News From CCF-LA | September 17, 2020
Today, oh God, we lift to you all first responders,
all those who rush in at times of tragedy or crisis.
Please protect them. Sustain them.
And grant peace of heart to all who worry about them.
Investment Results From CCF-LA
CCF-LA can help you plan your philanthropic legacy
Here at the Catholic Community Foundation of Los Angeles, we’ve seen a renewed interest in clients looking to establish a philanthropic legacy after they’re gone—and they’re not alone. Many professional financial and estate advisers across the country have noticed an uptick in those wishing to get their affairs in order. There’s no time like the present to think about this important topic, and at CCF-LA we’re here to help answer your questions. Click here to learn more.
Voices of CCF-LA
CCF-LA Beneficiary St. Joseph School Holds Ribbon-Cutting Ceremony
CCF-LA Development Assistant Bernadette Guerrero wrote about how "inspiring it was to witness the joy and beauty of the Holy Spirit at work that will continue to touch the lives of so many more to come." Read more here.

Our Craving for Connection
We are all looking for connection with other people and with God. CCF-LA Editor Louise Damberg reflects on our human need for relationship and connection during this time. Read more here.

CCF-LA Beneficiary Mater Dolorosa Retreat Center focused on "walking with God during difficult times"
Center Director Dr. Michael Cunningham, O.F.S., like so many other organizations, had to implement change quickly to ensure the continued ministry in this new, socially distanced situation. Read more here.

Mass on the Cathedral Plaza
Despite the record-breaking heat, CCF-LA Executive Director Kathy Anderson joined the Catholic Association of Latino Leaders for a mass with Archbishop Gomez, enjoying socially distanced fellowship and announcing their new campaign for Catholic schools. Read more here.
Opportunity awaits.... We are hiring!
Executive Assistantprovides executive-level administrative support to the President and Executive Director in a one-on-one working relationship within a team environment. See full description.

Senior Client Relationship Manager—This member of the development team will steward and build relationships with high-net-worth clients and prospects. Major gifts and/or financial-services experience preferred. See full description.
The Catholic Community Foundation of Los Angeles is committed to the prudent management of charitable investments to support the schools, parishes, and ministries that help our neighborhoods thrive in faith. To join our mission to teach and sustain Catholic philanthropy, please contact our Client Development team at (213) 426-1187 or via email.
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