Make a Big Impact With a Future Gift
Giving through your trust or will is a powerful way to leave a lasting impact on the causes and organizations that matter most to you. By including a charitable bequest to Catholic Charities in your estate plan, you can provide vital support and make a difference for years to come. A charitable bequest allows you to designate a specific amount of money, property, or a percentage of your estate. This type of giving can also offer tax benefits to your estate and heirs, making it a wise financial decision as well as a philanthropic one. Whether you're passionate about early childhood or adult education, refugee support, affordable housing, or relieving homelessness, a charitable bequest can help ensure that your values and priorities are carried on for generations to come.
The future of our organization is built on today’s planned and deferred gifts. Together with our most faithful donors, we will continue to serve people in need far into the future.
If you have included Catholic Charities in your estate plans, or would like more information on how to do so, please contact us so we can answer your questions and acknowledge your commitment to our brothers and sisters in need. Notifying us of your plans will enable us to include your future in our records and will ensure that your gift is used according to your wishes. However, if you prefer to remain anonymous, we will keep your name and gift in strict confidence.
Gift of Cash
Gift of appreciated securities
Gift in your will or Living Trust
Catholic Charities is not a legal or financial advisor. Please consult with a professional you trust with the advisement and management of your estate.
The mission of Catholic Charities is to put faith in action to improve the lives of those in need. We provide services to promote self-sufficiency, strengthen families, fight poverty, and build community. As the local 501(c)(3) affiliate of Catholic Charities USA, we remain dedicated to finding solutions to some of the most pressing social challenges individuals, children and families face regardless of race, religion, color, country of origin, disabilities, gender, age, or sexual orientation.