Catholic Faithful Response Fund for COVID-19 Fund

About This Fund

Managed by the Foundation's Grant and Impact Committee, the Catholic Faithful Response Fund makes weekly grants to community-based organizations that are working on the frontlines to support our most vulnerable communities. We know that community needs are shifting daily as a result of these unprecedented times and are closely working with local organizations to monitor where the need is greatest. We will continue to review requests that come in and will make weekly distributions of various amounts to organizations.

Our committee will prioritize grant requests focused on providing the most immediate and critical food and emergency relief to the most marginalized populations in our community. Ministries and social service centers in the area are stretched on staffing resources and are in need of our support. Vulnerable and marginalized people who were already at risk are facing even further insecurity. Your donations to this emergency funding campaign support ministries, schools and parishes, allowing them to increase their services to meet basic human needs and address unexpected financial hardships.

About The Host Organization

The Catholic Foundation of Michigan inspires charitable giving and assists donors in providing for the long-term needs of the Catholic parishes, schools, ministries, and nonprofit organizations of southeast Michigan. With your help, the Catholic Foundation of Michigan is building the framework to support a thriving Catholic community in southeast Michigan long into the future. By inspiring faith-filled charitable giving and managing assets to provide perpetual funding to Catholic schools, parishes, and ministries, we work in partnership with generous donors to make a lasting and meaningful impact with their gifts.

Host Organization

Catholic Foundation of Michigan

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  • EIN: 81-4107324
  • catholicfoundationmichigan.org/
  • Location: Bloomfield Township, MI, United States
  • Category: Diseases and Cures, North America, Religion, COVID-19