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Applications for 2017 Catholic Communication Campaign funding are not yet being accepted. An announcement will be posted here when applications are opened.
THE CATHOLIC COMMUNICATION CAMPAIGN (CCC) offers grants for communications projects that use media to spread the Gospel message and advance the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops' general mission goals.
The CCC's funds are raised through a national diocesan collection taken up in most U.S. parishes in May. One-half of each diocese's CCC collection proceeds are retained by the diocese to support communications projects and goals of the local Church. The remaining half of each diocese's CCC collection proceeds support domestic Catholic communications projects that are national in scope.
CCC grants are available for domestic communications projects that have a strong potential to achieve high visibility and have national impact. The CCC also offers grants for Catholic communications projects in developing areas of the world where the Church is young and growing
Certain requests are not within the mandate of the Catholic Communication Campaign:
Except for the reduction of debt (see item #3 above), the restrictions above do not apply to projects submitted for CCC grant consideration from Catholic communications entities in developing areas of the world.
However, proposals for projects from outside the United States should include a letter of recommendation or endorsement from an appropriate episcopal authority, or, if developed by a religious order or other international Catholic organization, from the appropriate authority within the order or organization.
Proposals from areas of the developing world that are not eligible for grants from other USCCB grant programs will receive priority consideration. The other grant programs are:
All proposals for CCC
grant consideration must be submitted in English.
For more information, contact CCC staff.
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