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We work hard to keep our overhead costs low so we can maximize the impact of every donation given to our ministry. Our team of financial supporters are a vital part of our ministry. Their generosity is critical to our ability to carry out our work and mission. Click the button below to give securely through Credit Card, PayPal, or Venmo.

If you prefer to mail your charitable donation, checks can be sent to Mercy Chefs at 711 Washington St, Portsmouth, VA 23704.

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Your donation, of any amount, will make a direct and immediate impact with Mercy Chefs. Simply select your donation type below and follow the prompts provided.

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Other Ways To Give

Give by Check

Gifts via check or money order may be donated by mail. Please make donations payable to “Mercy Chefs” with designations made on the memo line.
Mercy Chefs
711 Washington St
Portsmouth, VA 23704


Text the word CHEFS to 24365 to donate to Mercy Chefs directly from your mobile device.

Give by Phone

Call (757)-292-4264 to make a donation by phone. One of our Mercy Chefs team members will assist you and answer any questions you have about your gift.

Give by Direct Debit

To give directly via a bank account, go here.

Give in Honor of Someone

To honor or remember someone by making a gift in their name, go here.

Give by Stock or Wire Transfer

Please email info@mercychefs.com to be connected with a Mercy Chefs team member who can assist you with this gift.

Give on Behalf of an Organization

To give on behalf of an organization, go here.

All contributions designated for specific disasters shall be applied to those disasters, and we may assess up to 10 percent to be used for administering the gift. Occasionally, we receive more contributions for a given disaster than can be wisely applied to that disaster. When that happens, we use these funds to meet a similar pressing need.