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Updates from InFaith Community Foundation

Profiles of Joy

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Profiles of Joy is InFaith Community Foundation's semi-annual donor newsletter. Profiles features a donor story and other timely updates.

Not Waiting for Heaven to Make a Difference. If a picture’s worth a thousand words, Paul Kulha could fill a library. (Read more from our Fall 2017 issue of Profiles of Joy).

The story of one InFaith donor was recently shared in her community’s local newspaper, The Bayfield County Journal. Monica Sword, InFaith donor, created a scholarship fund at InFaith in memory of her daughter, Lena. Proceeds from Hoofen Floofen Island, written by Lena, make the Lena Kay Rufus Memorial Scholarship Fund possible. We invite you to read and be inspired by the article that appeared in the Bayfield County Journal.

InFaith Community Foundation granted $10,000 to Dream of Wild Health, a local organization based in Minneapolis, Minnesota.

InFaith Community Foundation now offers an investment portfolio for donors.

A visual overview of InFaith Community Foundation's donors giving from 2016 highlighted in comparison to national giving as reported by Giving USA.

An introduction to our 2016 Annual Report.

The year 2016 has been a year in which race, prejudice and violence have come together with frightening frequency and devastating consequences. In this, the first year of InFaith Community Foundation’s President’s Grant, two grants of $15,000 were made to two regional church judicatories to support their work in addressing racism through engagement of their congregations and community.

Merry Christmas from the staff and board of InFaith Community Foundation. We are truly grateful to be part of your generosity. 

Recording of our annual conference call with investment advisors, Cambridge and Associates, who provide an update on the services and stewardship of your donor advised fund or or organizational endowment fund.   

In 2016, InFaith Community Foundation granted $15,000 to Camp Noah to bring hope and healing to children of Pine Ridge Indian Reservation affected by poverty and storm damage.

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