Category Archives: Category: Grants

St. John Paul II Application is LIVE

Click here for the JPII Fund Application for Religious Education and Youth Ministry. Click here to view a PDF of the Application for your planning purposes. All applications must be submitted online. Click here for a copy of the budget form which you will need to upload into the online application for submitting. All applications Read More ››

JPII Applications go LIVE February 10th

Foundations in Faith announces St. John Paul II Funding Available for Fall Religious Education and Youth Ministry Programs Applications go Live February 10th   As St. John Paul II said of young people, “The Church needs your energies, your enthusiasm, your youthful ideals, in order to make the Gospel of Life penetrate the fabric of Read More ››

2021 Youth in Action Grants Announced

Foundations in Faith Board of Trustees wishes to congratulate the 2021 Youth in Action grantees; Crossroads 4 Christ , for their collaboration between the Stamford and Fairfield Chapters, Our Lady of Fatima Parish – Bpt for their project- Our Lady’s Vegetable Garden which will support their food pantry and St. Theresa Church who will collaborate Read More ››

“Yes, I Will Help”

“Yes, I will help” was the resounding response from Fairfield County Catholics responding to the Diocesan “Giving Tuesday” appeal. We had over 60 donations to Foundations in Faith for the St. Francis Xavier (SFX) Fund. As a new fund, one of the goals was to build awareness as well as raise funds. According to Kelly Read More ››

2021 Youth in Action Grant Opportunities

Foundations in Faith is thrilled to announce that the second year of the Youth in Action Grant opportunity is being announced and we have expanded our reach based upon the tremendous success of the first year projects. Things to know: The 2021 Grant Application is now live. All applications must be submitted online and by Read More ››

Why Faith Formation and Anti-Racism Training go Hand in Hand

“Here we call on our religious education programs…. to develop curricula relating to racism and reconciliation. Our campus ministers should plan young adult reflections and discussions that strive to build pathways toward racial equality and healing. We can also learn from the example of those young people who rise above racist attitudes and model respect. Read More ››