Donate today to change lives tomorrow.
St. Patrick Center is a leader in ending homelessness. We provided housing support to nearly 2,200 clients and their families last year. That’s a lot of lives improved — 600 of those were new housing placements!
Ending homelessness requires resources. Half of our funding comes from the generosity of St. Louis area individuals and businesses. Please make a donation to St. Patrick Center and invest in the goals of our clients.
HOW YOUR DONATION HELPS
$25: Bus pass for a work week
$50: Shoes for work, 2 sets of school uniforms for a client’s child
$100: Emergency utility assistance to keep a client/family in housing
$250: Move-in kit for newly housed client/family
$500: Deposit on an apartment
$1,000: Complete eye exam and glasses for 12 clients
$2,000: Move a client or family that is homeless into housing with ongoing case management for one year.
St. Patrick Center has planned giving opportunities available. Contact Mary Kitley, Chief Development Officer, at 314-802-0195 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
HOUSING MOVE-IN SUPPLIES
Through Housing First, St. Patrick Center is placing people into homes every day. Each client receives a move-in supply kit with everything needed to start their new home. We need your help in providing these supplies. Individual items and complete kits are appreciated.
View our Housing Move-In Supply list here.
Donations can be dropped off at St. Patrick Center’s donation center dock located at the back of our building on Hadley Street. Items are accepted Monday through Friday from 8am to 4pm. On weekends and holidays from 9am-11am, we only accept salad kits and casseroles. Please call 314-802-1976 before dropping off prepared food to ensure refrigeration space is available.
Sorry, we are not able to accept children’s bicycles, computers, electronics, furniture, mattresses, etc. Items are accepted at the discretion of St. Patrick Center staff.
Contact Katie Joseph at 314-802-1976 or email@example.com for more information about our wish lists and donations.