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Updates from InFaith Community Foundation

Possibilities InFaith

Most Recent & Archive Issues

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. 

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. 

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.

The InFaith Community Foundation Scholarship was awarded to Emily Loos of Longmont, Colorado for her outstanding commitment to spreading joy and changing lives through music and, more importantly, listening.

Written by Rev. John R. Sabatelli, InFaith Board Member

Now is a moment. A tick of a second hand. A day on the calendar. A report on a year. We understand now. We can measure it and study it. For 20 years as a foundation, we've been measuring nows with lines, graphs, and spreadsheets.

- A Message from InFaith's Executive Director- InFaith Donor Profile: Joy Around the World- 2015 InFaith Donor Survey

A Christmas message from InFaith's Executive Director, Chris Andersen. 

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