5 YEAR FINANCIAL
WHO IS THE CATHOLIC COMMUNITY FOUNDATION OF SAN DIEGO?
The Catholic Community Foundation of San Diego is an independent 501 (c)(3) charitable corporation and an autonomous pious foundation committed to raising, managing and distributing charitable funds to meet the spiritual, educational and social needs of our San Diego community. Fully endorsed by the Diocese of San Diego and its bishop, we work extensively with Catholic parishes, schools and ministries to help secure the resources needed to further their long-term goals and sustain their mission.
To be the recognized leader of Catholic philanthropy in San Diego and Imperial counties, whose trusted stewardship satisfies our donors’ intentions while meeting the needs of our community.
Our Mission is to receive, manage, safeguard and grow the investments that are provided to us while we support organizations that are approved by our donors and are carrying out the greater mission of our Catholic faith.
Our values are to: abide by Catholic principles, uphold the highest ethical standards, lead responsibly, respect our donors’ intent, manage resources efficiently and effectively, provide transparency and accountability, and serve professionally.
FINANCIAL REPORTING CCFSD has been entrusted with over $80 million in charitable assets since 2015. The Foundation is committed to operating with the highest standards for accounting, investments, and client services. As part of our fiduciary responsibility, and as stewards to these assets, our team is committed to providing responsible financial reporting. CCFSD undergoes an annual financial audit as well as prepares an annual Federal Tax Form 990 as part of our effort to maintain complete transparency. Our Audited Financials and tax Form 990 can be found on our website at www.ccfsd.org.
ASSETS UNDER MANAGEMENT ($) (in millions)
$70 $60 $50
$20 $10 $-
As of year-end 2020, CCFSD stewards 175 funds, 80 of which are permanent endowment funds that will support our beloved Catholic institutions for generations to come. The Foundation also offers other types of funds such as Donor Advised Funds, Non-Endowed Family Memorial Funds, and many other personalized charitable giving options.
Number of Funds
Number of Endowments
60 40 20 0
38 18 1
The Foundation has granted 498 grants totaling $14.3 million as of year-end 2020. We have benefited 153 organizations, 92% of which were Catholic and 96% of which directly benefited the San Diego and Imperial communities.
$7,000,000 $5.8 million
$6,000,000 $5,000,000 $4,000,000
$2,000,000 $1,000,000 $-
$0.0 million $0.6 million
TOTAL: $14.3 million
GRANTS SNAPSHOT # OF GRANTS DISTRIBUTED -
# OF ORGANIZATIONS / BENEFICIARIES - 153
92% OF GRANTS ($) WENT TO CATHOLIC CAUSES. GEOGRAPHY
96% OF GRANTS ($) STAYED IN
SAN DIEGO AND IMPERIAL COUNTIES.
4% OUTSIDE OF COUNTY
GRANTS BY IMPACT AREA (2015-2020)
The Foundation has granted over $14.3 million in its first 5 years. Our four primary beneficiaries: Parishes, Catholic Education, Vocations, and Social Services have all benefited from the generosity of our donors and the response to the call of our Catholic stewardship.
$14.3 MILLION GRANTS DISTRIBUTED
INVESTMENTS (AS OF DEC. 31, 2020) CATHOLIC VALUES INVESTING - ALL INVESTMENTS ABIDE BY THE USCCB CATHOLIC VALUES INVESTING - CONSISTENT WITH THE GOSPEL, UNIVERSAL CHURCH TEACHING, THE USCCB, AND GUIDANCE FROM OUR LOCAL BISHOP, THE CATHOLIC COMMUNITY FOUNDATION OF SAN DIEGO OFFERS A VARIETY OF MORAL AND SOCIALLY RESPONSIBLE INVESTMENT OPTIONS DESIGNED TO MEET A VARIETY OF PHILANTHROPIC GOALS AND TIME HORIZONS WHILE ADHERING TO CATHOLIC VALUES.
9.4% ANNUALIZED SINCE INCEPTION - INCEPTION DEC. ’15
US Fixed Income,
24% Emerging Market Debt,
11.2% ANNUALIZED SINCE INCEPTION - INCEPTION NOV. ’18 The Foundation believes that asset allocation is the most important decision an investor can make and is key to achieving long-term objectives. Additionally, genuine diversification across different sources of risk and return improves investment efficiency and may help achieve the same level of expected return with a lower level of risk.
US Fixed Income,
EMERGING MARKET DEBT,
BOARD OF TRUSTEES: Very Rev. Msgr. Steven Callahan Pastor St. Brigid, Pacific Beach Msgr. Mark Campbell Retired Pastor St. Mary, Star of the Sea, La Jolla Susan Carter Civic Leader St. Gregory the Great, Scripps Ranch Brian Caster President and CEO Caster Properties, Inc. St. Charles Borromeo, Point Loma Karen Conde Founder and CEO Conde Group, Inc. St. Brigid, Pacific Beach Dean Dwyer President and CEO David C. Copley Foundation St. Brigid, Pacific Beach Bryan Gannon President & CEO APXM Group, Inc. Immaculata Parish
Viviana Honold Civic Leader St. Mary Church, El Centro Janine Mason Leadership Development Consultant Fieldstone Leadership St. Therese of Carmel Peter Marlow Associate Vice President for University Relations, University of San Diego St. Ephrem, El Cajon Mark Neilson Managing Partner Accretive San Diego St. Brigid, Pacific Beach Thomas J. Schoettle, Jr., JD, CFP, CFA Schoettle Financial St. Brigid, Pacific Beach James “Buddy” Thomas, Jr. President Superior Planning, Inc. St. Gregory, San Diego
GARY RECTENWALD - Executive Director, brings his 40 years of executive leadership experience in the high tech and nonprofit worlds to serve our Catholic communities in San Diego and Imperial Valley. (858) 397-9701 email@example.com RYAN DOUGLAS - Director of Finance and Operations, brings 8 years of experience in Finance and Operations with more than 4 years working in the field of financial planning. (858) 397-9703 firstname.lastname@example.org TERESA MURPHY - Marketing and Communications Associate, brings 9 years of experience in the field of communication and strategic planning, with more than 4 years of experience working in creative digital marketing. (858) 397-9705 email@example.com
4747 Morena Blvd., Suite 300
San Diego, CA
For more information www.ccfsd.org
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