Author: Sara Thatcher

Statement re Governor Dayton’s 2016 Bonding Proposal

Statement from Catholic Charities Regarding Governor Dayton’s 2016 Bonding Proposal Dayton proposes critical investments to complete the new Dorothy Day Center and expand affordable housing statewide Today, Governor Dayton released his 2016 Bonding Proposal, which included two critical State investments necessary to complete the new…

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Theresa: Finding hope amidst tragedy

Theresa, 63, never called Catholic Charities’ Dorothy Day Center home, but it was her refuge from the world last fall.

Iron Mike: Decorated vet fighting for tranquility, home

Mike, 69, is both a former sailor and a U.S. Marine. His home, or the closest thing to it, is a mat on a floor at Catholic Charities’ Dorothy Day Center.

Mary Brainerd: A Capital Campaign for Catholic Charities’ Dorothy Day Center

Catholic Charities is building a new vision for the Dorothy Day Center to create dignified shelter, permanent homes and pathways out of poverty. This new vision is being realized with the incredible support of both the public and private sectors and Catholic Charities has launched a $40 million private capital campaign. The campaign is being chaired by Doug Baker, Jr., chairman and CEO of Ecolab, Mary Brainerd, CEO and president of HealthPartners and Andy Cecere, vice chairman and chief operating officer of U.S. Bank. Watch what motivates Mary Brainerd.

Andy Cecere: A Capital Campaign for Catholic Charities’ Dorothy Day Center

Catholic Charities is building a new vision for the Dorothy Day Center to create dignified shelter, permanent homes and pathways out of poverty. This new vision is being realized with the incredible support of both the public and private sectors and Catholic Charities has launched a $40 million private capital campaign. The campaign is being chaired by Doug Baker, Jr., chairman and CEO of Ecolab, Mary Brainerd, CEO and president of HealthPartners and Andy Cecere, vice chairman and chief operating officer of U.S. Bank. Watch what motivates Andy Cecere.