Giving to the Diocese of Sioux Falls

Catholic United Financial > Giving Network > Giving to the Diocese of Sioux Falls

Total: $2,367,345

Our Giving Network operates in the parishes of the Diocese of Sioux Falls to generate funds for Catholic education, and to support community-building activities. 
Volunteer team service activity in South Dakota

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The reason for, the model for, the example of our giving is truly the grace and sacrifice of Christ himself
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Contact our Member Engagement dept. to bring these grant and fundraising programs to your Catholic parish.

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Matching Grants $1,143,12348%

Matching Grants provide up to $1,000 in matching dollars for sponsored fundraisers that support religious education. Learn more.

Catholic Schools Raffle: $576,19524%

Since 2009, sole sponsor Catholic United has helped Catholic schools in Minnesota, North Dakota and South Dakota raise over $6 million. Learn more.

Member Assistance Program: $412,70717%

To help members in need, Catholic United Councils will host a benefit and raise money to help a member due to illness, accident, or military service. Learn more.

Post-High School Tuition Scholarships: $143,3006%

Catholic United awards scholarships to our members seeking undergraduate degrees, diplomas and job training certifications. Learn more.

Grants4Good and Legacy Programs: $41,8261.7%

Catholic United provides grants that enhance religious, family and service events in parishes and communities. Learn more…

MinisTREE: $29,4671.2%

Catholic United’s MinisTREE fundraises and recruits volunteers for parishes and schools at the same time by engaging volunteers in volunteer tasks and making donations for tasks completed. Learn more.

R.E.new Fund for Catholic Religious Education: $20,725.8%

Every new member who purchases a qualifying life insurance product can select a Catholic school or religious education program of their choice to receive a donation from Catholic United.