Connecting Catholic Funders and Organizations
Grow Your Network, Quickly
The Catholic Funding Guide is an online tool for Catholic organizations and funders, enabling them to connect and build relationships with others who share their values.
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A Trusted Resource For Building Partnerships
History of Success
For more than 35 years, the Guide has helped thousands of organizations grow their network, meet their financial goals, and build partnerships.
Find Hidden Treasure
Many funders in the Guide are difficult to find anywhere else, including many that do not have websites.
Save Precious Time
With robust search filters, the Guide makes it easy for you to identify funders who may be a good match for your organization. Effortlessly search by geographic location, interest area, populations served, and more.
Search over 1,800 funders for those that share your mission. Thousands of organizations have successfully found funding partners, spanning a broad range of missions, sizes, and locations.
“The Catholic Funding Guide is a timely and insightful source of the country’s foundations and funders that support organizations that foster Catholic Social Teaching and programs that advance the mission. We at Catholic Charities of the Diocese of Santa Rosa find this a “go to” resource and appreciate the efforts the developers take to include timely updates and solid contact and funding opportunity logistics.”
Catholic Charities of Santa Rosa
“Access to the Catholic Funding Guide allows Catholic Community Foundation of Minnesota to provide alternate potential funding sources when we ourselves are unable to fund an organization with a purpose benefiting the Catholic community at large. It’s very easy to use.”
Meg Payne Nelson,
Catholic Community Foundation of Minnesota
Align With Resources That Align With You
For more than 35 years, the Catholic Funding Guide has connected thousands of Catholic organizations and institutions with funders such as private foundations, church-based grant programs, foundations sponsored by religious communities, and donor advised funds. The Guide is a project of FADICA (Foundations and Donors Interested in Catholic Activities), the leading philanthropic peer network serving as a catalyst for a vital Catholic Church, Catholic ministries, and the common good.