Make payable to Maria Reina De La Paz Parish Church and place in the offertory collection or mail to:
- St. Lawrence O'toole
- 494 New Britain Avenue
- Hartford, CT 06106.
You may make a gift to St. Lawrence O'toole Church with EFT or Credit / Debit Card. Giving on line is easy! You can make financial giving to St. Lawrence O'toole Church even more convenient and have a greater impact on our daily operations by setting up a recurring payment. If you would be interested Make your payment here through:
You can remember a family member or a friend in a meaningful way by making a donation to one of our many special projects.please contact our we office, at (860) 522-1129Estate Planning
You can designate a gift through your estate. Wills, charitable remainder trusts, charitable gift annuities, and life insurance policies offer the opportunity for leaving a lasting legacy to benefit the ministries of St. Lawrence O'toole If you are considering St. Lawrence O'toole as a beneficiary in your will, the full legal name of the beneficiary is: Please contact your legal and/or financial advisor for more informationMatching Gift and Volunteer Incentive Programs
Many companies have matching gift or volunteer incentive programs for their employees. For example, the volunteer incentive program at Verizon recognizes employees’ contributions of time and talent to non-profit organizations. Employees are eligible to apply for a grant on behalf of the qualified organization where they volunteered 50 hours or more during the year. We encourage you to check with your employer to see if your contributions to St. George are eligible for a matching gift or if there is a volunteer incentive programMaterial Donations
At certain times of the year, St. Lawrence O'toole conducts campaigns for specific ministries, requesting items such as food, clothing, etc. We welcome these material donations and thank you for your generosity. Please look on our website and in the weekly bulletin to see when there is a collection for these goods. *Please note that IRS regulations prevent qualified organizations who receive non-monetary donations from making a monetary valuation of the items.