Donate to Hurricane Relief

The Knights of Columbus Disaster Relief Fund is used to support the work of the local councils through their disaster response efforts, in coordination with emergency agencies and first responders. One hundred percent of the funds raised go directly to relief efforts.

A History of Being There in Times of Disaster
The Knights of Columbus has a long history of lending a helping hand in times of distress.
The Order was one of the first organizations to provide financial support to families of fallen first responders following the terrorist attacks on the United States on September 11, 2001.
The Knights of Columbus also led a multimillion-dollar recovery effort in Louisiana in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina. In addition, Knights were on the ground with supplies in a matter of hours after Superstorm Sandy devastated the Eastern seaboard.
When Typhoon Haiyan struck central Philippines in late 2013, the Supreme Council approved $860,000 for humanitarian relief.
“When Father McGivney founded this organization in 1882, he did so with the intention of helping those most in need,” said Supreme Knight Carl Anderson. “Today we are happy to continue this legacy in numerous ways through our works of charity. But we honor this vision in a special way with our ministry to those affected by disaster. When our neighbors are left with nothing, Knights are among the first to rush in and help them get back on their feet.”

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