Our commitment to building relationships gives special meaning to the gifts from individual donors. We are blessed that many of our supporters are long-term and regular donors, who sustain our work to meet needs and change lives in our community. We are always seeking to build new relationships with supporters at every level.
We value gifts in kind and have specific wishlists for both the Food Pantry and the Clothing Closet, however financial gifts give us the greatest flexibility in directing resources to meet pressing needs.
Please send a check, payable to The Father McKenna Center, to:
The Father McKenna Center
19 Eye Street, NW
Washington, DC 20001-1425
Please click here to be taken to our secure donation page. You can also support The Father McKenna Center through Network for Good.
The Father McKenna Center maintains a brokerage account. If you have appreciated stock that you wish to donate to The Father McKenna Center, please contact Liz Daley.
You can make a profound and lasting contribution by including The Father McKenna Center in your will or estate. For more information, please contact Liz Daley.
Qualified Charitable Distributions (QCD)
Many retirees have pension programs [401(k) or Roth IRA’s] from which they must take distributions beginning at age 72. Making a contribution directly from an IRA has potential impacts on one’s tax liabilities. Consult your financial advisor about this option. If you choose to use a QCD, please inform the Center to be on the lookout by emailing Liz Daley, because not all contributions from financial institutions inform us who the donor is.
The Father McKenna Center accepts shelf-stable goods for our Food Pantry. We are always in need of vegetable oil, apple juice, canned chicken, baked beans (18 oz or smaller), jelly (in 12 oz jars or smaller), soup, and canned fruit.
If your organization is interested in holding a canned food drive to benefit The Father McKenna Center’s Food Pantry, please contact Liz Daley.
The Father McKenna Center can also be supported through the Combined Federal Campaign (#32524) 4), and the United Way of the National Capital Area.