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The Cappella Oratoriana Fund solely supports the Cappella Oratoriana, which is based at the Brooklyn Oratory of St. Philip Neri. The Cappella Oratoriana is an ensemble of singers specializing in the performance of the important but neglected body of music associated with the Oratories in the 16th and 17th centuries. Its repertoire includes sacred music that led to the development of the early oratorio.

The Fund aims to support all activities directed to spread the knowledge of the extraordinary lifelong music production of Maestro Cardinal Domenico Bartolucci (1917-2013), great conductor of the Sistine Chapel Choir and a paramount composer of sacred music and operas of top tier artistic quality, by which he maintained and renewed the priceless music tradition of the Catholic Church as a means of expression and diffusion of the Faith and of the creativity of the human spirit. The Fund supports charitable entities and institutions with this purpose. Additionally, the Fund supports parish churches and religious and lay institutions and charitable entities dedicated to the teaching, awareness, and knowledge of sacred music through programs, activities, and initiatives of any kind.

This Fund was established by individuals who have great passion for addressing the root causes of poverty in the United States. These individuals have created this Fund also to strengthen the families by job creation, affordable housing, improved living conditions, etc. They hope you, too would join the team.


The Caribbean Catholic Bishop’s Fund is designed to assist the Bishops in carrying out their multiple common activities for the spiritual, educational and human development of the people in the many lands they serve.



Caritas lnternationalis is the official humanitarian and development organization of the Catholic Church. The confederation of over 160 national Caritas organizations, including Catholic Relief Services, Catholic Charities USA and Development & Peace (Caritas Canada), is dedicated to the promotion of charity and justice and the service of the poor, regardless of race or religion.

Inspired by Gospel values, Caritas organizations help the Church respond to humanitarian disasters, promote integral human development and advocate on the causes of poverty and violence.

Caritas national members range from small entities to some of the world’s largest social, humanitarian and development organizations. Combined, they have over a million staff and volunteers.

Caritas Internationalis has a General Secretariat in Rome, which coordinates the confederation’s response to major humanitarian emergencies, supports members and advocates with them for a better world, based on justice, compassion and fraternity.

Caritas Internationalis also has delegations representing the confederation at the United Nations in New York and Geneva. The Caritas delegations work with other international institutions and nongovernmental organizations, in close association with the Permanent Missions of the Holy See.

Caritas Internationalis is made up of seven regions: Africa, Asia, Europe, Latin America and the Caribbean, the Middle East and North Africa, North America and Oceania.

You can follow Caritas on Twitter and on Facebook.

If you want to find out more about how Caritas works and its history, please visit our website.

This Fund was established by individuals who have great passion for addressing the root causes of poverty in the United States. These individuals have created this Fund also to strengthen the families by job creation, affordable housing, improved living conditions, etc. They hope you, too would join the team.

The Charles A. and Josephine R. Robinson Fund supports efforts that create, sustain or promote peace through reconciliation around the world. Its focus is on those efforts and activities involving the Catholic Church and the world community in which the Catholic Church thrives. During their many years together, Charles A. and Josephine R. Robinson promoted and supported many organizations that fostered peace through reconciliation throughout the world community. This memorial fund, initiated by their children, continues this aspiration of theirs.

The purpose of the Communal First Saturdays Fund is to assist the Communal First Saturdays, Inc. fulfill its mission.

At Fatima, Our Lady said, “If you do what I tell you, many souls will be saved, there will be peace.” Our Lady made known 2 special requests to bring this about. The 1st request has been fulfilled. The 2nd special request, namely, the First Saturdays, remains to be fulfilled.

The Communal First Saturdays provides a way of fulfilling Our Lady of Fatima’s request for the First Saturdays. The Communal First Saturdays apostolate helps to schedule in the parish and lead all four practices requested by Our Lady for the purpose of making reparation to her Immaculate Heart, which is primarily reparation to the Sacred Heart of Jesus. The First Saturdays in the communal form is a way of making it easier for each person to fulfill all of the practices of the First Saturdays and for a larger number of people to do so. Further, there is a greater power to our prayer and reparation when we join in prayer together publicly.  The communal form also makes it more possible to give visible witness that Our Lord and Our Lady’s request for the First Saturdays is being fulfilled.

The mission of the Communal First Saturdays apostolate is to propagate, establish, and sustain the Communal First Saturdays Liturgy and devotion, as described in The Communal First Saturdays book, in Catholic parishes, shrines, and other venues as a way of bringing about
the salvation of souls and world peace.

