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The Catholic Foundation's Annual Investors Meeting

The Catholic Foundation's Annual Investors Meeting

The board of directors of the Catholic Foundation of Northwest Pennsylvania is hosting its first annual meeting of investors on November 4, 2020 from 4:00 PM - 5:00 PM. This zoom meeting is designed for administrators of organizations which hold endowments with the Foundation, their finance councils, finance staff, board members and others with interest in endowment building.

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Safe and Secure with Help from #iGiveCatholic

Safe and Secure with Help from #iGiveCatholic

In service to the Catholic community in northwest Pennsylvania, the Catholic Foundation is again facilitating the annual #IGiveCatholic giving day campaign in the Diocese of Erie on #GivingTuesday, December 1. Learn how Saint James Parish benefited from participating in #iGiveCatholic last year.

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Lighting the Way into the Future

Lighting the Way into the Future

With gratitude to all who have supported the mission of the Catholic Foundation of Northwest Pennsylvania, we are pleased to share this annual report for 2019.

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Catholic Foundation Receives $1.27M Endowment Bequest

Catholic Foundation Receives $1.27M Endowment Bequest

The Catholic Foundation has announced its largest gift received from an individual in its history: a $1.27 million dollar bequest from the estate of Msgr. Salvatore Mitchell to enhance the education endowment he established during his lifetime. Funds exclusively support tuition assistance for Kennedy Catholic High School students.

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New Endowment Makes its First Distribution

New Endowment Makes its First Distribution

The Dr. Howard R. Ferguson, Jr. Scholarship Endowment, which supports tuition assistance to the students attending Saint Joseph Catholic School located in Warren, has made its first distribution.

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#iGiveCatholic

#iGiveCatholic

#iGiveCatholic was mobilized in March 2020 as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic to accept donations for parishes, schools and Catholic ministries facing increased costs. It will remain open to accept donations through June 30.

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In Appreciation

In Appreciation

In appreciation of our priests in the diocese who have risen to the pastoral challenge of the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Thank You Wednesday

Thank You Wednesday

#GivingTuesdayNow was a global day of giving that took place on May 5, 2020 as an emergency response to the unprecedented need caused by COVID-19. Thank you to all who joined in!

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