Many types of gifts are welcome for Catholic Charities and the people we serve.
Your financial gift can be used to directly support our programs. Use the links to the right to make a donation online. You can also mail a donation to:
Mission Advancement Office
P.O. Box 580460
Tulsa, OK 74158-0460
Your in-kind donation can be used in specific programs immediately. Click here for our wish list.
Your gift of volunteer service means so much to those who suffer…and can be a part of your fulfilling your baptismal call to serve those in need. To learn how you can volunteer at Catholic Charities, click here.
Property, life insurance proceeds, stocks and/or bonds, and specific bequests through wills, estates and trusts are also welcome. To ensure these gifts are properly designated and can be accepted and used to follow your intentions, contact Laurie Perkins in the Office of Mission Advancement to discuss your proposed gift and preferences. You can reach Laurie at 918.508.7116 or through email at email@example.com.
Many companies have matching gift programs to encourage their employees to support non-profit organizations. If you or your spouse are affiliated with a company that offers this benefit, please provide your company’s matching gift form when you make your donation.
Gifts made through thoughtful estate planning, deferred giving, and other forms of planned giving create extraordinary opportunities to support the mission of Catholic Charities. But careful financial planning can also help you and your family have peace of mind by taking care of your short-term and long-term financial needs and intentions. If you choose to include Catholic Charities in your estate plans, you will be welcomed as a member of our Caritas Christi Society. Click here to learn more about gift planning.
Your prayers and support are crucial to carrying out our mission to be Christ’s merciful love to those who suffer.
May God Bless you and your loved ones.
All donations to Catholic Charities are tax deductible. You may need to discuss this with your tax advisor or you can learn more at the IRS website.