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Creating Pathways to Catholic Education: The Volkman Story

4/14/2022

Education is one of Catholic Financial Life’s central values for our members, especially those with young children. Catholic education provides guidance and learning opportunities that align with our faith-based values, which is also a priority for members Jody and Mandy Volkman, parents to Denali and Kenai.

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Catholic Schools Dinner

3/23/2022

On March 10, during the Archbishop's annual Catholic Schools Dinner event co-chair and Catholic Financial Life President and CEO, John Borgen, announced the organization would make its largest donation in company history: $300,000 in honor of Superintendent of Catholic Schools for the Archdiocese of Milwaukee, Kathleen Cepelka’s lifetime of services to Catholic education.

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Make a Difference Through the Catholic Financial Life Foundation

7/6/2021

Catholic Financial Life established a Foundation in order to help our members accomplish their charitable goals. Members across the country have taken advantage of this benefit to help support the causes closet to their hearts.

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Accrue Volunteer Hours for Scholarships

7/25/2019

Offering scholarships to our members is just one of the benefits they enjoy. Make sure your student members who are looking to apply for a Catholic high school or college scholarship for 2020-2021 start accruing volunteer hours now!

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Four ways to teach your kids healthy financial habits

1/28/2019

Educating your children to make smart money decisions can be a challenge. Children are often compelled to spend their money as quickly as possible on things they want. Let’s face it… even some of us are guilty of the same thing. The most important thing parents can do is lead by example on how to manage their money.

Here are some simple strategies parents can use to teach their children smart financial habits.

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Five Ways Your Kids Can Earn Money This Summer

6/6/2018

Summer is finally here! With your kids out of school, we understand as parents the need to find something constructive to keep them occupied. Why not encourage them to make a little extra money? Here are five ways your kids can make some extra cash and get in the healthy habit of saving!

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