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Transforming profits into purpose.
As a not-for-profit company, we transform the dollars we make from the sale of life insurance, annuities, and retirement products into grants, scholarships, and programs that support the Catholic faith and volunteerism. This approach to community engagement sets Catholic United Financial apart and brings together our members, employees, and volunteers in a common bond that fuels the pursuit of our mission every day.
The programs available through the Member Engagement Department and other areas of Catholic United Financial allow us to strengthen communities in a five-state area. We provide resources to our members, parishes, Councils, and Parish Volunteer Teams to grow in faith and support religious education. According to the American Fraternal Alliance, fraternal benefit socieities like Catholic United provide billions of dollars back to the American public in the form of volunteer hours, grants, and scholarships. For more information on how Catholic United and others like us engage in your community, visit the Fraternals Give website.
Our giving network is made up of members, local volunteers, and Catholic United employees who have helped raise millions of dollars for the Catholic communities of the Upper Midwest. You may have seen our members and volunteers participating in community service events, organizing local fundraisers, or packing care kits at Gather4Good. Witnessing others volunteering, donating, and serving has a tendency to be contagious and you may be wondering how you can get involved. There are plenty of ways to partner with Catholic United Financial in giving back to religious education, Catholic parishes, and communities in your area and we are ready to help you do just that!
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