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January 9, 2021, by Jennifer Neville, Special to The Catholic Virginian
Nicholas Vacca is leading the way for what he calls “a different avenue” of giving which may allow his parish, Prince of Peace in Chesapeake (POP), and its ministries to operate forever. He heads a committee to establish a parish endowment fund through which an individual or couple makes a bequest in their will for POP. In general, an endowment fund can be used to support an entity such as a parish, Catholic school or ministry, said Maggie Keenan, director of planned giving for the Catholic Community Foundation of the Diocese of Richmond. She noted that legacy gifts are an “expression of the meaning and significance of an individual’s faith.” “It’s something that people deeply care about,” she said.  Nicholas…


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