Ways to Give
We are grateful for the generous support of individuals, small businesses, and corporations who help keep our programs running.
With your support, we can continue to renew lives and restore hope.
We invite you to bring your particular skills and talents to Catholic Charities. No matter what your schedule or interests may be, we can match you with a volunteer opportunity within one of our programs in the four counties we serve.
Now – more than ever – we turn to people like you to help us help others. We need the involvement and support from individuals like you in order to continue providing the services fewer organizations are offering.
Planned giving is finding ways to make charitable gifts to Catholic Charities now or after your lifetime while enjoying financial benefits for yourself. Unlike cash donations, these gifts are typically made from assets in your estate rather than disposable income. Planned giving is not only for the wealthy, even people of modest means can make a difference.
In Kind Donations
In kind donations help hundreds of families who come to Catholic Charities each month for assistance. In addition to our ongoing collections of food, clothing and household items, many of our programs also have special seasonal and holiday drives.
Generous companies are an essential part of fulfilling our mission—supporting programs that are most meaningful to them, their employees and customers. There are many ways your company can help the individuals and families who rely on care from Catholic Charities, Diocese of Trenton. Learn more about our fundraising events and ways that you could help.
Car Donation Program
Turn your old car into a donation that will make a difference in your own community! Catholic Charities, Diocese of Trenton accepts vehicle donations, giving you an easy way to help those in need in your local community. Regardless of the make or model of your unwanted vehicle — whether it’s running or not – we pick up your car or truck and use it for a good cause. In return, you not only get the feeling of helping a local charity, but also receive an income tax deduction. In some cases, the deduction may be worth more than what a dealer would give you for a trade in.
Advocacy is an important part of the work of Catholic Charities. It recognizes that there is a story behind every issue, and a story behind every face. Advocacy allows us to speak on behalf of our consumers and most importantly to encourage our consumers to speak out for themselves.