COVID-19: Donation & Resource Guide

Catholic Charities offices have resumed regular hours

Welcome to the resource page for Catholic Charities response to the coronavirus crisis. COVID-19 (Corona Virus Disease #19) is a disaster every bit as much as a hurricane! If you would like to help financially, you can do so immediately below:

Update – effective June 1, Hillsborough Hope

Catholic Charities partnership with the City of Tampa to create a temporary encampment for 100 homeless adults is coming to a close and has been a great success. For the past 60+ days we have worked with these men and women to begin the process of housing them in order to return them to the path of self-sufficiency. For an update, check here.

Catholic Charities offices hours – All our offices are now open and operating regular hours. Call your the office of the program in which you are interested with any questions. Email . Our main office numbers are:

  • St. Petersburg – 727-893-1313
  • Tampa – 813-631-4370
  • Dade City – 352-521-1218
  • Spring Hill – 352-686-9897
  • Foundations of Life Pregnancy Centers – visit for contact information.
  • Catholic Charities Adoption Services – visit for contact information.
  • Immigration Services – call (727) 439-2930 or (813) 631-4370. Nuestra oficina de imigracion esta abierto. Para su cita llame al (727) 439-2930 o al (813) 631-4370.
  • Pinellas Hope – has resumed intake of new clients-residents.
  • Financial Assistance Programs – visit these program pages for more information: Pathways / Rapid Rehousing / Housing Counseling / Micro-enterprise Loans
  • Catholic Charities Free Medical Clinics – are operating regular hours with the exception of the Dade City clinic which is on reduced hours. Visit the Clinic program page Clinics, or call in advance with any questions:
    • San Jose Mission (Dover) – (813) 707-7376
    • St. Andre (Dade City) – (352) 521-1218 to check availability.

Long-Term Assistance

Longer-term (6 months out) – Catholic Charities will provide disaster assistance as we typically do after Hurricanes when short-term assistance has ended and the world has moved on, but folks still need help.


For the latest information from your county and the CDC, please check the links below:

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