make a difference. Join Catholic Services of Macomb in continuing our mission of
bringing compassionate care to individuals and families in need of help and hope
in meeting the changes and challenges of life.
Make a donation
Private contributions enable Catholic Services of Macomb to maintain its many
programs and services, as well as offer services at low or no cost, based on
ability to pay. Just as CSM cannot function without volunteers, the agency
cannot achieve its mission without the support of the community we serve.
It is cash and in-kind contributions from individuals, churches and schools that
enable Catholic Services of Macomb to stock two “baby pantries,” to provide
pregnant women, new mothers and their children with essentials such as diapers
and wipes, toiletries, infant and children’s clothing, afghans, and other items.
Many local businesses and organizations assist Catholic Services of Macomb in
recognizing the contributions of senior volunteers by serving as table sponsors
or donating door prizes for RSVP and the Senior Companion Program of Macomb’s
annual volunteer recognition event.
You can make a donation by sending a check or money order to Catholic Services
You can designate your donation to support a specific service or program, as
well as designate your donation in memory or honor of a loved one. As a
charitable, 501(c)(3) organization, your donations are tax deductible as
allowable by law.
For additional information or to make a donation, call Catholic
Services of Macomb at 586.416.2300.
Share your time and talents with
Volunteer! As a non-profit agency, Catholic Services of Macomb could not
function without volunteers.
Whether its membership on the Board of Directors or Senior Advisory Council,
assisting with agency fundraising activities, doing computer or clerical work,
or working one-on-one with adult day service clients, Catholic Services of
Macomb offers a variety of ways for you to make a difference in our community.
For those age 55 or older, RSVP of Macomb has a multitude of service
opportunities available in partnership with over 50 organizations throughout
For additional information,
For those age 60 or older and who are income eligible, the Senior Companion
Program of Macomb provides training, an hourly stipend, and limited mileage and
meals reimbursement for volunteers to provide non-medical support and
companionship to homebound and isolated adults throughout Macomb County.
additional information, call 586.756.1435.
With locations in Warren and Clinton Township, A Friend’s House Adult Day
Services provides opportunities for volunteers of all ages – including middle
and high school students needing to do community service hours for school or
sacraments – to assist with daily activities, for special projects, or to
entertain. For additional information, call A Friend’s House Clinton Township at
586.412.8494, and A Friend’s House Warren, at
In addition, Catholic Services of Macomb serves as an internship site for
undergraduate and graduate students in a variety of disciplines, including
Counseling, Social Work, and Psychology. For information, call
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