Your gift can transform a life, a family, and our entire community. A gift to Catholic Charities provides the tools needed to find and keep housing, achieve financial stability, offer a caring ride and support of our seniors, or move one's immigration journey forward.
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Your gift can be that step forward that brings change. Every donation adds up. No matter how large or small, your contributions lead to something extraordinary. Any amount is appreciated.
Home is the foundation of our lives. Home is stable housing, a community to thrive in, and especially a sense of belonging. Every person deserves the opportunity to thrive in home.
For many, that security of home feels out of reach. Nearly 3,000 have already lost it. With the cost of living in California on the rise and natural disasters impacting us like never before, tens of thousands are at risk of losing their housing in our region. And for our immigrant community, poverty isn’t the only barrier. Languishing Federal policy and a scarcity of trustworthy, affordable legal services has put individuals and families at risk of deepening poverty, homelessness, and even horrifying human trafficking situations.
For our community to be complete, every voice must be given an opportunity to flourish. Catholic Charities is committed to lifting up the voices of those who are most marginalized in our communities and so the most forgotten are embraced as they have so much to give. We see untapped human potential in those who are living on the margins and if we want to see our community thrive and beam with vibrancy ensuring that those individuals have a place to be safe and heard is imperative.
Catholic Charities of the Diocese of Santa Rosa is financially independent a 501(C)(3) serving Sonoma, Napa, Lake, Mendocino, Humboldt, and Del Norte Counties. Our Tax ID is #94-2479393. Checks can be mailed to PO Box 4900 Santa Rosa CA 95402. All donations made to Catholic Charities are tax-deductible and used to support our charitable work in the community. Your personal information is stored confidentially and not shared with any external institution at any time.