In the month of March, the CSAF paid out over $1.8 million to the Designated Ministries, including: Critical funding to the St. Vincent de Paul Society and Catholic Charities, providing needed food and shelter to an increasing number of neighbors in need. Vital financial support to pro-life services supporting women and families and saving lives […]Read More
Your CSAF Dollars at Work
Your gifts make a difference! Through your generous gifts, you are providing hope and support to those who are most in need. Thousands of people benefit each year from the CSAF. Please take some time to read a few of the stories that represent just a fraction of the people that you help every day.
Change is stressful …but Growth is a Gift! During this unique time, the CSAF invites you to join us in focusing on the positive. Let’s share the good we see happening in our families, our communities and our world! How are people you know serving the poor, supporting life and strengthening the Faith? Share your […]Read More
Unprecedented times call for unprecedented action – and the Designated Ministries of the CSAF are stepping up! Catholic Schools throughout the Archdiocese are finding new and creative ways to nourish students mind, body and soul. Blessed Trinity Catholic School in Richfield compiled for families a comprehensive list of resources ranging from locations for free meals and grocery […]Read More
During this difficult time, the Catholic Services Appeal Foundation (CSAF) continues to keep in prayer all those struggling with Covid-19. As situations change rapidly, the CSAF is processing gifts on a daily basis and providing much-needed funding to the Designated Ministries in a timely manner. Now more than ever, the Designated Ministries of the CSAF […]Read More
“I had my abortion at [the] young age of 16,” shares Rachel’s Vineyard-Twin Cities retreat participant Victoria. “It’s not just something that you do and move on with your life. I tried that….From the outside, it looked like my life was normal, but inside there were places that I couldn’t go to in the city […]Read More