Hurricane Florence & Michael | InFaith Community Foundation

Hurricane Florence & Michael

Disaster Relief Support

Hurricane Florence caused widespread destruction and flooding in the Carolinas, displacing more than a million individuals and families. Now, Hurricane Michael is causing catastrophic damage to Florida and the surrounding areas.  Due to the massive scope of the damage, recovery will likely take years. You can support disaster relief efforts through InFaith Community Foundation:

Give Online for a Thrivent Match. InFaith is pleased to partner with Thrivent to support disaster relief. The organizations listed below have been designated by Thrivent to receive up to a $1 million match. Thrivent will pay credit card processing fees to ensure 100% of your donation goes directly to help those in need.*  

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Make a Grant. Through your InFaith donor advised fund, you can recommend grants to support relief efforts using InFaith’s online donor fund login. If you prefer paper forms, please download an InFaith grant request form or contact InFaith for a copy. (This is not part of Thrivent’s matching gift initiative.)

Support InFaith's Disaster Response Fund. Due to the massive scope of natural disasters, recovery often continues for months and years. Through research and collaboration with charities in affected areas, InFaith works to distribute grant support through its Disaster Response Fund. To give to this Collaborative Fund, contact InFaith.

Contact InFaith. InFaith’s knowledgeable staff is here to help you identify and support targeted and affected areas of your choosing. For assistance identifying specific charities to support, call InFaith at 800-365-4172 or email InFaith.

We stand in support of those experiencing loss as together we rebuild lives and communities. Serving donors, spreading joy and changing lives is at the center of our mission at InFaith, and we’re grateful for your trust.

*Thrivent will pay the processing fees for personal donations made through InFaith Community Foundation, up to $1 million or December 31, 2018, whichever comes first.