Funds We Manage

Agency Funds are for those who entrust CCF-LA to manage their endowment accounts while they retain all the benefits of ownership. Grants are not made from these funds but rather their growth through investment is used for the edification of the fund holder.

The Association for the Beautification and Canonization of Fr. Aloysius Ellecuria, CMF, Fund

The association was founded in 2013 “so that Fr. Aloysius become a motivation for greater holiness.” Fr. Aloysius worked for decades in the Los Angeles region, and, according to his former secretary, Fr. Manion, “Our Lord gave him the gift of miracles to lead people to the love of God, and as such lay people and clerics, religious and even bishops, sought his counsel and his prayers.” This fund will help support the tribunal process.

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Cathedral High School

Cathedral High School is a Lasallian college preparatory school founded in 1925 and dedicated to the mission “Enter to Learn, Leave to Serve.” The school provides human, religious, and academic education to young men, especially those from economically poor families in the Los Angeles area. In recent years, the school has experienced record levels of enrollment with more than 90 percent requiring financial aid. Donations to the school’s endowment fund can be made here.

Cathedral of Our Lady of the Angels

When the City of Los Angeles condemned St. Vibiana’s Cathedral in 1996, the Archdiocese of Los Angeles was left without a cathedral church. However, by the end of the year a new site on the old Bunker Hill was announced, and on September 2, 2002, the Cathedral of Our Lady of the Angels was blessed and dedicated. Located between the Civic Center and the cultural center of the city, the cathedral embraces both and enriches the entire downtown community as it serves more than 5 million Catholics.

Catholic Charities of Los Angeles

Catholic Charities of Los Angeles is the social service arm of the Archdiocese of Los Angeles, providing relief services to the poor and homeless including food pantries, elder care, refugee resettlement, youth employment, low-income preschools, and more. Catholic Charities of LA covers a geographic area that includes Santa Barbara, Ventura, and Los Angeles counties, operating 22 community centers and seven homeless shelters that serve anyone in need regardless of race, ethnicity, gender, age, or religious belief.

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Catholic Education Foundation

The mission of the Catholic Education Foundation is to provide tuition assistance to the most financially deserving students attending Catholic elementary and high schools within the Archdiocese of Los Angeles. Since its inception in 1987, CEF has provided over 165,000 tuition awards through its Tuition Awards Program, which provides $ 1,000 per student in elementary schools and $ 2,000 per student in high schools.

Eparchy of Our Lady of Lebanon

The Eparchy of Our Lady of Lebanon of Los Angeles is an Eastern-Catholic Maronite Diocese that is based in St. Louis, Missouri, and serves Maronite Catholics from California to Ohio. It was officially formed on March 1, 1991. The Maronite Church has ancient roots going back to the Apostles through the Patriarchate of Antioch where “we were first called Christians” (Acts 11:26). Today, the church’s patriarch resides in Lebanon. The Maronite Church has always been in communion with the pope of Rome.

Order of St. Gregory Fund for the Exclusive Benefit of the Cardinal Timothy Manning House of Prayer for Priests

Set in the Los Feliz area of Los Angeles, the House of Prayer for Priests offers priests a respite from daily ministerial activity. The setting of quiet and simple beauty and three chapels are suitable to their purpose: fostering a priest’s prayer life, inner freedom, rest, and reflection. Established by the Archdiocese of Los Angeles in 1975, accommodations and meals are available to any priest or priest support group. A full staff of priests is available for spiritual direction, sacramental reconciliation, and retreats.

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St. Francis Center

Since 1972, St. Francis Center has provided relief and support to homeless and extremely low-income individuals and families in Los Angeles. Much more than a soup kitchen or food pantry, it offers a unique range of services to sustain and empower those in need. Welcoming all with joy, dignity, and compassion, the staff at St. Francis dedicates themselves every day to “Serving Hope” in the Los Angeles community.

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St. James School Education Foundation

St. James Catholic School in Torrance, California, is a K–8 school with an enrollment of over 300 students. The staff of St. James is committed to excellence in Catholic education and assisting parents as the primary educators of their children. The mission of the school includes five distinct goals—religious development, academic achievement, commitment to community service, personal and social development, as well as physical and cultural development. Donations to the St. James Education Foundation can be made on the school’s website, www.stjamesweb.com.

St. John’s Seminary

Located in Camarillo within the Archdiocese of Los Angeles, St. John’s Seminary is dedicated to preparing candidates for service as Roman Catholic priests by assisting them to grow as disciples of Jesus Christ; discern the vocation to which God calls them; root themselves in Word and Sacrament and the Church’s theological tradition; integrate the spiritual, human, intellectual, and pastoral dimensions of their lives; and develop skills for ministry, leadership, and evangelization in a culturally diverse Church.