Giving to Catholic Charities
Catholic Charities relies on the generosity of donors to compliment the funds we receive from state and federal grant programs, private foundations and fees collected from a few specific services that we provide to the community.
Philanthropic dollars account for about one-third of our total revenue and are the dollars we rely on most to offer services that have few grant opportunities, to bridge shortfalls created when grant funds decline, or to cover costs when service fees are less than projected.
Gifts can come in many forms
- Cash contributions through appeals or recurring contributions
- Planned giving
- Sponsorship and partnerships
- Gifts in kind
- Third-party fundraisers
At Catholic Charities, our staff and volunteers joyfully share God’s love by caring for all people each and every day. Our 13 ministries serve more than 15,000 people a year and focus on counseling, domestic violence, homelessness, hunger, immigration, seniors and disabled adults, and outreach.
Catholic Charities – Diocese of Wichita is a 501(c)(3) organization and all gifts are tax deductible. Catholic Charities Wichita, which has served our community for more than 75 years, is one of more than 160 separate and locally-operated agencies under the umbrella of Catholic Charities USA. The financial support that we receive from generous donors stays in our community to help our neighbors who are in need. We are led by our own local board of business leaders and community volunteers, and under the authority of the Bishop of Wichita. Our fundraising efforts are guided by the Association of Fundraising Professionals Code of Ethical Standards and Donor Bill of Rights.
We would like to hear from you! Call 316-264-8344 or Email us:
St. Joseph Pastoral Center
437 North Topeka st.
Wichita. KS 67202-2431
Catholic Charities, Diocese of Wichita is a 501(c)(3). All gifts are tax-deductible.
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316-264-8344 ext. 1262
The Wichita Diocese covers 20,021 square miles and includes 25 counties in the southeast corner of the state. It is home to over 114,000 Catholics in 90 parishes.