Donate a Vehicle

You can donate your car, boat, or recreational vehicle, (even if it's not running) to Catholic Charities. Click the icon above to find out more.

Donate a Home or Property

Donating property to Catholic Charities is a thoughtful, generous way to create a major impact on the housing issues that face our under-served community members.

Donate Items to a Program

Looking to donate to a specific program? Click here for a current list of needs by program.

Donate a Vehicle

You can donate your car, boat, or recreational vehicle, whether it is running or not, to Catholic Charities. The proceeds from the sale will be used to fund our programs and services for the disadvantaged people we assist. We can arrange to have your vehicle towed at no cost to you.

Catholic Charities partners with Speed’s towing for this service. Click here and complete the online vehicle donation form.

 

Donate a Home or Property

Donating property to Catholic Charities is a thoughtful, generous way to create a major impact on the housing issues that face our under-served community members. Often, we work to turn gifted property and buildings into life-sustaining permanent housing.

Contact our Development Office at 503-688-2625 if you’d like to learn more about donation options or to discuss a particular property or building donation you may have in mind.

Current Needs by Program

Kenton Women's Village

We are currently running a collection drive for Kenton’s Women’s Village for winter and women moving into new apartments. Interested in helping? Check this PDF for ways you can help!

Here are a few other in-kind donations currently needed at Kenton Women’s Village:

Consider joining with friends or colleagues to provide a Monday evening supper (for 14). We ask that the meal include a main dish, side vegetable, starch, beverage and dessert.

Please deliver in disposable dishes (containers delivered will be treated as part of the donation). Meals are requested for delivery to North Portland between 4:30 pm – 5:30 pm on Mondays.

Consider providing 14 brown-bag sack lunches to the residents of Kenton Women’s Village. Lunches should include sandwich, fruit, chips/crackers, and drink. Days are flexible with delivery requested by 11:30 am.

To learn more and/or coordinate this food donation, please call (503) 688-2623 or by email.

In preparation for winter, Kenton Women’s Village is in need of the following new or like new items:

  • Sleeping bags – high quality, rated to 20°F
  • Winter rain/insulted jackets – waterproof (contact us for size ranges)
  • Rain boots – rubber/PVC, preferable insulated (contact us for size ranges)
  • Warm socks
  • Hats
  • Gloves
  • Umbrellas
  • Pop-up Tents

Donations may be dropped off at the Village or at Catholic Charities. Please contact us for more information about drop-off hours and location.

For daily matters, Kenton Women’s Village currently needs:

  • Summer shoes (women’s all sizes) 
  • Summer clothing (women’s all sizes) 
  • large plastic garbage bags 
  • tin foil 
  • paper towels 
  • yard tools 
  • light bulbs 
  • general cleaning supplies (for kitchen and bathrooms) 
  • Twin, full or queen sheets, blankets, pillows 
  • hose & sprinkler 
  • brooms 
  • throw rugs 
  • crafting items (scissors, glue, paper, tape, etc) 

Donate items directly to KWV – contact the village manager Bernadette Stetz at bstetz@CCOregon.org to schedule a drop off time.

Housing Transitions

Catholic Charities Housing Transitions is always in need of:

  • white cotton women’s athletic socks
  • women’s cotton underwear in all sizes
  • personal and feminine hygiene items
  • backpacks

We are not able to accept clothing due to a lack of storage, but welcome winter coats, gloves, hats, and sleeping bags in season.

Family Support & Counseling

Every donation directly supports the children and families receiving services at Catholic Charities. 

We are in need of:

  • Diapers, especially newborn size
  • New cribs
  • New baby clothes
  • New toys

Please note: We can only accept new items as hygiene and safety requirements for pregnant women and newborn babies are quite specific.

 

Through our traveling crib program, we collect items for the baby and maternity supplies from parishes around the Portland area to support mothers who are facing difficult situations. Each year hundreds of women and their babies are helped with donations of diapers, clothes, parenting and relationship education classes, and rent and utility assistance.

To learn more about the Traveling Crib, please call (503) 238-5196.

Refugee Services

Support refugee families in their new home with donated goods. Refugee Services is currently in need of:

Shampoo 
Conditioner 
Body Soap 
Hand Soap 
Dish Soap 
Laundry Detergent 
Multi-purpose cleaner 
Toilet Cleaner 
Vinegar 
Windex 
Sponges 
Cleaning Cloths

More Information on In-Kind Donations

Many of our programs are looking for specific in-kind donations. Whether you personally have services or goods to offer or would like to organize a drive to collect items for a specific program, we are grateful for your support.  To give you ideas on items or services to donate, below are examples of donations we accept. If you have specific questions or to find our location for item drop-off, please contact us.

Note: Most in-kind donations made to Catholic Charities are tax-deductible. Receipts are available.