Donation drives are a great way to provide much needed support to our program. Donated supplies provide the most basic necessities to the families and program.
Gift cards allow us the most flexibility in filling the most immediate needs of Anna's House families. The most requested stores are:
*Target *Wal-Mart *Shop Rite *Aldi *Wawa
Meals and Treats
Supportive projects and opportunities that further our program's success.
Esperanza Center - Catholic Charities of Baltimore
Family Services - Youth Behavioral Health & Adult Disabilities - Gallagher & Villa programs
Donations & Wish Lists
COVID-19 Priorities on temporary Amazon wish list
As a result of precautions taken by our organization and the state regarding COVID-19 (coronavirus), our children will face limited opportunities for activities outside of their spaces, and like most kids their own age have not been in school since March 2020. Your contribution of anything on this list can help our staff in this stressful time keep our children occupied in healthy and therapeutic activities.
We accept donations throughout the year to support children and families in need, therapeutic services for children, and violence prevention services.
Contact us directly (Sunnye Fredia, firstname.lastname@example.org) with any questions about contributions. You can find more info about our annual Christmas campaign at www.seasonofwonder.com or by clicking the links below. Info on year-long needs are also in the links below.
Ongoing - Administrative & Operations Support
COVID-19 UPDATE -- For the latest COVID-19 updates on all Catholic Charities programs, please visit http://www.cc-md.org/covid19/.
COVID-19 UPDATE -- For the latest updates on all Catholic Charities programs, please visit http://www.cc-md.org/covid19/.
My Brother's Keeper
My Sister’s Place Women’s Center
Remote (At Home) Volunteering - No Computer Work!
Our Daily Bread Employment Center
Aberdeen Court (Harford County)
Aberdeen Court, a Catholic Charities Senior Community, offers 75 one-bedroom, rent-assisted apartments for seniors. The community is accessible from I-95 and Route 40 in eastern Harford County. Located on Barnett Lane at the intersection of Beards Hill Road, directly behind the Beards Hill Shopping Center, the site provides convenient access for shopping, banking, medical care, and places of worship.