Good Shepherd Legacy Society
The Good Shepherd Legacy Society serves to promote thoughtful and effective Catholic philanthropy by recognizing those who have designated the Catholic Community Foundation as their giving vehicle in their stewardship and/or in their estate plan as a reflection of their commitment to their faith and their values.
The Good Shepherd Legacy Society recognizes individuals and families who make a minimum commitment of $25,000 through a planned gift, establishing a donor advised fund, creating an endowment fund, contributing to an existing ministry, endowment fund, or making an outright donation to the ministry of the foundation.
Your membership in the Good Shepherd Legacy Society raises the mantle of leadership and good stewardship, challenging others of faith to follow your lead in meeting the responsibilities of our Catholic values, beliefs and commitments. Donors establishing a fund automatically become members of the foundation’s Good Shepherd Legacy Society. New members are installed in a special ceremony held by the Archbishop of San Antonio annually.
As a Legacy Society member you become both a witness and a participant in reaffirming the ministries of our faith as you fulfill the Baptismal call to be leaven in the world, salt of the earth, and a light to our nation.
All of the foundation’s giving vehicles may be designed to be as general or as specific as the donor wishes, so long as the purpose is to support an official ministry of the Catholic Church.
Members of The Good Shepherd Legacy Society
Clifton J. Bolner
Ray and Dorothy Berend
Stephen and Adele Dufilho
Norman and Leticia Elder
John Feist and Dr. M. Celia Flores-Feist
Mark and Cynthia Hoffmann
William and Margie Klesse
Frank and Nancy Kudla Jr.
Paul J. and Evelyn R. Olivier
Rev. Msgr. Lawrence Stuebben
Louis and Vivian Vance
C. Clark Welder