The Congregation of St. Joseph is a community of more than 700 vowed women religious dedicated to the love of God and neighbor, committed to sharing life together in community, and missioned to be a unifying, reconciling presence wherever we live and minister.  Our mission flows from the purpose for which the congregation exists: We live and work that all people may be united with God and with one another. It is rooted in the mission of Christ, the same mission which continually unfolds in His church, “That all may be one as You, Father, are in Me, and I in You; I pray that they may be one in Us.” (John 17:21)  Responding to the unmet needs in our church and world, we serve in education, healthcare, pastoral and parish ministry, social work, spiritual care and faith development, and in other ministries that respond to spiritual, social and physical needs.

Cross Catholic Outreach was founded in 2001 and is located in Boca Raton, Florida. Our mission is to serve the poorest of the poor worldwide. We are the first Catholic international ministry to receive canonical status and official approval by the Pontifical Council Cor Unum.

Last year, we provided nearly $230 million in grants-in-aid and goods distributed to the poor in about 40 countries – for food, water, orphans, housing, education, medical, self-help, shipping and disaster relief. We deliver aid through dioceses, parishes and Catholic missionaries, cost-effectively helping the poor break the cycle of poverty, while advancing Catholic evangelization.

Rather than create new institutions to distribute aid, we support existing ministries and churches already serving the poor. In addition to being the most cost-effective way of helping the poor, empowering these ministries allows us to support the Church’s spiritual mission and its important position of leadership in poor communities.

We consider every gift we receive as a precious resource from God. We direct every donation to its intended project, provide honest and accurate reports to our donors, and keep overhead cost to an industry low of about five percent. We handle funds with utmost integrity, and hold our mission partners in the field to the same high standards, by requiring them to document their costs and the impact of their outreach.

For more information about Cross Catholic Outreach, please visit our website at or contact William Fenton, Director of Gift Planning, at or 800-914-2420, extension 239.

A family charitable trust established by Kevin J. and Roseanita C. Iepson to help organizations involved in the protection of human life from conception to natural death; the proclamation of the gospel and the call to conversion; meeting the immediate material needs of the poor, the disabled, and those suffering from mental, physical , psychological, and emotional challenges, including those related to addictions of any kind.

The Dr. William FX and Roseanita S. Coffey Family Fund is committed to helping, but not limited to, the following organization that were and are important to Dr. William F.X. and Roseanita S. Coffey:

West Catholic High School—Where Mom and Dad met, this school is still faithfully served by the Christian Brothers who are committed to giving a Catholic education to youth in the city.

St. Charles Borromeo Seminary—Where Bill and Roseanita’s son, Fr. Joseph L. Coffey studied for the priesthood.

The Society of St. Edmund, arrived in Selma on July 6, 1937 to minister to the poor in the Deep South, in response to an appeal and invitation from Pope Pius XI. The poverty encountered, by Missions founder Father Casey,SSE,  who gave us our motto: “Do the best we can, with what little we have, to serve those most in need.”  began what is today known as the Edmundite Southern Missions.  Responding to the abject poverty Fr. Casey commenced outreach ministries to the poor.    Fr. Casey appealed for help throughout the United States to support basic lifesaving services to the poor and forgotten.  Today the Edmundite Southern Mission continues this important work rooted in the Gospel of Jesus Christ,   and stands side-by-side with poor children, families and elders as we feed the hungry, clothe the needy, shelter the homeless and educate God’s people to break the yoke of poverty in the Deep South.

This Donor-Designated Fund is used to support the campus ministry activities at Florida Institute of Technology in Melbourne, Florida. Florida Tech is a non-denominational private university. The campus chapel houses the Catholic campus minister whose salary, benefits and expenses are supported by this Fund.

The Friends of the Lay Centre Fund helps support the mission of the Lay Centre at Foyer Unitas Institute in Rome which is to (i) provide a home in community with spiritual formation for lay students from all over the world pursuing degrees at pontifical universities in Rome; (ii) be a living witness to the Church’s vision of promoting Christian unity and interreligious dialogue; (iii) help lay people develop a spirituality which integrates faith with their daily lives; and (iv) promote the lay vocation and mission in the Church and in the world through lectures, study weeks, pilgrimages and like events.

Distributions from this Fund is to support the Catholic schools within the Diocese of San Francisco. It is hoped that donors would be interested in contributing to this Fund and the future of Catholic education.

The Fund for the Children of Sacred Heart was created by the friends of Sacred Heart Parish in Camden, N.J. It benefits the parish school, located in one of the poorest neighborhoods of one of America’s poorest cities. More than 300 children attend, each supported by benefactors worldwide. The fund hopes to allow the school some financial security.

