About The Foundation
The Foundation of
the Roman Catholic Diocese of Albany, New York,
Inc. was established in February, 1995 as a
not-for-profit charitable organization. Its
purpose is to preserve and enhance the mission
of the diocese, its parishes, Catholic Charities
programs and agencies, Catholic schools and
other “formation” programs through the building
of long-term endowment funds through the
generous ongoing support of the Catholic
faithful and other friends of the Church.
The programs of
Roman Catholic Diocese of Albany depend upon
your goodwill. To that end, there are a myriad
of easy giving options from which you can choose
– from naming us as a beneficiary in your will
to a more complex trust arrangement.
We’ve created this
easy-to-understand website to help you find the
gift that's right for you. Here you can learn
how to plan a gift to Roman Catholic Diocese of
Albany. We'll tell you about creative giving
strategies that enhance your, and your family's,
well being and help us as well.
5 Trustees, with
Bishop Howard Hubbard as President, who are
counseled by both a 15-member Advisory Board and
a 5-member Investment Advisory Committee, govern
the Foundation. Additionally, the daily
management of the Foundation is the
responsibility of the Executive Director of
Development and Stewardship.
accounts are held in Bank of America and the
funds are invested over a broad spectrum of
fixed assets and equities according to the
investment policy of the Foundation. The
Independent Auditor for the Foundation is KPMG
Peat Marwick, LLP.
are over 75 established accounts in the
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