You can directly help people in need
Catholic Charities Sf
A group opportunity. Invite your friends.
1 person is interested
You can be a part of delivering relief to the most vulnerable people during this pandemic.
We will match you with one of our many programs that serve the needy and you will directly aid them through the donation of simple items, such as shampoo, deodorant, healthy snacks and other essentials.
Choose who you would like to help:
Children and at-risk youth
Immigrant families and children
Chronically Ill adults in our residential homes
Families in supported or transtional housing
We will match you with your choice, provide a list of needs and tell you about the program, the people it helps and the staff that do the work.
It can be set up as a one-time or recurring help schedule.
Involve friends and family in your outreach.
Contact Carol Laughlin, manager of volunteer services at CLaughlin@catholiccharitiessf.org
About Catholic Charities Sf
990 Eddy Street, San Francisco, CA 94109, US
Founded in 1907 and rooted in traditions of charity and justice, Catholic Charities supports families, youth, aging adults, adults with disabilities through social services and opportunities for healthy growth and development.
We believe that families must be supported and strengthened. We believe seniors should be allowed to age in place with dignity. We believe immigrants and refugees should be welcomed with love and compassion. We believe every person deserves a chance to grow in safety. We believe we all have a responsibility to care for our neighbor. We believe in developing young minds and encouraging compassion in our community. We believe in strengthening families and reducing poverty. Rooted in our faith-based values of charity and justice, the mission of Catholic Charities is to serve and advocate for the poor, the sick, the distressed, children, youth, families, immigrants, and seniors, regardless of their faith.
Thanks to the help of volunteers and staff in 2017 we served almost 35,000 clients. 3,024 clients were served by Homelessness and Housing Services. Almost 5,000 refugee and immigrant consultations were provided and 2,332 seniors were served. In addition 25,459 youth were served in San Francisco, Marin and San Mateo.