A donor-advised fund, the Greenman-Chambers International Project Fund was established by Antonia Greenman Chambers, an attorney who has devoted many years of her life to public service, much of it in the international arena. Its aim is to help fund projects in impoverished countries which enable people to rise out of poverty, become self-sufficient, and provide for their families. The Fund is dedicated to the belief that we all have a sacred calling: in some way, however small, to leave this world a better place than we found it. To each light even one candle, rather than “curse the darkness,” we will find that “the glow from that fire will truly light the world.”

The International Catholic Migration Commission (ICMC) Fund is established to support the mission of ICMC which is to protect and serve uprooted people including refugees, asylum seekers, internally displaced people, victims of human trafficking, and migrants – regardless of faith, race, ethnicity or nationality.

Serving vulnerable populations fleeing violence and persecution such as those fleeing Syria, Burma, Afghanistan and Central America, ICMC implements needs-first and right-based approaches, so as to prioritize assistance to the most vulnerable people in need of protection. We continuously work to restore the dignity of uprooted people and inspire long-lasting change. In pursuing these goals, we make sure that all our programs and activities comply with core humanitarian standards, principles of good governance, and Catholic social teachings.

Inception Date: June 1951

The Ladysmith Servite Sisters are a diocesan religious institute founded in 1912 in Ladysmith, Wisconsin. They share in the charism and mission of the international Servite Order. The Ladysmith Servite Sisters Fund exists to continue the Sisters’ ministry by providing assistance for human and societal needs, with emphasis on women, children, families, education, health care, and social services.

Distributions from this Fund support the Catholic causes within the Diocese of Mandeville Jamaica.

The Mandeville Retirement Fund supports retired priests who served in the Caribbean Third World Countries. The Fund was created in order to provide a vehicle for people to contribute toward supporting dedicated retired priests, particularly those who have served in the Diocese of Mandeville, Jamaica who have labored among the poorest of God’s people.

The Marian and George Creel Family Fund supports those organizations which: practice and demonstrate fidelity to the Roman Catholic Church; advocate and support the respect for life from unborn to aged; and, support Christian family development and natural family planning.

While the goal of every true evangelizer is not to raise funds but rather to win hearts, friends of the Church’s initiatives that support life, marriage and family have worked with the National Catholic Community Foundation to establish an effective support vehicle for this work, the Nazareth Initiatives Fund.

Why that name?

Throughout history, we see that the family is where life is most sacred, and that every family is influenced by its environment, where it lives, who its friends and neighbors are, what are the surroundings that create its memories. For the Holy Family, Jesus, Mary and Joseph, that history and that place was Nazareth. It is where Mary and Joseph watched over Jesus and where He grew in wisdom, age and grace before God and man. For 30 years, Nazareth was everything for Jesus, it was His home, it took care of Him.

One etymology of the word Nazareth is that it is a place that “watches over” life, takes care of it. Likewise, every disciple of Jesus must “watch over” Him, grow closer to Him and bring others to Him as well. As disciples, we must be like Nazareth, the place where Jesus becomes visible to the world, and the structure that allows Him to bring salvation to the world. “Nazareth” is every disciple’s home town and every disciple’s vocation as well. That is why the Nazareth Initiatives Fund helps make discipleship possible, particularly as regards life and families, and has Jesus’ home town as the model for its initiatives.

To support educational, charitable, spiritual and church-building activities with particular reference to Africa and Asia.  Patrick belongs to the Catholic Archdiocese of Tabora, Tanzania, and is an Oblate of the Norbertine Community of New Mexico.

To provide hospitality, hope, and healing to those impacted by violence and incarceration.  Through a restorative justice philosophy, we work toward reconciliation.

This fund has been established in the name of Frank and Alberta Radencic and is known as the Radencic Family Fund. It is through the hard work and generosity of my parents that this fund has been made possible. My parents left a legacy and example of giving to support others. They did it with their time, their talent and their treasure. Their support came in monetary form and in the time and assistance they gave to their church, their family and friends, to Catholic educational institutions, and Catholic Charities. In like manner, this Fund is designated to help efforts to improve and sustain Catholic Education, to support efforts to assist working poor women seeking to raise themselves out of poverty and into self-sufficiency and self-esteem, and efforts to care for poor children through orphanages, foster care, adoption, education and health care.

The Roundtable Association of Catholic Diocesan Social Action Directors Fund supports diocesan social action directors and parish social ministers seeking to fulfill the Catholic Church’s social mission across the country.  The fund promotes the social teachings of the Catholic Church by developing passionate diocesan leaders for systemic change in accordance with our Catholic values.

