In these exceptional times of need, there is a beacon of hope in the Greater Los Angeles landscape.
Since the beginning of 2020 — while many other foundations and nonprofits have struggled in the midst of the coronavirus — the Catholic Community Foundation of Los Angeles has granted out $6.5 million in support of education, ministries, and social services.
“During a social and economic crisis, philanthropy is more important than ever,” said Kathleen Anderson, CCF-LA’s president and executive director. “The fact that we have made grants during this crisis, and urged our clients to make grants, is what we are about. Our clients and beneficiary charities are the saints and the stars of what we do.”