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$30,000 Challenge Grant Announcement

We are excited to announce that the William G. McGowan Charitable Fund has awarded Seton Center a $30,000 Challenge Grant in Support of our Food Pantry

We need your help in raising $30,000 in support of Seton Center to receive the grant.

The William G. McGowan Charitable Fund is a philanthropic family foundation established in 1993 to perpetuate William McGowan’s tradition of compassionate philanthropy and ethical leadership. Today, the Fund preserves the legacy of William McGowan while embodying his tireless spirit and determined optimism.

To help us reach our goal, please click on donate button.

How You Can Help

Seton Center welcomes donations of all kinds in support of its mission.

Gifts of cash (currency, personal check, money order, bank draft, or credit card) are an immediate way to provide direct financial assistance to Seton Center. Click here to donate.

Gifts of stocks, bonds, or mutual fund shares that have appreciated in value can help donors reduce capital gains and create an immediate income tax deduction based on current market value.

Planned gifts to Seton Center may be structured through bequests, charitable annuities, and charitable remainder trusts. Naming Seton Center in a will or trust, or as beneficiary of a life insurance policy is one way to ensure that the good work continues in the future.

In-kind donations are welcome and are critical for the operation of the thrift store. New or gently-used clean items may be dropped off at the Center from 9 a.m. – 4 p.m. Monday through Friday.

Canned goods and other non-perishable food items, as well as personal hygiene items, may be donated to the Center for distribution through the food pantry. Families, companies, faith communities, and others are invited to host food drives for Seton Center. Please call 816-231-3955 for information on current food needs and guidelines.

Seton Center is grateful for the financial, volunteer, and prayer support of its friends and donors.