Everything we have, everything we are, and everything we will become is a gift from Almighty God. As faithful Catholics, we are called to return a portion of our time, talent and treasure in gratitude for God’s great bounty. The Diocese of Lubbock—with its parishes, offices, agencies, schools, and outreach ministries—has numerous volunteer opportunities and our main fundraising source, the DCA (Diocesan Catholic Appeal) to give of your financial resources. To volunteer your time and talent, please contact your parish, school or agency directly.

If you have questions regarding a pledge or payment to the Diocesan Catholic Appeal, please email Marilyn Hampton  or call (806) 792-3943.

Make a Donation
All gifts (cash and check) intended for year-end giving must be received by the Diocese of Lubbock or postmarked by December 31. Gifts received after this date will receive the following year tax credit.

Donations may be mailed to:
Diocese of Lubbock
P.O. Box 98700
Lubbock, TX 79499-8700
Please make your check payable to Diocese of Lubbock.

Other Opportunities for Giving 
Make a secure online credit card donation or a sustained monthly gift. 

Ask your employer’s Human Resources department to learn if your employer will match your gift to the Diocese of Lubbock.

Consider leaving a gift in your will or estate plan through Planned Giving.

The Diocese of Lubbock is tax-exempt under Section 501(c)(3) of the IRS.

Parish Stewardship
Contact your local parish to see which ways you can aid them by volunteering in any aspect of your parish.

Special Collections

16 special collections are taken up in the diocese annually. These collections meet the needs of several programs in the diocese, the Church in the United States and the universal Church.

Campus Ministry Development

If there is a university or college in your city/town contact your parish and see if there is a campus ministry there. If so feel free to offer your time, talent, and/or treasure.

Capital Campaigns

In the life of a parish, school or service organization, it is often necessary to conduct a capital campaign. A capital campaign is basically a concentrated effort to raise significant funding over a relatively short period of time.

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