Giving, is part of the sharing of resources good stewardship requires. It calls us to nurture our relationships with God, our families, our church, our workplace, our environment, our suffering neighbors and our world.
Donate to your parish
The parishes in the Archdiocese of Milwaukee are always seeking ways to increase the ministries they provide. Use our parish listing to donate directly to your local parish.
Coronavirus Emergency Fund
The archdiocese has created a Coronavirus Emergency Fund to help alleviate the financial hardship caused by the outbreak. This fund will support ministries serving members of our community who have been negatively affected by the pandemic. Our neighbors down the street and across the archdiocese need our help at this critical moment.
2020 Catholic Stewardship Appeal
The Catholic Stewardship Appeal offers a unique opportunity to support Catholic life throughout the ten-county Archdiocese of Milwaukee with a single gift—a gift that helps sustain a broad spectrum of life-changing ministries and programs that meaningfully impact people’s lives.
Contributions to the annual $8.1 million Catholic Stewardship Appeal are restricted for use in four key areas of ministry: serving families, strengthening parishes, supporting schools, and forming priests and parish leaders.
Visit the Catholic Stewardship Appeal website
- View the appeal video
- Read about appeal-funded ministries
- Learn about Matching Gifts
The Campanile Society offers four levels of giving; membership is automatic with a minimum gift of $1,000. Prayerfully consider the level of giving that best reflects your call to stewardship. Learn more...
In the mid-1980s, the Council of Priests in the Archdiocese of Milwaukeee decided to combine when collections who be taken up for various ministries that the USCCB prescribed. Today, the collections are taken twice a year, with one collection focusing more on national ministries and the other focusing more on international ministries. Learn more...
A Powerful Way to Leave a Legacy
Giving through your estate plan or retirement plan is a way to support the Church with a significant gift that you might not be able to make with your income alone. Your gift becomes a legacy of support that builds our long-term financial strength. You can help transform lives by bringing faith, hope and love to God’s people for generations to come.