Through the generosity of our donors, Catholic Charities of New York is able to meet the basic human needs of the poor and vulnerable among us, non-Catholic and Catholic alike, with dignity and compassion. Your generous support helps us to continue our critical work and carry out our mission to serve our neighbors by providing help and creating hope.
individuals connected to resources
youth in after school
programs and sports
families prevented from
Our Programs and Services
To give by phone, please call:
646-794-2411 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Eastern Standard Time.
Already a Recurring Donor and want to update your recurring pledge?
Simply call us at the number above or fill out the form below again with your updated gift amount, credit card or bank account information.
Making a planned gift is a wonderful way to show your support and appreciation for Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of New York and its mission, while accommodating your own personal, financial, estate-planning, and philanthropic goals.
Become a member of the Legacy of Help and Hope Society at Catholic Charities of New York by incorporating your charitable giving in your current and long-term financial and estate plans.
When you make a gift in honor of a loved one or family member, we provide a beautiful, emailed thank-you letter. This personalized email features original photography from our programs that serve the New York community, and a note that details the good being done in their name.
Pledges to Catholic Charities allow us to consistently provide help and create hope for at-risk New Yorkers, while also offering you the flexibility to donate over time.
Catholic Charities of New York welcomes gifts, stocks and other securities, and government (including municipal) debt and corporate debt through the Depository Trust Company (DTC). We have an easy mechanism to accept these gifts. For security, settlement and reduced paperwork, electronic transfer through the DTC is preferred. This can be arranged through most brokerage accounts.
In addition to providing help to those in need, a gift of an appreciated investment can have other valuable tax benefits related to capital gains, charitable deductions, and retirement income. Such gifts provide an excellent way to minimize tax liabilities and maximize your philanthropic giving.
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Family homes, farms, vacation houses, or other property can be a resource for generating tax deductions and added income. There are several ways to put real estate to work for you and Catholic Charities of New York.
Life estates, donating undivided interests in real estate, transferring real estate into a charitable trust prior to sale, and other strategies can provide solutions to a wide range of financial and estate planning needs. Even when real estate prices drop, many donors still receive significant capital gains. Take advantage of tax savings while enjoying increased income over time.
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Catholic Charities of New York vehicle donation program.
How it Works
- Call us at 1-855-200-4483 (GIVE)
- We will tow your vehicle at no cost to you!
- Get a tax-deductible receipt and help support Catholic Charities of New York.
If you are 70½ years old or older, you can take advantage of a simple way to benefit Catholic Charities of New York and receive tax benefits in return. You can give up to $100,000 from your IRA directly to Catholic Charities of New York without having to pay income taxes on your gift.
Did you know that you could make a difference with your online shopping? AmazonSmile helps you do just that. The AmazonSmile Foundation will donate a percentage of the purchase price from your eligible AmazonSmile purchases to Catholic Charities of New York.
Choose Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of New York as your charity when shopping.
You can also support Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of New York when you use your American Express card through the JustGiving program.
Gifts from donor advised funds, or DAFs, can be directed to support the mission and programs of Catholic Charities of New York. Please request that your fiduciary include your name on the memo line of the gift so we can properly acknowledge your gift.
Also, please consider DAF advising rights in your estate plan—these can be bequeathed to your heirs or other individuals, and it is an important part of your charitable legacy to ensure that these funds continue to support the work that you care about.