As the charitable outreach arm of the Diocese of Raleigh, the mission of Catholic Charities of the Diocese of Raleigh is to respond to the Gospel of Our Lord Jesus by performing corporal works of mercy.
'Corporal works of mercy' include: feeding the hungry, sheltering the homeless, clothing the naked, giving 'harbor' to the vulnerable. Catholic Charities provides direct services to individuals and families, and advocates and collaborates with a range of community partners to ensure vulnerable and isolated families in our communities are cared for, fed, clothed, have adequate shelter and safe harbor, and have hope.
We Need Your Help!
Catholic Charities of the Fayetteville Regional Office is undergoing a structural transformation to provide love and compassion to our communities most in need. Our office enables individuals and families to be productive and effective in their daily lives. Our programs and services work to end food insecurity, help families integrate into their communities, and help families achieve self-sufficiency.
However, our initiative can only be sustained with the help of volunteers; people who are willing and available to dedicate a few hours a week for this cause. We call on your community to come forward and help Catholic Charities transform the lives of those most in need. Please share this information with your community.
Below is some information of our programs and services in need of volunteers.
Food Pantry: this service is dedicated to providing healthy meals, increasing access to food, and developing innovative solutions to address food insecurity in a collaborative way.
- Warehouse Lead
- Warehouse stocking
- Customer service
Hours of operations: Monday to Wednesday from 9am to 12pm
Receptionist: Responsible for answering the phone and greeting guest, with a focus on welcoming and professional customer service.
Hours of Operations: Monday to Thursday from 9am to 12pm.
Volunteer Application Please complete the volunteer application if you can assist us. Return via email or bring to our office Monday to Thursday from 9:00 a.m. to 12 p.m.
Services and Needs for our Local Catholic Charities Office
Catholic Charities' mission, values, and commitment to service are reflected in the provision of quality services with an atmosphere of dignity and respect. Your donations are truly valuable to us. We thank you for your generosity and for your desire to help others. In order to streamline our processes and maintain superior standards in our delivery of services, ONLY the following items will be accepted as donations.
Gently used or new children's clothing (sizes 0-14) Please make sure they are laundered as we have no way to wash them!
Diapers, pull-ups and wipes for babies and toddlers
Non-perishable Food Items (unexpired)--click link for a list of most needed items CC Food Pantry Needs
Paper Shopping Bags with handles (New)
Reuseable shopping Bags (New)
Baby Formula (Unexpired)
New Baby Items for Baby Layette Needs(see below)
Tolietry items for men and women: shampoo/conditioner, toothbursh/toothpaste, deodorant, feminine hygeine products (tampons, sanitary pads), soap/body wash, razors/shave cream
We will no longer accept: cribs, car seats, mattresses, towels, beds, bedding, furniture (sofas, chairs, couches, tables, lamps, etc.)
Donations will only be accepted Monday through Thursday between the hours of 9:00am and 11:00am, unless prior arrangements have been made by the donor with a staff member, intern or a volunteer.
Thank you for your generosity!
Catholic Charities Offers Bi-Lingual Counseling Services!
Please click on the link below for the informational flyer!
Counseling Services Flyer
We are always in need of supplies for our Baby Layette or Baby Bags we make for expectant mothers. We make about 6 bags a week (3 for baby boys and 3 for baby girls), and usually our supplies run out even before the week ends. We seem to be the only organization that gives out Baby layettes. They are very appreciated by expectant mothers in the community. You all must also consider that Catholic Charities-Fayetteville Regional Office also covers Harnett, Hoke, Lee, Moore, Robeson and Scotland counties. Please click on the link below for a complete list of needed supplies. Again, thank you for your generosity and support!
Catholic Charities of the Diocese of Raleigh, Inc., previously Catholic Social Ministries, began in 1899 as the Catholic Orphanage of North Carolina and has maintained non-profit status since 1983. We serve people of all faiths or no faith tradition. Catholic Charities of the Diocese of Raleigh provides services in the 54 most eastern counties in North Carolina, through eight regional offices.
Our Mission, values, services, and commitment remain constant in serving all people in need. The agency offers five core programs: Emergency Assistance, Economic Self-Sufficiency, Family Health and Safety, Clinical Counseling and Parish and Community Engagement. Other services provided include adoption, disaster preparedness and recovery, immigration assistance and pregnancy services. Catholic Charities also advocates for social and economic justice, as well as addressing immediate needs with emergency resources or direct services.
We strive to be the agency of "first resort" as well as the agency of "last resort" for the poor and marginalized in the community. We work to inform the public so they know that they can come to us as soon as they need help, as well as once they have been turned away from all other agencies.