How You Can Help

St. Joseph Center relies on support from the community to accomplish its mission. Your gift of time or treasure will help us provide life-changing services to vulnerable families and individuals. We are a 501(c)(3) organization, so your contributions to support our work are tax-deductible to the extent allowed by law.

Ways to Give

Contribute Online

Please make a contribution right now to support St. Joseph Center where we need help the most, please use our online donation page.

Contribute By Mail

Download this PDF donation form and mail it to St. Joseph Center along with your check or credit card information. Please note on the form if you are making the donation in tribute to a special person or an event such as a wedding or as a memorial to a loved one or friend who has passed on.

Contribution Questions?

If you have questions about making a donation, please phone 310-396-6468 ext. 336 or email us.

Donor Privacy Policy

St. Joseph Center deeply values our supporters’ contributions. To ensure your privacy is respected, we have adopted best practice policies regarding how we handle donor information and we have endorsed an industry-standard Donor Bill of Rights.

You can find full information on our Donor Privacy page. If you have questions or specific privacy concerns, we encourage you to contact St. Joseph Center’s Development & Communications team by calling 310-396-6468, ext. 328 or emailing

Volunteer Opportunities

St. Joseph Center is fortunate to have a loyal corps of more than 400 regular volunteers annually who assist in programs, administration, and fundraising. Learn more about volunteering a here.

Pantry Items Needed

· Baby wipes

· Cat food (dry or wet)

· Dog food (dry or wet)

· Pull-ups

· Adult diapers

Other appreciated donations:

· Baby diapers (especially in sizes 6, 2, and 1)

· Baby formula (and baby food)

· Ensure

· Protein bars

· Pads

· Sports drinks/electrolyte drinks

· Canned soup

· Canned protein

· Grocery bags (with handles)

· Cans of nuts

· Alternative milk (shelf-stable – things like soy, almond, and oat milk

Have questions contact: