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Your support makes possible the life-giving work of the Capuchin friars and our partners in ministry. In the words of Blessed Solanus Casey, we thank God ahead of time for generously sharing your gifts in service of those who struggle.

Scroll down the page to see the different ways you can support Capuchin Community Services.

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Monetary Donations

Monetary donations go directly to providing basic human needs to those most in need. Gifts can be made online or by mail.

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A color photograph of two male visitors at St. Ben's Community Meal seated at a table.
Baskets and bags of donated hygiene items that will be distributed to guests.

Donate Items

You can donate gently used clothing and household items to our clothes closet at the House of Peace. Unlike many thrift stores that will re-sell your donated items, the House of Peace provides donated items directly to those who need them, always free of charge.

Find out how to donate items

Capuchin Walk for the Hungry

Walk with purpose. For 20 years, the Capuchin Walk for the Hungry has served to build awareness and raise funds to fuel the Capuchin Community Services mission. Join us at the lakefront as we work to alleviate suffering in our community.

Learn more about the Walk for the Hungry
A group of walkers wearing blue shirts at the 2024 Capuchin Walk for the Hungry at Lakeshore State Park in downtown Milwaukee.
Photograph of the holiday food box distribution at the House of Peace.

Planned Giving

You can build a better tomorrow for the people of Milwaukee and ensure a lasting legacy by considering a planned gift.

Learn more about planned giving

Grants

Corporate and foundation partners are in a unique position to both fulfill their CSR obligations and make a quantifiable impact on poverty in southeast Wisconsin.

Information for grantmakers
Bango, the mascot of the Milwaukee Bucks NBA franchise, hugs a guest at St. Ben's Community Meal.