Ways to Give

It is through the kindness and generosity of people like you that make the mission of Catholic Charities possible. There are many ways to give to support our outreach to individuals and families in need.

You may make a bequest to Catholic Charities in your will.
Tax deduction and a partially tax-free fixed income for life.
Avoid all capital gains and future estate taxes.
United Way and CFC employer contributor codes.
Tangible, tax deductible gifts.
Name Catholic Charities as a beneficiary to your current policy.
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Contribute to Catholic Charities or a specific program.
Safe and secure donations with no transaction fees.
Call 412-456-6953
Our program takes any property type so long as there is equity.
We accept all types of vehicles nationwide — even boats.

Bequests Through a Will

By remembering Catholic Charities in your will, you can make a donation without relinquishing any of your assets today. When you make a bequest to us, your taxable estate is reduced by a 100 percent deduction for the amount of a cash gift, or by fair-market value of appreciated assets.

You may make a bequest to Catholic Charities in your will itself or by adding a codicil to your present will. Bequests to Catholic Charities may be of cash, securities, or other property. Bequests of all sizes are welcome, whether they are outright, contingent, or residual.