and family counseling, mobile food pantries in rural communities, addiction treatment, those experiencing homelessness, and more.
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Help us feed our guests experiencing homelessness
There has been a significant increase in the number of guests visiting our homeless day resource center. Your donation can help us provide more meals.
From addressing hunger to housing and recovery support, Catholic Charities of Madison has been supporting the Madison area community for over 75 years.
Aging service addresses some of the emotional, physical and social needs of older adults, serving with dignity and compassion.
Children & Families
Over 15 programs specializing in children & family issues.
Programs for adults with developmental and intellectual disabilities.
The Beacon homeless day resource center and HNS are two programs addressing housing insecurity and homelessness.
Substance Use Treatment
5 Door Recovery is a residential facility located in Madison.
Catholic Charities partners with local parishes and the Second Harvest Foodbank of Southern Wisconsin to provide individuals and families in rural areas access to nutritional food.
Aging, Children and Families, Developmental Disabilities, Hunger, Homelessness and Substance Abuse Treatment.
in Southern Wisconsin
FAMILIES COMPASSION CARE
Youth Faith in Action Scholarship recipients announced
MADISON, Wisconsin – Catholic Charities of Madison announced four high school seniors from the Diocese of Madison have been awarded the Mary Jeanne Kennedy Anderson
ADC’s Differt named president-elect of WTRA
The Adult Day Center’s Ashley Differt has been named president-elect of the Wisconsin Therapeutic Recreation Association (WTRA), an organization established in 2018 by a group
Building Bridges marks 10 years, announces expansion
Previous Next SUN PRAIRIE, Wisconsin – Dane County Executive Joe Parisi and representatives from Catholic Charities of Madison on Wednesday marked the 10-year anniversary of
Supporting Our Mission
Catholic Charities of Madison is grateful for the financial support of these foundations and organizations.
Attic Angel Association
Housing Navigation Services
Care Team Ministry
Otto Bremer Trust
The Raskob Foundation for Catholic Activities
United Way of Dane County
The Beacon and FACE Kids