Stories of Giving: Empowering Catholic Education

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Learn how two endowment funds dedicated to Catholic education are making a difference in young Catholic students’ lives.

Catholic schools play a vital role in the development of children and the community, and establishing an endowment fund can help our schools and students succeed. By establishing an endowment fund benefitting Catholic education, you leave a legacy beyond your lifetime. The children who are able to attend Catholic schools because of your gift will have a better chance of being successful in their faith, lives, and careers — and will leave legacies of their own.

Learn how two endowment funds are making a difference in young Catholic students’ lives.

The Alfred and Rose Sorbello Memorial Endowment Fund

Children with learning disabilities can face daunting challenges, and Dr. Alfred Sorbello witnessed this firsthand as his niece navigated these difficulties. In response, Dr. Sorbello established a memorial endowment fund designed to help students with mild to moderate learning disabilities realize their full potential.

Learn more about the Sorbellos’ fund.

The Bill and Lisa Stromberg Endowment for Tuition Assistance and Seminarian Education

With a desire to give back to the Catholic community, Bill and Lisa Stromberg decided that the best investment they could make was in Catholic education. By establishing a tuition assistance fund, they support a school that develops young people from both a learning and spiritual perspective.

Learn more about the Strombergs’ fund.

By leaving a gift dedicated to Catholic education, you can benefit young students for generations to come. Learn more about establishing a fund and leaving a legacy. Or, if you would like to speak with someone about your gift, contact us.

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