Our Journey To Overcoming Racism And Economic Insecurity
Communities across the country have experienced a range of emotions – anger, sorrow, frustration and, at times, hope – as conversations around race and equity continue in response to the death of George Floyd. As we grapple with the full impact of these events, we at InFaith still believe that in all of us is light, hope and love. We have therefore joined with Thrivent to create an integrated community response, investing $3 million in community action, in pursuit of long-term systemic change.
We invite you to seek ways in which you can respond in your own community. Together, we can continue to help heal our shared community creating a more just and inclusive world for all.
Through you – our donors, community partners and partners at Thrivent – we at InFaith are uniquely positioned to see the world in terms of what is possible, not what is impossible. Read a message from Mandy Tuong, InFaith's President & CEO, on how you can serve your community in this time of uncertainty.
Amplify Your Impact
Consider contributing to InFaith’s Collaborative Funds in Disaster Relief. Through our Disaster Relief Collaborative Fund, donors make gifts to pool with other generous donors to achieve a greater impact. We are now making focused grants to support organizations that are on the ground helping those communities experiencing food insecurity, housing/shelter, community rebuilding and providing emergency financial assistance.