Each year Alliance Catholic Foundation hosts two scholarship programs to help support educational goals for students pursuing their education.
Each spring, Alliance Catholic Foundation offers members of Alliance Catholic Credit Union, who will be attending a K-12 Catholic school or a post-secondary institution for the upcoming academic year, the opportunity to receive scholarships to support their educational goals. $20,000 in scholarships is awarded to members annually.
Each fall, Alliance Catholic Foundation, in conjunction with the Catholic High School League, awards $20,000 in scholarships to 10 students who will be attending a Catholic High School League school for the upcoming academic year.
Check back in October for details on the 6th Annual Live It. Show It. Share It. Scholarship program.
Alliance Catholic Foundation, in combination with staff and volunteers from Alliance Catholic Credit Union, offers financial literacy seminars to community groups interested in learning about budgeting, saving, and managing money.
Heart for the Holidays
Alliance Catholic Foundation hosts Heart for the Holidays, an annual program that helps to support local parish families in need. Donations are raised from Alliance Catholic Credit Union staff, members and partners. Money raised helps to provide a special Christmas for families selected from parishes near each of the Alliance Catholic Credit Union branches. Additional funds are made available for community grants throughout the year.
Community Grants & Programs
Alliance Catholic Foundation is dedicated to improving the overall quality of life in the communities we serve by helping to fund and support organizations and programs for Catholic individuals, groups of individuals and organizations whose practices are consistent with the teachings of the Catholic Church in the state of Michigan.
Do you have a program you think would be enhanced with our assistance? We would love to hear about it.
Let us help you
Do you have a program you think would be enhanced with our assistance?
We’d love to hear about it.