Ways You Can Give:
Your gift can help thousands of individuals and families in need. With your help, a single mother can provide nutritious food for her children, a human trafficking victim can receive needed legal assistance, a woman veteran can earn a better-paying job, a lonely senior can receive a hot meal and companionship, and so much more.
Donate online now for an easy, safe way to make your gift.
Supporting Catholic Charities as a Hero of Hope monthly donor is easy and provides a predictable funding source for our programs and services.
Your gift will ensure that we are continuing to help those who are suffering in the Greater Houston area by feeding the hungry, providing a safe home for children separated from their families, or serving a hot meal and warm visit to an isolated senior.
Adding a gift for charity to your will or retirement plan is a simple act with impressive results. Few people realize legacy gifts support much of the services that Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of Galveston-Houston provides today, and the good works that will happen tomorrow.
Request a copy of our FREE brochure and learn how you can become a member of our Legacy Society.
There are lots of ways you can make an impact on the people Catholic Charities serves!
- Donate items to help families furnish a home such as furniture, small appliances, linens and kitchen accessories; or donate gently used clothing, new toiletries, diapers and more.
- Donate your vehicle. A portion of the sale benefits Catholic Charities, and you may receive a tax deduction.
- Shop for groceries with your Kroger or Randalls card linked to Catholic Charities, or shop through Amazon Smile. A portion of the sale is donated to Catholic Charities.
- Gift a stock or bond
Catholic Charities cannot serve our community without your great support, and we value your security and privacy to make a charitable gift.
It is the policy of Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of Galveston-Houston not to sell or exchange its agency donor list with other organizations or disclose privileged information regarding donors or gifts to unauthorized parties. If a donor wishes to remain anonymous or their gift is restricted, this is duly recorded and honored.