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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.

We offer special gratitude to our donors, clergy, fellow non-profits and the community at large who are focused on helping those in need during this Lent like none other. We also offer our encouragement to all those involved with Dallas area Catholic schools who are helping make e-learning a positive experience for thousands of students and their families.

This week, we partnered with 14 other North Texas organizations to launch North Texas Cares. The new initiative supports one common grant application for agencies that work with people and communities most negatively affected by COVID-19. This single application process simplifies and streamlines the process for nonprofits seeking emergency funds.

Applications are accepted on a rolling basis and evaluated weekly, and decisions will be made throughout the crisis period to facilitate the urgent need for funding against evolving community need. You can obtain additional information about North Texas Cares at www.northtexascares.org.

The Catholic Foundation team will continue working diligently to ensure the work at the Foundation is not interrupted. We’re easy to reach through all of our normal lines of communication. If you have questions or ideas about ways you want to help people and organizations in need, don’t hesitate to reach us. Also, please continue to check our website and social media channels for additional updates.

Whether together, or socially distanced, we form a strong foundation. In all we do, we’ll act with compassion to help our community feel a sense of community while working in a safe environment.

By faith, we know there are brighter days ahead for our society and we draw upon our merciful Lord to guide our decisions.

J. Matthew Kramer
President and CEO

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.

We offer special gratitude to our donors, clergy, fellow non-profits and the community at large who are focused on helping those in need during this Lent like none other. We also offer our encouragement to all those involved with Dallas area Catholic schools who are helping make e-learning a positive experience for thousands of students and their families.

This week, we partnered with 14 other North Texas organizations to launch North Texas Cares. The new initiative supports one common grant application for agencies that work with people and communities most negatively affected by COVID-19. This single application process simplifies and streamlines the process for nonprofits seeking emergency funds.

Applications are accepted on a rolling basis and evaluated weekly, and decisions will be made throughout the crisis period to facilitate the urgent need for funding against evolving community need. You can obtain additional information about North Texas Cares at www.northtexascares.org.

The Catholic Foundation team will continue working diligently to ensure the work at the Foundation is not interrupted. We’re easy to reach through all of our normal lines of communication. If you have questions or ideas about ways you want to help people and organizations in need, don’t hesitate to reach us. Also, please continue to check our website and social media channels for additional updates.

Whether together, or socially distanced, we form a strong foundation. In all we do, we’ll act with compassion to help our community feel a sense of community while working in a safe environment.

By faith, we know there are brighter days ahead for our society and we draw upon our merciful Lord to guide our decisions.

J. Matthew Kramer
President and CEO



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