Quarterly Endowment Update: July 2020
Greetings from InFaith Community Foundation! We hope you are well. Below you will find a link to your quarterly statement, a planned giving topic for you to share with your supporters and other timely updates as part of InFaith Endowment News, InFaith’s quarterly report to organizations with endowment funds.
Your endowment fund’s Q2 statement is now available online. If you serve as your organization’s Fund Advisor, click here to log in and access your statement. More information on InFaith’s portfolio investment performance from Cambridge Associates, InFaith’s investment manager, is available at infaithfound.org/about-us/financials-reports.
Changing One Life at a Time Through Educational Support
Did you know that our InFaith Community Foundation Scholarship was established to benefit students who are members of congregations that hold active endowment funds at the Foundation?
Each year, we call for applications to our annual scholarship program from high school graduating seniors seeking a four-year undergraduate degree at an accredited college or university. These scholarships are made possible through InFaith’s Field of Interest Fund in Education, a collaborative fund supported by InFaith donors. Visit our website to learn more about these opportunities available to members in your community.
Congratulations to Our 2020 InFaith Community Foundation Scholarship Recipients
It is with great joy that we introduce this year’s InFaith Community Foundation Scholarship recipients: Olivia Tate and Cameron Martin!
Olivia is an active member of Zion Lutheran Church who has volunteered as a prayer leader for high school youth group, attended group mission trips, helped with Sunday school, prepared church bulletins and more. In her future role as a women’s health nurse practitioner, she hopes to support improved health care for the women in her community, and use her position to advocate for diversity, justice and sustainability.
At Holy Trinity Lutheran Church, Cameron has served as an acolyte, helped with church maintenance and has participated in multiple group missions trips. He plans to pursue a degree in Forestry from the University of Montana to become a forest ranger or game warden and inspire others to conserve nature and protect wildlife for future generations to enjoy.
Olivia and Cameron’s stories, as well as the stories of other recipients, will be posted on our website’s scholarship page later this month. We invite you to read all our scholarship recipients’ stories and learn how they hope to continue to make an impact in our shared communities. To learn more about InFaith’s current scholarship funds, visit infaithfound.org/newsgrants/scholarships.
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If you have questions about how you can grow your endowment fund, please don’t hesitate to call us at 800-365-4172 or visit our website.