Amazon Wishlist and AmazonSmile

Help end hunger and poverty – anytime, anyplace!

Keep reading to see how shopping from Amazon, can directly support Catholic Charities of Kansas City- St. Joseph.

You can help us further our mission to serve and to lift, just by everyday Amazon purchases or feed the hungry from the click of a button.

Amazon Wishlist

For Corporal Acts of Mercy at your fingertips, we have created an Amazon Wishlist that supports our two Serve and Lift Center Food Pantries. Items purchased from the list are mailed to us and then go directly to those in need within our 27- county service area.

For maximum donation, consider purchasing from our AmazonSmile.

Still want to help more? Consider hosting a Food Drive.


AmazonSmile – Catholic Charities receives 0.5% of your purchases

Instead of simply shopping at Amazon, use Amazon’s AmazonSmile website. AmazonSmile functions the exact same as the Amazon site, but when you shop using this mirror of the Amazon site, the AmazonSmile Foundation will donate 0.5% of the purchase price of eligible products to Catholic Charities. To get to AmazonSmile select Catholic Charities of Kansas City- St. Joseph using this link.

Instructions for enrolling in AmazonSmile:

  • Type into your browser.
  • Log in (or register if you do not already have a regular Amazon account).
  • Once logged in, you will be prompted to choose the charity to benefit from your shopping.
  • Type Catholic Charities of Kansas City- St. Joseph
    Shop to your heart’s content!

NOTE: Bookmark Logging into the site this way is how CCKCSJ will benefit from your purchases. (Alternately, you will be prompted to switch over to the Amazon Smile site every time you log in to and have chosen a charity.

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