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You Make it Possible!

Catholic Climate Covenant provides all its programs and resources free of charge. We rely on the generosity of our supporters to make our work happen. Thank you for giving to care for creation and care for the poor.

*Catholic Climate Covenant is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit incorporated in the District of Columbia. All gifts are tax deductible to the fullest extent of the law.

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Amplify the impact of your donation by being a central partner in our mission! Get access to exclusive content and roundtables, and share your ideas and stories with fellow Catholics working to care for creation and the poor. You can join one of our giving circles by clicking the button below and can opt for a one-time gift or a monthly giving plan.

Join a Giving Circle

Friend of Creation - $500 or $42/month
  • Recognition on our website
  • Staff will pray for your intentions at our monthly gathering
Steward of Creation - $1,000 or $84/month
  • All previous level benefits, plus
  • Free copy of Laudato Si' inscribed with a message from our Founding Executive Director
Advocate of Creation - $2,500 or $210/month
  • All previous level benefits, plus
  • Subscription to our Creation Care Team newsletter, a treasure-trove of resources, tips, and action ideas for teams in parishes, schools, religious communities, and corporations who wish to live and operate more sustainably and faithfully
Protector of Creation - $5,000 or $420/month 
  • All previous level benefits, plus
  • Exclusive invitation to bi-annual "behind-the-scenes" webinar roundtable with our Founding Executive Director
Champion of Creation - $10,000 or $835/month
  • All previous level benefits, plus
  • Free registration to our annual invitation-only "Catholics for Creation" national stakeholders meeting

Why I Give

"The Catholic Church, with fingers in every corner of the globe, may be the only organization in the world capable of generating the global support necessary to stop Climate Change.  If we all take Pope Francis’ words to heart, we just might have a chance of surviving this crisis."

-Phil Sakimoto, Ph.D.
University of Notre Dame