About Centerpiece Philanthropy

The Centerpiece of your philanthropy is your vision. At the center of your best philanthropy lies your vision for how you will make your community better. This is your impact intention.

I will help you map a clear path to your goals and assess how closely you come to achieving them along the way. The result will be your finely tuned skills as a philanthropist, meaningful engagement, and what you will learn as you collaborate with others to build and enrich your community.

My mission is to help individuals transform from donors to philanthropists and to connect non-profits with effective donors who share their vision and achieve impact for good in the community.
— Catherine Pyke



Catherine Pyke helped us recently to rebrand Episcopal Charities to The Episcopal Impact Fund. She is now chairing a Theory of Change committee that will help us to successfully transition and to realize the full potential of our name change.
— Kathleen Piraino, Executive Director, Episcopal Impact Fund
Catherine Pyke believes in the vision of women philanthropists. On two occasions, she helped me to envision successful donor events. One, highlighting the philanthropy of Jane Stanford and Arabella Huntington, was held at the Huntington Gardens in San Marino on behalf of Mellon Bank for its clients. The other, – One Common Thread – for donors, and volunteers at Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital, celebrated the creative vision, generosity, and philanthropic impact on women’s and children’s health through Lucile Packard’s leadership and transformational investment in healthcare for the community.
— Donna M. Bandelloni, Director of Gift Planning, CPMC Foundation