Tag: philanthropy

At 25, CCF transforming from ‘money manager’ to its own philanthropic force for good

At 25, CCF transforming from ‘money manager’ to its own philanthropic force for good

| April 9, 2018 | 0 Comments

Now the nation’s largest Catholic community foundation, CCF works to build “a vibrant Catholic community” through their donors’ charity and its own grant-making to Catholic and non-Catholic causes.

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Holy Family High School receives $100,000 gift for STEAM program

Holy Family High School receives $100,000 gift for STEAM program

| November 21, 2017 | 0 Comments

Holy Family High School in Victoria received a $100,000  endowment from Strom Engineering in Minnetonka that it will use to help its science, technology, engineering, arts and mathematics (STEAM) program.

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Foundation’s forum series to address education, millennials, women’s poverty

Foundation’s forum series to address education, millennials, women’s poverty

| November 3, 2017 | 0 Comments

In devising the series, Miller said CCF took insights from its donors, who often ask about the community’s greatest needs and how they can respond to them with their time, talent and treasure.

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Financial adviser: Don’t wait to put a plan in place

Financial adviser: Don’t wait to put a plan in place

| March 8, 2017 | 0 Comments

John Tetzloff has served many people in his 20 years at St. Paul-based Catholic United Financial. As an advanced case specialist and trainer, he meets with about 100 families every year about estate planning and charitable giving. But one particular couple stands out in his mind.

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