Helping People Help People
Since its inception in 2006, the Catholic Community Foundation of Mid-Michigan has been helping people help others through gifts that serve programs and ministries provided throughout the Catholic Diocese of Saginaw and beyond.
We encourage faithful giving that is responsibly managed and reflective of the teachings of Jesus Christ.
Joyous giving in Christ forever meeting the needs of all God’s people.
Shortly after his arrival in the Diocese of Saginaw in February 2005, Bishop Carlson asked that a legal entity be created that could securely hold funds donated by the people of the diocese. His request was that funds be invested in a socially responsible manner, in investments that are consistent with the values and principles of the Catholic Church.
The result was the creation of the Catholic Community Foundation of Mid-Michigan, (better known as the CCFMM) a non-profit corporation, formed under Michigan law, and that is qualified under 501 (c ) (3) of the federal tax code.
Meet Our Team
We love talking about the good work done through the Catholic Community Foundation. Please contact us if you would like to learn more about how we manage and distribute funds.
Letters From Our Leaders
A Message from Bishop Cistone: Charity has always been at the heart of the Catholic Church. Through the Catholic Community Foundation of Mid-Michigan there are many ways you can contribute and forever support the ministries of the Church and the communities she serves. All of us have favorite ministries which, in some way, touch us deeply. This Foundation affords everyone an opportunity to participate in the work of the Church and to share the love and compassion of Christ with those less fortunate. Read More
A Message from Jerome Blaxton: The Catholic Community Foundation of Mid-Michigan is an excellent vehicle for furthering God’s work in our communities. We help people with charitable hearts give of their resources for others. Investments are responsibly guided by the teachings of Jesus Christ and funds are respectfully distributed in accordance with donor wishes. Read More