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More Ways to Give

THANK YOU for considering a gift to Cathedral Counseling Center. Here are ways you can help us offer quality mental health care to people with limited resources. Or, contact Kristin Schmidt, Director of Development, at 312-252-9500 ext. 115.


For donations by check, please address to:

Cathedral Counseling Center
c/o Kristin Schmidt
50 E. Washington, Suite 301
Chicago, IL 60602


If you have a question regarding donations to Cathedral, please contact Kristin Schmidt, Director of Development, at 312 252-9500 x115.


Monthly Giving Option - New!

At Cathedral, our clients are most successful when they can make therapy part of their regular routine. Likewise, we recognize that our donors may prefer giving that is a part of their regular routine. That’s why we’ve created our new monthly giving program, the Stepping Stone Circle. It allows you to make a larger gift over time through monthly donations automatically charged to your credit card.

Register securely online or contact Kristin Schmidt, at 312-252-9500 x115, to start your giving today.

When you join our program, you’ll receive a welcome letter, special recognition in our annual report, and an invitation to our annual meeting. You will receive a tax summary of your giving each January, and a renewal letter upon your anniversary. Thank you for stepping up!


Other Giving Options

  • Donate Now — Your gift to Cathedral's Annual Fund helps underwrite the reduced fees that most of our clients pay. In 2014, nearly 70% of Center clients earned less than $30,000.
  • West Wing Campaign—Thanks to generous supporters, we met our $1 million goal in 2013 to  expand our Chicago Loop location – doubling the number of clients we can help. Gifts are still welcome to help to pay what remains of the mortgage.
  • Other Ways to Give—We welcome gifts of stock, in-kind gifts and event sponsorships. Like tax-deductible cash donations, these giving options offer benefits to the donor.


"I am extremely satisfied with the care I am receiving. My therapist is the only one I’ve ever seen who cuts though the rubbish and gets to the real issues."