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Endowment Fund News

April 2020

Quarterly Endowment Update: April 2020 
Greetings from InFaith Community Foundation! We hope you are well. Despite current challenges in light of COVID-19, we hope you are still finding ways to connect with your endowment fund supporters. In this time of uncertainty, we know and believe that in all of us is a light, hope and love that the world needs most urgently right now, and that will help heal our shared communities. 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 Q1 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/update

Charitable Giving Incentives in Light of the CARES Act
Through your Endowment Fund at InFaith, your supporters have access to a full range of flexible giving options and resources to help them be responsive in their giving while sharing their much needed light and hope with the world.

As you’re likely aware, the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act, or CARES Act, signed into law on March 27th, provides more than $2 trillion in relief, touching nearly every corner of the U.S. economy – including nonprofits.

To help with your supporters’ charitable giving journey, please refer to our CARES Act Product Sheet, which includes additional information on how these provisions can impact their charitable contributions within the 2020 tax year.

We’re Here to Serve You 
InFaith staff is here to support you. If you have questions, please call us at 800-365-4172 or visit our website. Feel free to forward this newsletter to others in your organization who may be interested.