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#iGiveCatholic Giving Day 2021 Final Results

We can’t thank you enough for your generosity!

On November 30, 2021, the Diocese of Fort Worth joined more than 40 other dioceses across the country to raise funds and create awareness for the important work being done in Catholic organizations through #iGiveCatholic each year on Giving Tuesday (the Tuesday after Thanksgiving). Thanks be to God for the outpouring of generosity for the parishes, schools and ministries of the Diocese of Fort Worth during #iGiveCatholic. Because of your generosity, we were able to raise $402,516 to support the works of love and mercy in our parishes, schools and ministries. Each gift made will play a critical role in allowing us to serve the faithful in our community and build the body of Christ.

  • $402,516 Raised (+$100,000 in matching funds awarded)
  • 1348 Donors
  • 59 Participating Parishes, Schools & Ministries (of 61 registered)


Name Amount Raised Donors
Most Blessed Sacrament Catholic Church $118,091.56 197
Saint Andrew Catholic School $29,970.00 38
St. John the Apostle Catholic School $26,697.00 147
St. Francis of Assisi Catholic Church $25,585.00 74
St. Martin de Porres Catholic Church $18,761.00 10
TCU Catholic $17,140.00 29
Nolan Catholic High School $12,050.00 57
Catholic Charities Diocese of Fort Worth $11,370.00 35
Good Shepherd Catholic Community $10,775.00 36
University Catholic Community $9,693.00 43

#iGiveCatholic 2021 Kick off

This year’s registration was kicked off with a mini retreat at Our Lady of Guadalupe on May 20. Julie Kenny, the national program director for #iGiveCatholic  shared inspirational information and winning strategies. Two of last year’s top recipients (Our Lady of Guadalupe & TCU Campus Ministry) gave testimonials on their journey with #iGiveCatholic . You may watch the recorded event below. 

Kick-off Presentation



Rachel Martinez, CFRE
Director of Annual Giving and Grants

Renée Underwood, CFRE
Chief Development Officer of the Advancement Foundation

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