InFaith Community Foundation |
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Through InFaith Community Foundation, thousands of donors are taking action on their faith, values and life experiences by giving. Together, we’re spreading joy and changing lives throughout our shared community.




Family Traditions Lead to Lifelong Generosity

When InFaith donor Gaye's extended family gathers this holiday season, they will share memories of Christmas slumber parties with cousins and Advent devotions written by Grandma. They'll also spend time giving to the charities important to them. It's a family tradition started by Gaye's parents years ago.

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Introducing GenerationsGive inFaith

InFaith is pleased to introduce GenerationsGive inFaith, a new suite of resources to engage your family in giving and plan for the future.

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New tool helps unite ELCA seminaries

InFaith was mentioned in Living Lutheran magazine's November 2018 issue, featuring grant support made possible by The Dr. Richard Barkalow Charitable Seminary Fund. 
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Living in the Spirit of Generosity & Abundance

When she inherited $10,000 from her mother, Monica Bellizzi opened a donor advised fund at InFaith Community Foundation. Her objective was to involve the women in her family in giving back to the community and leaving a legacy of generosity.

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Disaster Relief Support

Hurricane Florence caused widespread destruction and flooding in the Carolinas, displacing more than a million individuals and families. Hurricane Michael caused catastrophic damage to Florida and the surrounding areas.  Due to the massive scope of the damage, recovery will likely take years. InFaith is pleased to partner with Thrivent to support disaster relief.

Support Hurricane Disaster Relief

The 2018 California wildfire season was the most destructive in state history with thousands of homes and buildings destroyed, multiple deaths recorded and millions of individuals and families displaced. Explore opportunities to support California wildfire disaster relief.

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