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How to help

We encourage gifts of all shapes and sizes. Through your time, talent, and treasure, you give those living on the margins of poverty access to the resources and support they need to rebuild their lives.

Give today

Gifts of money

Make an immediate gift to our programs and be a light for those who need it most.

Give today

Establish a charitable bequest, beneficiary designation, IRA-qualified charitable distribution, Donor Advised Fund (DAF) gift or stock gift as part of your planned giving arrangements.

Planned giving page

Download Planned Giving Pamphlet 

Tax ID #: 93-0386801

Donate a home or property

Donating property to Catholic Charities of Oregon is a thoughtful, generous way to create a major impact on the housing issues that face the underserved members of our community. We turn gifted property and buildings into life-sustaining permanent housing. Contact our Development Office at donations@ccoregon.org if you’d like to learn more about donation options or to discuss a particular property or building donation.

Donate a vehicle

You can donate your car, boat, or recreational vehicle (even if it’s not running) to Catholic Charities of Oregon. The proceeds from the sale will be used to fund our programs and services. Catholic Charities of Oregon partners with Speed’s towing to have your vehicle towed at no cost to you.

Download our vehicle intake form

Donating goods

Catholic Charities of Oregon is not a donation center, but we do have a need for select donation items that align with client needs.

Due to our limited storage and staff capacity, we are not able to accept every in-kind donation offered. We prioritize the needs of our clients and are grateful for your support of our efforts. 

We’re here to help.

For questions, email our Development Office at donations@ccoregon.org.

Articles

Study: Tiny home villages highly effective

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Remembering Kevin Jeans Gail, champion of Catholic social action

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$2.4 million federal grant to support a green retrofit of Portland affordable housing

Posted By | Catholic Charities Communications
The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development has awarded $2.4 million to Catholic Charities of Oregon for the green retrofit of a 40-year-old North Portland affordable housing complex. Teams from Catholic Charities of Oregon and the Oregon field office of the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development hold HUD’s $2.4 million check to…

A note from our executive director

Posted By | Natalie Wood, Executive Director