Endowment Advisory Board

St. Leonard Congregation Endowment Fund, established in 1997, is a permanent fund. The principal - built up through memorials and other donations - remains intact while investment earnings are used to benefit the parish.

Donating is a wonderful way to express confidence in the parish and to support it in perpetuity.

The Endowment Fund has contributed more than $105,000 toward children's education, outreach programs and stewardship since 2008. Investment earnings are allocated while the principal remains intact. The funds are carefully invested by the Catholic Community Foundation. Part of the growth of the fund is distributed annually to support programs and purchases which help the parish to fulfill its mission. As of June 30, 2021, the fund was valued at over $240,000.

See The 2020-2021 Annual Report Here

Individuals, committees, organizations and ministries may apply to the Fund for a grant. To apply, one must meet one or all of these standards:

  • Support and assist St. Leonard Congregation in its mission.

  • Support the operation, maintenance, capital requirements and continued existence of St. Leonard Congregation.

  • Support the development of child and youth programs within St. Leonard Congregation.

The current chairperson of the St. Leonard Endowment Advisory Board is Greg Zwick. The current Board members are: Fr. Dan Janasik, Charlie DuPont, Jodi Staral, Bill Klovas, Dan Boeck, and  Paul Lewandowski.

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