Community Foundation Grants | InFaith

Grants to our Community

Change Lives Where You Find Your Strongest Connections

Thanks to the generosity of InFaith Community Foundation donors, grants from InFaith charitable funds change lives every day. This grant support goes into our community through donor advised funds, organizational endowments and InFaith collaborative funds.

40
Million
lives
touched

$28.2+
million granted
annually

10,000
charities
named to benefit

About our Grantmaking

Who Receives Grants?

InFaith Community Foundation distributes grants to 501(c)(3) nonprofits throughout our local, national and global community. Since inception, more than 7,380+ charities received grants through donor advised funds and organizational endowment funds. InFaith does not provide direct support to individuals.

Can I Apply for a Grant?

InFaith works in two ways.  First, we help donors support their favorite charities and causes through individual donor advised funds; Second, we address larger issues with a unified voice through InFaith Collaborative Funds. InFaith’s grant application process is by invitation only.

 

 

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Making Connections: Southern Caregiver Resource Center

Connecting people to tools and resources.
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Taking Action: Talitha Cumi

Taking action on our faith.
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Unifying Voices: FaithTrust Institute

Addressing domestic violence with a unified voice.
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Changing Lives: Antelope Memorial Hospital

Changing lives through healthcare excellence.
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Engaging Faith: The Ecumenical Water Network

Engaging communities of faith in dialogue and action.
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Providing Relief: LSS of Puerto Rico

Providing immediate relief to communities following disasters.

2018 INFAITH GRANTS

By Area of Interest

For Grant Recipients

For organizations who have been asked to report to InFaith about a grant they've received:
 

Submit a grant report