Thank you for joining us in our belief that all people have infinite value and are worthy of dignity and respect.

Give to CCOC

At Catholic Charities of Onondaga County, we help nearly 13,000 people in need each year, right here in our community. When you support our work, you make it possible for us to help the most vulnerable among us. Your donation helps individuals and families in crisis get immediate assistance and supports them into programs that put them on a path to stability and build their capacity to lead successful lives.

Ways to Give

  • Make a general unrestricted gift to Catholic Charities of Onondaga County so we can use the money where it is needed most.
  • Join our 1923 Society by making one or more unrestricted gifts totaling $1,000 annually.
  • Make a memorial gift or pay special tribute to a loved one.
  • Become a Catholic Charities Champion by joining our monthly giving program.
  • Sponsor the House of Providence Awards. Join us to celebrate our honorees for their exceptional leadership and service to the community.
  • Leave your legacy with a planned gift. Please contact us to explore your options.
  • Donate through your Donor Advised Fund or make a Qualified Charitable Donation from your IRA.
  • Donate stock by transfer to our investment advisor. Please contact Kacee Shuler, Director of Donor Engagement, at for instructions.
  • Donate items such as furniture, household items, and clothing. To learn more please email
  • Donate your car, truck, or boat by calling Insurance Auto Auctions at 315-699-2622. Let them know you’d like to donate on behalf of Catholic Charities of Onondaga County. They will arrange to pick up and sell your vehicle, CCOC will receive the proceeds, and you get a tax deduction to the extent allowed by law.
  • Pledge your support through United Way payroll (see your payroll administrator).

You can make your donation online or send a check to Catholic Charities of Onondaga County, Donor Engagement, at 1654 West Onondaga Street, Syracuse NY 13204. Contact us at 315-362-7695 or with any questions.

Every person is of great worth

Learn about our history and our commitment to assisting the most vulnerable people in Syracuse regardless of religion, race, ethnicity, or any other consideration.

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