Giving

St. Joseph’s Family Center has been a venerable institution in South County for 35 years. We are proud that over 90% of our financial resources go directly to assist hundreds of very low-income families and the homeless in our community. Our overhead, administration and fund raising cost have traditionally been only 7-8% of our total budget.

With our diversity of programs, our agency needs diversity of funding. We are fortunate to have great support from the local community, as many businesses and individuals donate regularly to support our mission. These dollars are vital to help us “fill the gap” where government funding is not available or applicable to those needing services.

Giving Online
We can make this easy for you to do! Click on the “Donate Online” button to the right and enter the amount you would like to give. This will take you through our secure online donation form where you can contribute using the credit card of your choice.

Recurring Giving
We are working to make this easy for you to do! Please check back soon to learn how you can sign up to make recurring monthly contributions to St. Joseph’s Family Center.

Donating Stock
You may also donate stock shares to our organization or leave a lasting legacy by including St. Joseph’s Family Center as a beneficiary of your trust. Please consult with your financial adviser to learn more about this process. You may also contact us at (408) 842-6662  ext. 25. We would be happy to assist in any way possible.

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When shopping for your family and friends visit smile.amazon.com, choose “St Josephs Family Center” and .5% of your purchase will go St. Joseph’s Family Center.

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“So many times you feel helpless on what to do to help others, volunteering and donating to SJFC makes me feel less helpless and that I am making a difference in someone else’s life.”~ Cindy

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    “You are wonderful. My son is in town to visit me and you made it possible for me to cook him a meal. It made me feel good to be able to do that for him. It made him feel like old times.” ~ Brenda (homeless)