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Local charities are those associated with philanthropic organizations like Goodwill and the Salvation Army. There are other local charities that are well known for their outreach programs like Catholic Charities. Of course, all churches have their own philanthropic organizations that offer charitable help to those in need. If you are a family looking for a charitable organization to help you with a specific goal, your best bet in finding one is to contact a local governmental agency that can direct you or offer you interim assistance until you can contact with a local charity. If you are an individual looking for a local charity to assist you, try asking at a local city hall especially in the mayor's office. If you are interested in making a charitable donation, you should contact the organization that you wish to contribute to and discuss your interest in being one of their philanthropists. Some philanthropists are unsure of how to proceed in becoming a patron of a group or organization by donating a charitable contribution. Depending on the size of your contribution, you may want to discuss your plans with your attorney before contacting the organization. The more commonly known local charities like Goodwill and the Salvation Army offer many services to people who are in dire need of food and shelter. These organizations can be found in the telephone directories or can be accessed by local city halls and police departments. Usually, those who are being treated in local mental health clinics or in drug rehabilitation clinics are often referred by their therapists for assistance. Catholic charities are easily accessed by contacting a local Catholic church. They are also found in most communities and offer their help to all people regardless of religious affiliations. As a matter of fact, most churches have community outreach programs and offer food and assistance to people who have been referred to them for assistance. Local charities are found in all communities. They keep a low profile because they do not want to trespass on the privacy of the people that they help. Although not considered as charitable organizations, welfare departments that offer monetary assistance with housing and food can meet an individuals or a family's needs for as long as that is required. There was discussion of limiting assistance from welfare programs to five years, but once you are part of the system, your needs are addressed either through welfare or through their connections with other charitable organizations.
Ronald McDonald House Charities of Erie
5439 W Lake Rd, Erie, PA 16505(814) 835-3546 Write a review
Office of Catholic Charities
5439 W Lake Rd, Erie, PA 16505(814) 824-1250 Write a review
Catholic Charities Counseling and Adoption Services Inc
329 W 10th St, Erie, PA 16502(814) 456-2091 Write a review
Catholic Charities Counseling & Adoption Service Inc
1203 Wallace St, Erie, PA 16503(814) 454-1556 Write a review
Community Shelter Services Inc
655 W 17th St , Erie, PA 16502(814) 315-2782
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Bigfoot Pest Control
4615 Buffalo Rd , Erie, PA 16510(814) 315-2675
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More on Charities
Starting a charity foundation requires a concerted effort on your part or your groups. Charity groups like church organizations often hold charity fundraising programs. Making a donation to a charity is often tax deductible which is one reason why some very wealthy people give charity donations to either children's charities that offer assistance to families with sick children or to charity groups of their own choosing. Making a tax deductible donation to a charity foundation lets you exercise the choice of who to give your money to rather than giving it in taxes and allowing a governmental group to give it for you. Some children's charities like the Ronald McDonald house charities offers valuable assistance to children and to their families. They can be contacted online or by inquiring at health organizations that they sponsor.