Throughout the past 18 months, the Catholic Church was challenged to respond to the realities of COVID-19 by adapting to a new way of communicating with constituents. A critical focus remains placed on continuing communication by leveraging available technology while maintaining or increasing our human empathy and connection.

Throughout the month of June, join CCS Fundraising and #iGiveCatholic for a three-part video series featuring engaging conversations with dioceses, parishes, and schools to hear firsthand how these organizations have navigated stewardship in a digital world.

Series Introduction

Featuring Cory Howat, President of #iGiveCatholic and Executive Director of the Catholic Community Foundation of the Archdiocese of New Orleans, and Brad Patterson, Senior Vice President at CCS Fundraising

 

First Episode

Episode One of Perspectives on Stewardship in a Digital World is live! Tune in for a fun, brief, and informative discussion about Catholic stewardship in a digital world, featuring Julie Kenny from #iGiveCatholic. Thanks to our hosts, Cory J. Howat from #iGiveCatholic and Brad Patterson from CCS Fundraising!

 

Second Episode

Throughout 2020, the Catholic Church was challenged to respond to the realities of COVID-19 by adapting to a new way of communicating with constituents. Tune in to see how Amy Ponson, Executive Director at The Catholic Foundation of South Louisiana, navigated 2020 and 2021. Thanks to Cory J. Howat from #iGiveCatholic and Brad Patterson from CCS Fundraising, our series hosts!

Check back next Wednesday for our third episode!

About the Author

CCS Fundraising is a strategic fundraising consulting firm that partners with nonprofits for transformational change. As leading consulting experts in campaign and development strategy, we plan and implement fundraising initiatives to help nonprofit organizations make a bigger impact—locally, nationally, and globally. For over 70 years, CCS has empowered many of the world’s greatest organizations to advance some of the most important causes in history. While the results of our work are immediate, the impact of the strategies, tools, and tactics we develop with our clients are enduring.