Dear Friends of CCF, At the Catholic Community Foundation of Minnesota (CCF), we share the sentiments of Pope Francis that God is a God of peace and not of war, the father of all and not only of some. God wants us to be brothers, not enemies. As we bear witness to the violence unfolding in Ukraine, we’re deeply moved […]
Candido Palomarez is a husband, father, and coach. As a Family CFO at Candido, Inc., he takes a holistic approach to coaching clients in wealth management. He specializes in Christian business owners, private school families, widows, and high earners. Candido and his family are parishioners at the Church of St. Anne in Hamel. Below, he highlights why you may want to consider using IRA required minimum distributions for your charitable giving.
It’s hard to believe that the staff of the Catholic Community Foundation of Minnesota (CCF) has worked remotely for more than 18 months now. We’ve experienced profound changes since we last sat around our boardroom table together — as individuals, as a team, and as a community.
Although so much has changed externally, what drives us internally at CCF remains the same. I often call it our “secret sauce.” You can’t see it, but it’s what sets us apart: our mission and values. This part of our work — why and how we do it — is our living legacy.
Fiscal year 2021 was monumental for the Catholic Community Foundation of Minnesota (CCF). With asset growth of $123 million, CCF now manages more than $500 million in assets.
Did you know that the key provisions of the March 2020 CARES Act — Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act — were extended through 2021? The Consolidated Appropriations Act, 2021, built upon the large economic relief bill which included a variety of provisions to help individuals, families, and small businesses manage financial hardships.