Catholic Campaign For Human Development (CCHD)
Archdiocese of Baltimore


Diocesan Director, Archdiocese of Baltimore
Msgr. Richard J. Bozzelli
St. Bernardine Catholic Church
3812 Edmondson Avenue
Baltimore, MD 21229-1945
Phone: (410) 362-8664
cchd@cchdbaltimore.org





2024 Social Ministry Convocation

45th Annual Archdiocesan Social Ministry Convocation
Hear the Call of Justice
Saturday, April 13, 2024
Calvert Hall High School, Towson, MD


Informational Videos By Groups That Received CCHD Grant Funds

2023 CCHD Grants Awarded
Anne Arundel Connecting Together - - - - - Hon's Honey - - - - - United Workers

Informational Videos For Those Seeking Grant Funds

Video 1: Why We Fund This Work: Catholic Social Teaching ||| Text File of Video
Video 2: Funding Opportunities and Types of Proposals Funded ||| Text File of Video
Video 3: Community Development Grants: How to Apply ||| Text File of Video
Video 4: Economic Development Grants: How to Apply ||| Text File of Video

2023 Guide for Grant Applicants to the Catholic Campaign for Human Development


Paid Internship 2023-2024 School Year


Past Social Ministry Convocations


About the Catholic Campaign for Human Development

Funeral Homily for Msgr. William F. Burke (March 2023)

CCHD - Who We Are

What is CCHD? - 3 Minute Video
Ralph McCloud, Director of the Catholic Campaign for Human Development explains more about the campaign and how it helps those in need.

What is CCHD Baltimore? - 3 Minute Video
Father Rich Bozzelli, Diocesan Director of the Catholic Campaign for Human Development.

CCHD 50th Anniversary Address - 23 Minute Video
Bishop O’Connell - November 2021

Frequently Asked Questions

CCHD Newsletters: Helping People Help Themselves


CCHD Grants Program

CCHD Guide for Grant Applicants (Revised 2023)

CCHD Grants General Information

Commonly Used CCHD Terms

CCHD Grant Process and Timeline

Community Development Grant Criteria, Guidelines and Policies

Economic Development Grant Criteria and Guidelines

Finding Grant Money - Nonprofit Resource List


Catholic Social Teaching

Seven Key Themes of Catholic Social Teaching

Videos
  1. The Dignity of Work and Rights of Workers - 3.52 Minutes
  2. Life and Dignity of the Human Person - 3.27 Minutes
  3. Solidarity - 3.56 Minutes
  4. Rights and Responsibilities - 3.30 Minutes
  5. Option for the Poor and Vulnerable - 4.27 Minutes
  6. Call to Family, Community, and Participation - 3.45 Minutes
  7. Care for God's Creation - 3.05 Minutes

Color the World with Justice -- Themes of Catholic Social Teaching Coloring Activity
Catholic Social Teaching Coloring Book Instructions
Catholic Social Teaching Coloring Book

Superhero of Justice - Interactive Activity Kindergarten up to Third Grade

Take a Step Illustration of Advantages, Disadvantages and Factors Leading to Poverty - Version for Middle and High Schools

The Two Parts of Social Ministry



Social Justice Toolkit - Catholic Charities

The Social Justice Toolkit is comprised of resources, activity ideas, volunteer opportunities, and community organization profiles that highlight the social justice principles informing our mission over the years. It is our hope that this toolkit serves as a resource for you to continue to write that history in your own neighborhoods and faith communities. Opportunities within are organized around the seven principles of Catholic Social Teaching, which challenge us to live the call to holiness.

Download the Social Justice Toolkit



- Poverty USA   -  America's Forgotten State

Economic Justice for All - Pastoral Letter on Catholic Social Teaching and the U.S. Economy
U. S. Catholic Bishops, 1986 - A Pastoral Message



Archdiocese of Baltimore National and Local CCHD Grants Awarded

2023 Grants and Photo
2023 Awards Luncheon

2022 Grants

2021 Grants

2020 Grants

2019 Grants

2018 Grants

2017 Grants

2016 Grants and Photo

2015 Grants

2014 Grants and Photo

2013 Grants

2012 Grants and Photo

2011 Grants

2010 Grants

2009 Grants and Photo

2008 Grants

2007 Grants

2006 Grants

2005 Grants

2004 Grants

2003 Grants

2002 Grants

2001 Grants

2000 Grants

1999 Grants

1998 Grants

1997 Grants

Profiles of Funded Groups


CCHD Baltimore in the News

CCHD awards luncheon stresses importance of working past impasses for social change - The Catholic Review - August 11, 2023

Monsignor Burke leaves legacy of striving for social justice, devotion to city parish - The Catholic Review - March 6, 2023

Social Ministry Convocation returns to in-person event - The Catholic Review - February 28, 2023

Monsignor Bozzelli succeeds Monsignor Burke at helm of CCHD in Baltimore - The Catholic Review - August 19, 2021

Monsignor Burke retiring after 62 years as priest of Baltimore Archdiocese - The Catholic Review - May 24, 2021

Catholic Campaign for Human Development offers a big hand up - The Catholic Review - August 30, 2016

CCHD recipients better life in Baltimore - The Catholic Review - August 24, 2015

Catholic Campaign for Human Development grants help those in need - The Catholic Review - August 25, 2012

CCHD grants empower poor to effect change - The Catholic Review - August 30, 2011

CCHD helps fuel Elkridge parishioner’s efforts - The Catholic Review - November 16, 2010

Groups say Catholic Campaign for Human Development grants are crucial - The Catholic Review - August 21, 2009

CCHD grants help poverty-level groups help themselves - The Catholic Review - August 25, 2008

Church campaign donates $206,000 to fight poverty - The Catholic Review - September 2, 2004



Parish Social Ministry of Catholic Charities, Baltimore Maryland


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