There are many ways to support the work of the Gospel in the community. Your generous witness and faith in action can help provide hope and assistance to many.

Advent Appeal for Ukraine

In response to the continued conflict in Ukraine, Archbishop Peter A Comensoli is launching a special Advent appeal, the proceeds of which will go towards providing aid and practical assistance to those who have been displaced and are without basic supplies, especially as winter approaches.

Support your local parish with CDFpay

CDFpay for Parishes provides an opportunity for parishioners to support their local parish through automated online giving. This is especially helpful during this time of COVID-19 when new, simpler ways of providing financial support in a secure way are needed.

Archbishop's Charitable Fund

The core purpose of the Archbishop's Charitable Fund is to generate funds and to distribute grants to registered charities in the geographic boundaries of the Catholic Archdiocese of Melbourne with a commitment to Catholic tradition and social justice, to support and sustain their charitable works. Make a donation to the Fund

Priests Retirement Foundation (Father's Day Appeal)

It has been a wonderful custom in our Archdiocese to show our appreciation through an annual Fathers’ Day Appeal which goes towards the care of retired and sick priests. Funds raised go towards providing suitable accommodation, medical assistance and a comfortable standard of living for our retired priests. Donate today

Project Compassion: Help someone build a life

Project Compassion helps end poverty and promote justice so the world's poor won't need to rely on charity. Spanning through the six weeks of Lent each year, Project Compassion is an extraordinary, ongoing demonstration of the faith, love and generosity of Caritas Australia's caring supporters, all in the name of justice and peace. Donate to Project Compassion

Help provide aid overseas: Aid to the Church in Need

Aid to the Church in Need has a threefold mission: first, to share the stories of those who suffer and are persecuted for their faith in Christ; second, to encourage prayer for the suffering Church; and third, to raise financial support to keep the faith alive in those places where it is most at risk. Donate today