Celebration of Faith:

40 Ways In 40 Days

Learn more about our new '40 Ways in 40 Days' campaign!

Fundraising Campaign Goals

Help us support Catholic education in the Diocese of Yakima!

This year, CWCF is setting the ambition goal of raising $325,000 for Catholic charities and institutions. 2020 has been a hard year for many, but with your help we will provide much needed relief to those in need.

What's happening now:

DAY 40: The End of 40 Ways in 40 Days

We are so grateful!
Today is our final day of the social media campaign, 40 Ways in 40 Days to Celebrate our Faith!

We are so blessed to announce that we have […]

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DAY 39: Celebrating our Partners, Donors, and Supporters

Below is a list of our Partners in education!
Thank you for your continued support of Catholic education in the Diocese of Yakima. 

Join our list of Partners by making a […]

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DAY 38: Celebrating Scholars – Sarah Niemi

I am the 2020 recipient of the Mary Ellen Chott-Mahre Scholarship. I have been a member of St. John Parish in Naches my entire life and have been an altar […]

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Thank you to our wonderful Partners:

Bryan and Brenda Alford
Gordon & Kathy Beecher
Bob & Donna Cash
Scott & Joan Eschbach
James & Trish Feeney
Michael & Nicole Franson
Jim & Catherine Fredericks
Edna Golob
Charles & Debbie Graaff
Karl & Kyle Hadley
Wayne & Collette Heffner
Jerry & Patricia Hein
Steve & Courtney Hunter
Russell & Nancy Mazzola
William & Victoria McCurley
Dr. Thomas Miller
David & Betty Jo Murray
Dale & Camille Peterson
Thomas & Jean Richtsmeier
Robert & Dorothy Rollinger
Helen Sauer
Terry & Denise Sliger
David & Ann Sonn
Ray & Dianne St. Mary
Bishop Joseph Tyson

Help CWCF help others.

40 Ways in 40 Days

Our annual celebration and fundraiser.

Giving

Leave a legacy for future generations.

Grants and Tuition

Funding options for you and your students.

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Jessica Arellano

Student of Stanford University

“Faith has given me the strength to chase the impossible and make it possible. It has healed the broken in me. Faith is what has made me who I am, a fearless, caring, and courageous follower of God. Throughout my difficult times, every time I thought I had failed or had no better alternative, something always told me to try again. And that was faith. Through your support, our program has been able to change my life and the lives of many other students.  My desire is that students across the diocese will have the same opportunity to grow in faith that I had.”