We are pleased to announce that Jimmy DiIorio has now joined the Catholic Foundation as our new Director of Development. Jimmy brings a wealth of experience to our mission, and his passion for the ministry of fundraising will surely bring many blessings to the people of our diocese, as well as to those who are willing to share their gifts for the good of the Church. Jimmy was born and raised in Pueblo where he currently resides with his wife, Heather and daughter, Harper. Please feel free to call Jimmy and discuss how you can start building your Catholic legacy today. Welcome Jimmy!

*SAFER-AT-HOME ORDER*

In cooperation with Governor Polis’ recommendation for non-essential workers to remain working from home, the staff of the Catholic Foundation will be working remotely. We will be monitoring emails and checking our phones. If you have concerns or need assistance, please leave a message with Steven Chargin, Executive Director, at 719.544.9861, ext. 1131, or Delores Montaño, ext. 1132. Thank you for your patience in these trying times. God bless and keep you.


Celebrating 25 Years of Serving the Diocese of Pueblo!

2020 marks the Catholic Foundation’s 25th anniversary. Thanks be to God! Over the past 25 years, the Catholic Foundation has awarded nearly $2,000,000 in grants throughout our vast diocese. Our outreach to the faithful extends from the far western mountains to the eastern plains of Colorado. The Catholic Foundation is honored to call itself The Giving Arm of the Diocese. We thank God for the opportunity to help, in whatever small way, those Catholic organizations within our borders as we follow the Little Way of St. Therese. We are ever grateful to our supporters who make our mission possible. Please consider a donation in honor of our 25th anniversary and help continue our legacy of giving for the next 25 years.

 

You Helped Us Meet Our Goal!!!

Thanks to an outpouring of support, the Catholic Foundation not only met but exceeded our $40,000 Matching Gift challenge! A substantial portion of these donations was used to fund the 2020 Grant Program. Despite these difficult and trying times, the Catholic Foundation was still able to award nearly $100,000 to 35 deserving Catholic parishes, schools and organizations. A listing of this year’s grants will be posted soon, so please visit our website again to review this information. May the Lord bless all who so generously responded to this special appeal.


Our Mission

In the spirit of Hope in the Gospel, and to continue the work of Jesus Christ,
the Catholic Diocese of Pueblo Foundation
promotes charitable giving,
manages entrusted resources
and disburses gifts throughout the Diocese.

 

Shop ONLINE and support the Catholic Foundation.
All you have to do is SHOP and CLICK.

Do you shop online? Do you want a portion of your purchase price to support charity? Who doesn’t? When shopping on Amazon, we encourage you to consider making your online Amazon purchases through AmazonSmile.

AmazonSmile is the same Amazon you know- the same products, the same prices, the same service. But when you shop through AmazonSmile, Amazon donates 0.5% of the eligible net purchase price to the public charitable organization you choose from their list. . . and we ask you to choose the Catholic Diocese of Pueblo Foundation Inc and help support Catholic parishes and organizations located in southern Colorado.

To ensure a portion of your shopping dollars helps the Catholic Foundation, simply go to:

  • smile.amazon.com
  • Create an account, or login with your Amazon.com credentials.
  • Under the Charity Lists, select Catholic Diocese of Pueblo Foundation Inc (if you have difficulty finding the Catholic Diocese of Pueblo Foundation Inc, try finding it under Change my Charity).
  • Start Shopping.

When you make your online shopping purchases through AmazonSmile, you will participate in an easy, meaningful way to donate directly to the Catholic Foundation. . . and all you have to do is SHOP and CLICK.

Visit the GRANTS link to view a list of current and past grant awards, plus a listing of humanitarian grant awards made possible through a bequest by the late, Msgr. Howard Delaney.