How to Give

How to Give

Your tax-deductible gift provides tens of thousands in need across the Diocese with life-changing support and spiritual dignity. You may make a one-time contribution, or, you can make a monthly, quarterly, or semi-annual pledge. Your donation or pledge may be made by check or credit card.

By Check

To donate by check, please download the Catholic Charities Appeal Contribution Card and mail it with your check payable to the “Catholic Charities Appeal” to:

Catholic Charities Appeal
450 Highland Avenue
Fall River, MA 02720

Please note your parish name on the memo line of the check. Please do not mail cash.

Online

Click the button below to donate using our secure online form.

Make a Donation

Gifts of Stock

Donating appreciated securities to support the Catholic Charities Appeal is easy and can be done through The Catholic Foundation of Southeastern MA account. When you wish to make a gift of stock, provide the following information to the transferring broker:

The Catholic Foundation Broker-Morgan Stanley
370 Faunce Corner Road
Dartmouth, MA 02747
Phone: 508-985-1010
Paul.castro@morganstanley.com

DTC Participant #: 0015
Foundation Account #: 569-014500
Foundation Tax ID: 82-5093066
Download Stock Transfer Form Here

Please send stock certificates to be delivered to the Catholic Charities Appeal to:
Catholic Charities Appeal
450 Highland Avenue
Fall River, MA 02720

Become a Monthly Partner

By becoming a monthly pledge partner for the Catholic Charities Appeal, you are making a year-round difference in the lives of those who are most in need of our assistance, every day.

Here are some examples showing how a 10-month pledge might be a convenient option for you:

Total PledgeMonthly Payments
$25,000$2,500
$10,000$1,000
$5,000$500
$4,000$400
$3,000$300
$2,500$250
$2,000$200
$1,500$150
$1,000$100
$500$50
$250$25
$100$10
$50$5

Those in need throughout the Diocese need us 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Help improve more lives when you become a monthly partner!

And there came a certain poor widow, and she threw in two mites, which made a farthing. And he called unto him his disciples, and saith unto them, Verily I say unto you, that this poor widow hath cast more in, than all they which have cast into the treasury. For all they did cast in of their abundance; but she of her want did cast in all that she had, even all her living. (Mark 12: 42-44)