House of Charity - Bishop's Annual Appeal 2018

St Joseph's Goal - $108,376

 

Kick Off Weekend - April 21-22

 

Last year St. Joseph’s goal was $108,376, and thanks to the generosity of 316 donors we achieved 78% of our goal. The average donation was $265. 

 

Watch this video to hear the Bishop's Message and from people in need who are being helped by this Appeal - "Walk with Me"

 

 

PROGRESS REPORT

 

As of May 14

225 Donations  -  $44,432 

(Average donation is $197)

 

We need $63,944, to reach our goal. 

 

If you've already donated,

THANK YOU!

 

If you haven't,

we ask you to prayerfully consider helping us reach our goal.

 

 

Click to print a copy of the Donor Form
HOC-Donor Card 2018 FINAL.pdf
Adobe Acrobat document [30.0 KB]

 

 

Ways to Give:

Check/Cash ---Credit/Card --Stock Gift --Matching Gift* --IRA Distribution*

 

*For information,visit http://www.camdendiocese.org/hoc/ways-to-give/

Please consult with a Financial Advisor on the tax treatment

 

Donation Options:

One-time gift  -OR-  Pledge  -OR-  Monthly Installment

 

Online Giving - Quick, Easy and Secure 

Click here  to make a one-time gift or set-up monthly installments via credit, debit, or a checking/savings transaction. 

 

 

Other Giving Oportunities

Matching Gifts - Double your gift! Many employers will match your contribution to the House of Charity.  If you have Matching Gift questions, please click here to email the Diocesan Office or call them at 856-583-6156. 

 

Securities - Gifts of stock, mutual funds, IRA's and retirement funds can be tax-wisw contributions.

 

Planned Giving - Charitable Gift Annnuities, Charitable Remainder and Lead Trusts, Life Insurance, and more can offer donors both tax savings and increased income  

 

 

Questions may be directed to J.B. Flora at 609-263-9357.​

 

Contact Us 

St Joseph Parish Center

126 44th St

Sea Isle City, 08243


Phone:   609.263.8696

Fax:       609.263.7884

E-mail: info@stjosephsic.org

 

 

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