Dear clients and friends,
One of the fundamental purposes of CCF-LA is to connect people of like minds to build philanthropy that sustains the mission of our local Church and those charities that are aligned with us.
Our local Church is all about people
—those that teach our children, those that lead civic and business operations, those that minister to the sick and dying, those that protect us, those that build up sacramental life though the parishes and, of course, the religious communities and ministries that serve all regardless of faith.
These past few weeks, our personal and professional lives have changed in more ways than we could have imagined—from the way we interact with our families using remote technology and virtual hugs to the way we handle our business in much the same way. But this is our new norm for the foreseeable future.
Now, more than ever, it is our Christian responsibility to be philanthropic people and support the ministries that are vital to sustaining our local Church.
Philanthropists come in all ages, economic means, and nationalities. Think about how you can be a philanthropist in these trying times of isolation by supporting your parish, favorite charity, local school, community food bank, senior healthcare center, and more.
President and Executive Director