How to Contribute
Gifts of Time and Talent
To support our ministry you can volunteer your time at one of our regional offices or program centers (see Regional Offices) and/or make financial gifts.
"The path of human solidarity is the path of service; and true service means selfless love, open to the needs of all, without distinction of persons, with the explicit purpose of reinforcing each person's sense of God-given dignity." - Pope John Paul II, 1987
Catholic Charities is a non-profit, 501(C)3 organization and, as such, donations are tax deductible within federal guidelines. Your sacrificial gifts and prayers are appreciated.
Ways to show your support:
- Donate online
- Mail checks made payable to Catholic Charities to:
7200 Stonehenge Dr.
Raleigh, NC 27613
- Vehicle Donation Program - If you have a vehicle you no longer need, please consider donating it for a charitable deduction. Proceeds from the auction sale of your vehicle will benefit Catholic Charities programs and services to those in need in eastern North Carolina. For information on how to donate a vehicle, please call toll free: (877) 710-GIVE / (877) 710-4483. (For car donations in Wake County only, please visit: www.wheels4hope.org.)
Philanthropic donations of stocks, insurance policies, IRAs, real estate, annuities, trusts and bequests are means to making a significant impact on those we serve. Free, no obligation appointments to discuss your estate plans can be made by emailing Ryan Flood, firstname.lastname@example.org, or call 919-821-9774. A brief summary of new tax laws affecting estate gifts is now available: Word | PDF
For help with your estate planning needs, please read our planned giving newsletter, Charitable Chatter: Word | PDF.
Gifts in Honor and in Memory of Others
Many people choose to make a charitable donation as a gift to a loved one or to have their donation be made in honor of birthdays, weddings, anniversaries and individuals or in memory of someone dear. Please download and use the card order form (PDF).
Your Gifts Mean So Much
Through the generous support of the BAA, grantors and individuals Catholic Charities touches the lives of more than 50,000 people a year. Providing help through emergency assistance, family support, counseling and other services, Catholic Charities meets individuals and families where they are with respect, working to help them achieve their goals.
Examples of what your gift can do:
- $35 - groceries for one week for a family of 4 (bulk procurement keeping prices low)
- $50 - one week of after school tutoring for a grade school child
- $100 - one psychotherapy counseling session with a licensed professional
- $150 - feed four families for a week
- $200 - one adult taking highschool equivalency classes to obtain GED
- $250 - emergency heating assistance for two families this winter
- $500 - sponsors a program on Respect Life Issues; Immigration Reform, or other topics promoting peace and justice
- $1,000 - rent for one month in a regional office