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To help you on your charitable giving journey, InFaith has created a set of explainer videos on popular giving strategies including donor advised funds, bundling charitable gifts and qualified charitable distributions (QCDs).

In September 2017, Puerto Rico suffered two major hurricanes within weeks: Irma and Maria. While both were exceedingly destructive, Hurricane Maria was classified as a Category 5 and the worst on record for Puerto Rico in nearly 100 years. In the aftermath, millions of individuals and families were, and still are, left without homes, electricity and shelter. The U.S. territory continues to reconstruct and seek a sense of normalcy.

InFaith donor Dr. Richard Barkalow was involved in his community and church throughout his life no matter where he was living. As a humble man, he was quiet about his money and wealth. Richard cared very deeply about the church communities where he was a member.

The story of one InFaith donor was recently shared in her community’s local newspaper, The Bayfield County Journal. Monica Sword, InFaith donor, created a scholarship fund at InFaith in memory of her daughter, Lena. Proceeds from Hoofen Floofen Island, written by Lena, make the Lena Kay Rufus Memorial Scholarship Fund possible. We invite you to read and be inspired by the article that appeared in the Bayfield County Journal.

InFaith Community Foundation granted $10,000 to Dream of Wild Health, a local organization based in Minneapolis, Minnesota.

In 2016, InFaith Community Foundation granted $15,000 to Camp Noah to bring hope and healing to children of Pine Ridge Indian Reservation affected by poverty and storm damage.

The InFaith Community Foundation Scholarship was awarded to Emily Loos of Longmont, Colorado for her outstanding commitment to spreading joy and changing lives through music and, more importantly, listening.

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