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Possibilities InFaith

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Possibilities InFaith, formally known as Profiles of Joy, is InFaith's semi-annual donor newsletter.

In each issue, you'll find inspiration from other donors through a featured donor story, as well as additional information on InFaith's resources to help you make the most of your charitable giving. 

In recognition of Chris Andersen’s 25 years as president and executive director of InFaith Community Foundation, the Board has renamed InFaith’s WomenLead Scholarship to The Chris Andersen WomenLead Scholarship. Andersen, who has led InFaith’s growth to more than $1 billion in outright and deferred gifts and $30 million in annual grants, will retire at the end of this year.

Donors Ruth and Wilbert Reinke used their passion for the community of Neligh, Neb., supporting Antelope Memorial Hospital through The Wilbert and Ruth Community Endowment Fund. Learn more about how the Reinkes’ generosity has helped AMH grow in transformational ways. 

InFaith Community Foundation, a national faith-based charity, announced today that president and executive director Chris Andersen will retire after 25 years of service. The organization’s board of directors has named Mandy Tuong, currently senior vice president of donor services and general counsel, as president and CEO. Tuong will assume the role on October 1, 2019.

This is a position with InFaith Community Foundation, a national charity with a mission to serve donors, spread joy and change lives. Interested candidates are asked to submit a letter of interest,Interested candidates are asked to submit a letter of interest, a résumé, and a list of three professional references. Email materials to hr@infaithfound.org

Kathryn Ulvilden Moen’s lifelong passion for music was evident throughout her St. Paul, Minn. home. A cello sat in her living room, bookshelves held stacks of sheet music and a set of organ pipes eight feet high made up an entire wall.

It is with great joy that we share our 2018 annual report: ALIGNED.

In September 2017, Puerto Rico suffered two major hurricanes within weeks: Irma and Maria. While both were exceedingly destructive, Hurricane Maria was classified as a Category 5 and the worst on record for Puerto Rico in nearly 100 years. In the aftermath, millions of individuals and families were, and still are, left without homes, electricity and shelter. The U.S. territory continues to reconstruct and seek a sense of normalcy.

On Tuesday, January 15, 2019, National Public Radio's (NPR) Marketplace Morning Report included a segment on the rise in popularity of Gender-Lens Investing. Veris Wealth Partners, investment advisor to the WomenInvest inFaith portfolio, is quoted. Click on the "play" arrow in the blue bar to listen to the recording.

A message from Chris Andersen, InFaith Community Foundation's President & Executive Director on the 2018 President's Grant.

Merry Christmas from InFaith Community Foundation.

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