With support from an InFaith donor, the University of Wisconsin-Madison is making scientific strides to discover a possible prevention of Type 1 Diabetes.
Constance is pursuing her Master's of Divinity with a goal of becoming a hospice or trauma chaplain to serve her community.
Christina will focus her career on family and marriage in the black community and has a goal of starting her own private therapy practice.
Through her Master's in Social Work, Simone has a vision of creating community accessible curriculum around equity and power building.
Preeya hopes to enter the nonprofit sector and work to improve the lives of women and underrepresented populations.
Inspired by her opportunity to lead a faith community, Anna plans to become a pastor in the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America (ELCA).
Passionate about nature, Cameron plans to become a forest ranger or game warden to inspire young people to protect our environment.
As a future women’s health nurse practitioner, Olivia hopes to improve health care for the women in her community.
The following Q2 market update provides context for the investment performance of your charitable assets at InFaith Community Foundation.
InFaith donor Barbara Wheeler has shifted her giving in light of COVID-19 by providing support to Embry-Riddle’s Aeronautical University Eagles Care Student Emergency Fund, which helps students offset unexpected expenses.