K of C Fund announces $100 million in grants

NEW HAVEN, Conn. -— Knights of Columbus Charitable Fund (KCCF) announced today that it
has crossed a significant milestone by surpassing charitable grants of more than $100 million
made to Catholic and charitable organizations since its launch in 2019.

“Reaching $100 million in granting is a dream realized,” said Dennis Gerber, President of
Knights of Columbus Charitable Fund. “And for KCCF to achieve this charitable impact in just
five years is very encouraging for our work going forward. While this is an outstanding
milestone, we believe it is just the first of many in our work of building a powerful new engine
for supporting the Church and our communities.”

KCCF has grown to become a prominent national donor-advised fund created by Catholics, for
Catholics. Today, KCCF has more than $120 million in total assets under management and has
distributed over 11,000 grants to more than 2,000 organizations across North America, Europe,
and Asia. With KCCF’s donor-advised fund, donors can be assured that their investments and
charitable grants are consistent with the values and teachings of the Catholic Church.
This important milestone is the result of generous donors who have leveraged the advantages of

KCCF’s donor-advised fund program to make a greater impact to an array of causes, including
higher education, evangelization, religious formation, and pro-life apostolates.

“St. Paul’s admonition to be ‘a cheerful giver’ is a driving force behind what we do with
KCCF,” Gerber said. “Our goal is to help provide the tools to inspire Catholics to give more
generously and have a larger impact on organizations that are doing great work.”

Those interested in learning more about KCCF are invited to visit