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'Tis the Season of Giving


Last year Catholic Charities served 39,520 meals in the ecumenical soup kitchens and the need is growing. Our Thanksgiving to Christmas “’Tis the Season of Giving” appeal is underway. Together we must raise $120,000 – enough for 40,000 meals for men, women, and children who need our help. Thank you for your generosity over the years.

Your gift will provide meals to our neighbors in our Diocesan community. You’ll help feed homeless youth, isolated seniors, working poor, and many more hungry neighbors who need access to fresh, nutritious food through Catholic Charities’ ecumenical soup kitchens and food banks.

For questions about donations, please contact our Development Office at 610-435-1541 or .

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Matching Gifts

Many companies offer matching gift programs to encourage employees to contribute to charitable organizations.

Many companies offer matching gift programs. The employee gives an amount and they will donate the same. Most of these programs match contributions dollar for dollar and some will even double or triple the amount! 100% of both donations go to Catholic Charities.

Ask your employer if they provide a matching gift program or contact:

Regan Downey, Development Assistant, 610-435-1541, Ext. 340, or .

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Planned Giving

A gift of love, a legacy of hope. Planned giving allows you to support Catholic Charities while achieving your financial goals.  You may even find an option that lets you give more than you otherwise would have thought possible.  To learn more, contact:

Regan Downey, Development Assistant, at 610-435-1541, Ext. 340, or

Or, visit our Planned Giving Website »

Please pray for these individuals for whom we have received gifts in memory of:

"The counseling services that I received changed my life. They made me a better person."

Catholic Charities' mission is to provide compassionate human services with respect for the sanctity of all human life.

Your gift will feed the hungry, find shelter for the homeless, counsel those suffering with mental health issues and show respect for all, regardless of faith, race, age, or ability to pay.