ways to give

Ways to Give

There are so many ways to help the most vulnerable in our community. Will you help Catholic Charities reach even more of those who need our assistance with one of the easy options to the right?

Donate Items from Our Amazon Charity Lists

You can give items to directly help the people we serve by shopping our Amazon Charity Lists. Simply choose a program that speaks to your heart, click that Charity List, add items to your cart, and check out. Those items will be shipped directly to our programs. Please include your contact information on the gift receipt so we can thank you for your gift.

Shop our Charity Lists

Learn more about Tax Credits

Tax Credit

You can receive a dollar-for-dollar Arizona tax credit for your donation to Catholic Charities and stack it with other types of tax credits, up to $500 individually or $1,000 if filed jointly.

Central AZ Tax Credit | Northern AZ Tax Credit

Legacy / Planned Giving

Legacy Giving

Through planned giving, also known as legacy giving, your gift can ensure that Catholic Charities Community Services’ work with the most vulnerable continues for generations to come.

Planned Giving Options

Workplace Giving

Workplace Giving

There are many ways for your company to partner with Catholic Charities. We welcome organizations to contribute through payroll deductions and workplace giving campaigns.

Workplace Giving

Retail Rewards

Retail Rewards

Your everyday shopping can benefit Catholic Charites using retail rewards. Retailers like Amazon, Fry’s Food Stores and Smith’s have programs set up to reward nonprofits with every purchase.

Retail Rewards

Donate Your Car or Property

Donate your Car or Property

Catholic Charities has partnered with CARS, Inc. to allow people to donate vehicles and property. Vehicles in any condition can be donated but only certain properties are accepted. Contact Wendy Owens to learn more.

Donate my Vehicle or Property

Catholic Charities is committed to making reasonable accommodations to the special needs of individuals with disabilities meeting the eligibility requirements of all versions of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) so these persons have access to available employment opportunities and services. To contact us if you are deaf or hard of hearing, please dial 7-1-1 to access the free telecommunications relay service.