“Since very little good can be accomplished without the aid of money, we must look after it in small as well as in great matters.”

Catherine McAuley, RSM, Founder of the Sisters of Mercy

Gifts By Mail 

If you prefer to make a gift by mail, please make your check payable to Pittsburgh Mercy and mail it to:

Pittsburgh Mercy
Development Office
101 Bradford Road, Suite 320
Wexford, PA 15090-6909

Please include a note to let us know whether you’d like your donation to be applied to the area of greatest need or a specific Pittsburgh Mercy program.

For more information, please contact us at 724-934-3537.


Gifts In-Kind

Pittsburgh Mercy accepts gifts in-kind that help us to achieve our mission. If you’re interested in making a gift in-kind or a donation to one of our programs, please contact us in advance to discuss our areas of greatest need. Note: Due to the volume of gifts we receive, we are unable to pick up gifts in-kind. Please do not deliver gifts in-kind without making arrangements with us in advance.

For more information, please contact us at 724-934-3537.


In Honor Of & In Memory Of Tribute Gifts

Consider making a tribute gift to Pittsburgh Mercy as a way to acknowledge special individuals, living or deceased. With your gift, please include the name of the person you’re honoring as well as and the name and address of the person you’d like us to notify of your thoughtfulness.

For more information, please contact us at 724-934-3537.

“A community in which this universal charity reigns, is capable of surmounting all difficulties.”

Catherine McAuley, RSM, Founder of the Sisters of Mercy

Matching Gifts

If you or your partner works for a company or organization with a matching gift program, your donation to Pittsburgh Mercy has the potential to do even more good. Please ask your employer for details about their matching gift program.

For more information, please contact us at 724-934-3537.


Recurring Gifts

If you’d like to make a recurring gift to Pittsburgh Mercy quarterly or annually, please contact us.


Special Events

By sponsoring or participating in Pittsburgh Mercy special events in person or online, you support vital programs and services that touch the lives of people in need in our community.

For more information, please contact us at 724-934-3537.


The Way Home

Pittsburgh Mercy’s Operation Safety Net® is our award-winning, innovative outreach program to persons who are experiencing homelessness. Given our success in transitioning people into homes of their own, we’ve created The Way Home, a new program dedicated to that mission.

The Way Home will focus on finding homes and providing important follow-up services to 200 persons in Allegheny County who are experiencing homelessness. With a fundraising goal of $500,000, The Way Home can go a long way in helping to solve a social problem that affects many in our community.

It’s our hope that individuals, organizations, corporations, schools, and faith communities will join in our efforts and help raise $2,600 to transition an individual into housing. With your help, these individuals can find not only a home, but also safety, security, hope, and a productive place in our community. If your school, youth group, civic group, or business would be interested in partnering with us to help end homelessness, please let us know.

DOWNLOAD THE WAY HOME BROCHURE

For more information, please contact us at 724-934-3537.

 

“The poor need our help today, not next week. We can never say, ‘It is enough.’”

Catherine McAuley, RSM, Founder of the Sisters of Mercy

Sock Drives

Pittsburgh Mercy’s Operation Safety Net® distributes new socks to persons who are experiencing homelessness. Due to the amount of time that people who are homeless spend walking or standing on their feet in all types of weather, foot care is an important health issue. Many times their feet are in extremely poor condition. The combination of the elements and dirty socks can lead to infection. Businesses, schools, faith communities, and social clubs are invited to collect new socks for this worthwhile community project.

For more information, please contact us at 724-934-3537.


Gifts through United Way of Southwestern Pennsylvania

Please consider designating your United Way contribution to the Pittsburgh Mercy. Your gift will benefit people right here in Southwestern Pennsylvania. You can direct your gift to help persons who are homeless or are abused, who have a mental illness, an intellectual disability, an addiction to alcohol or other drugs, to support veterans or seniors, or to the area of greatest need.

For more information, please contact us at 724-934-3537.


Third-Party Fund-Raising Events

Pittsburgh Mercy is grateful to all of our friends who work so tirelessly to create and build support for the programs that help our community’s most vulnerable individuals. By identifying new ways to raise funds for the many pressing needs and vital programs of Pittsburgh Mercy, you make a difference in many lives.

If you’re planning a third-party event to support any of Pittsburgh Mercy’s community outreach programs, please contact us in advance for permission at 724-934-3537.