Catholic Fundraising: From December 23, 2000

In the November 19 issue of America Mary Ellen Foley McGuire writes about how Catholics can invest in a socially responsible manner. In December 2000, Francis J. Butler, the president of FADICA, asked whether there was enough oversight of fundraising for Catholic causes.
Jan Fredericks
8 years 4 months ago
Hi, Any ideas for Catholic Concern for Animals-USA a branch in the USA? We need to get known in the states. I'm the Chairman and need to get us the non-profit status. We began in 2005, but we are all volunteers. Thank you, Jan

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