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Long-term Relationships Influence Catholic Foundation Success

We mailed our newsletter, The Good Word, last month before the shelter in place guidelines dominated headlines.
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2021 Catholic Foundation Award Nomination Form

Years ago, The Catholic Foundation chose to recognize outstanding people who had gone far beyond the call to service in giving time and energy for the welfare of our brothers and sisters in Christ. Since its inception, The Catholic Foundation Award has claimed the distinction of being the preeminent and most recognized annual award given to an outstanding member of the Dallas Catholic community.

Proud Broadcast Sponsor of Televised Sunday Mass in North Texas

We're pleased to continue as broadcast sponsor of all April Sunday's 11 a.m. televised Mass on Dallas/Fort Worth's FOX4 that's replayed at noon on KDFI Ch. 27 or 7 (check your video service provider for which channel is yours).

Good News On Good Friday

Thanks to our donors past and present, The Catholic Foundation is in a position to respond to the needs of the Catholic Diocese of Dallas, our faith community and the community-at-large. Our work has not been interrupted by social distancing, and we remain committed to serving our donors and the Dallas-area community with compassion in a way that helps us remain connected as a community. We’re working safely from home, and remain available for you as always.

28 Churches, Schools and Non-Profits Receive $1.1 Million in Spring Grants

The Catholic Foundation awarded $1,186,250 in grants to 28 Dallas-area Catholic churches and schools and non-profit community organizations as part of its spring grants distribution. Approved prior to the COVID-19 pandemic, the grants are funded through The Catholic Foundation’s unrestricted Philanthropy Fund and other legacy field of interest funds.

The Good News Amid The COVID-19 Pandemic

As we shelter in place as a society, our president and CEO Matt Kramer offers good news about millions of dollars in grants that are being provided to Dallas-area Catholic churches and schools and other non-profit organizations.
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Together, Or Socially Distanced, We Form A Strong Foundation

The Catholic Foundation remains very active, safely working from our homes, as we support the charitable passion of our donors and help those impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.

North Texas Cares

As North Texans, we have overcome many difficult situations together over the years including natural disasters, man-made disasters and economic emergencies. However, we’ve never encountered anything quite like the health emergency we face today.

Processing Grant Requests and Contributions

The Catholic Foundation continues working remotely to serve you, our donors, and our community. Please submit any request via Donor Link, or via email to

Investment Decisions in a Volatile Market

We rely on the strength of our Board of Trustee approved investment policy, the oversight of our investment committee and the expertise of our professional investment counsel, LCG Associates, Atlanta, to help us navigate these challenging times.