Distributions from this Fund support St. Peter the Fisherman Catholic Church in Mountain Home, AR.

Called by God and passionate for the mission of Jesus, the Sisters of St. Joseph Carondelet come together to serve all persons. With a distinctive spirit of hospitality and a particular concern for the poor, the sisters witness to the Gospel by being a unifying and reconciling presence to a world in need.

The Sisters of the Living Word are a community of 50+ vowed women religious focused on reflecting and affirming the Living Word of God in situations where the Word needs to be spoken and reflected. We especially minister to those who are oppressed in various ways, bringing new life. Responding to urgent needs of our times we serve in education, pastoral and parish ministries, healing ministries, spiritual care and faith development, and social service ministries. We likewise devote energy to advocacy for immigrants and refugees, the homeless, victims of human trafficking and the care of the earth. Our congregation was founded in 1975, as a diocesan congregation in the Archdiocese of Chicago, with Sister Annamarie Cook named as Foundress. We currently live and minister in the Midwest and South (Illinois, Louisiana, Minnesota, Florida, and Missouri). Your investment in the Sisters of the Living Word sustains our ministries, cares for our elderly sisters, and continues our mission in works of justice and peace.

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This fund is to establish “The Saint Gianna and Pietro Molla International Center for Family and Life” in the United States of America, to give glory and honor to God through devotion to Saint Gianna Beretta Molla and her saintly husband Pietro, spreading the knowledge and practice of their spirituality of marriage and family.

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To raise awareness, develop effective infrastructures of communication, research, collaboration and to open doors of knowledge that help overcome the barriers that inhibit the Churches of the East and the West from “breathing with two lungs.”

The Marian and George Creel Family Fund supports those organizations which: practice and demonstrate fidelity to the Roman Catholic Church; advocate and support the respect for life from unborn to aged; and, support Christian family development and natural family planning.

“God blessed our family with our daughter Mary Coppa Coffey for just over two years. What an incredible blessing she was and continues to be for us. Many have told us that in her short life, Mary helped bring them back to greater prayer and closeness to God than some do in a lifetime. With our Fund in her memory at NCCF, we hope to help families attend the Regina Academies which are committed to renewing Catholic classical education, and provide assistance to the Cardiac Care floor (2B and CICU) at AI DuPont Hospital in Wilmington, DE. At DuPont, our 2B and CICU nurses and doctors who cared for Mary as if she were their own daughter, became part of our family. We will forever be grateful.”

The Tomorrow’s Leaders Fund supports projects providing basic education and health care to impoverished children and their families. Most, but not all, grantee organizations will be in developing nations. In many cases, the recipient organizations are known to the fund advisor personally through work he has done with schools or hospitals sponsored by Catholic religious orders in sub-Saharan Africa, Central America, or India. Grants will only be awarded for projects that provide services on a nondiscriminatory basis to individuals of all faiths. The fund advisor welcomes additional contributions to this fund to join him in the vital work of helping poor children become tomorrow’s healthy, well-educated leaders.

The Missionary Servants of the Most Holy Trinity, popularly known as Trinity Missions, is a Catholic order of priests and Brothers with missions in the U.S., Mexico, Puerto Rico, Costa Rica, Colombia and Honduras. Our mission is to preserve the faith in areas and among people who are spiritually abandoned, especially the poor. Our chief effort is to develop a missionary spirit in the laity.

Established by Thomas H. Groome and Colleen M. Griffith, the Vatican II Education for Ministry Fund supports education for Catholic ministry in the spirit of the Second Vatican Council and with favor for preparing lay leadership.

The Wordnet Productions Fund solely supports the Catholic television-programming network, Wordnet, Inc. in California. Founded in 1972 by Father Michael Manning of the Society of the Divine Word, Wordnet Productions uses television and video creatively to proclaim the Word of God. The Word in the World is broadcast around the world on the Trinity and Armed Services Broadcasting Networks, on their Web site (, and across the U.S. on several Catholic cable networks, making God’s Word available weekly in over 200 million households. Wordnet Productions encourages people to embrace the transforming power of the Gospel as bridge builders within the family, the community, and the world. Wordnet Productions presents God’s love in the form of Catholic perspectives, values, practices, and beliefs, grounded in scripture and tradition, and leads viewers through discussion, conversation, and application to a mature personal relationship with Jesus.
Philanthropy is a ministry. And like all ministries, it enriches both the giver and the receiver. 

This belief motivated our co-founders to create NCCF, and it is for this reason that NCCF offers individuals an array of services to help them become more effectively engaged in philanthropy.