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InFaith Insights is a monthly e-newsletter for financial professionals. Each month InFaith Insights explores concepts and resources you can use to build your charitable business with your clients and it's free to sign up.

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InFaith's team of gift planners present giving solutions for your charitable business, including:

  • Starting the Charitable Conversation
  • Donor Advised Funds & Bundling Gifts
  • QCDs
  • Gift Annuities

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Thrivent & InFaith Webinar

How Will Tax Reform Affect Charitable Giving?
InFaith, in partnership with Thrivent Financial, hosted a webinar on how the new tax law may affect charitable giving to churches and faith-based nonprofits.

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Webinar: Growing Charitable Gifts Post Tax Reform

InFaith Community Foundation, in partnership with Thrivent Financial, hosted a webinar on how the new tax law may affect charitable giving to churches and faith-based nonprofits.

Begin watching the webinar recording by clicking the image to the right.

InFaith and Thrivent's one-page whitepaper on how tax reform may affect giving to church or nonprofits is also available for download.

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Recent & Past webinar recordings

Year End Charitable Planning Strategies
November 7, 2017

Tools and Resources for Endowment Funds at InFaith
September 21, 2017

Charitable Planning in your Practice
June 8, 2017

Endowment Best Practices
March 23, 2017

Charitable Giving Strategies for Lifetime or at Death
October 2016

How to Start the Charitable Conversation
July 2016

Everything You Need to Know About Donor Advised Funds
March 2016

To view recorded webinars, click on link to access. If you are experiencing technical issues or have a question, please contact us.

The Dr. Richard Hay Barkalow Fund was mentioned in the November 2018 issue of Living Lutheran. 

After all the helpings of grace, gratitude and gravy this Thanksgiving, Thrivent Financial invests you to join in celebrating generosity on Giving Tuesday.

When Wealth Advisor Corey Schmidt talks to clients about their charitable intentions, he introduces them to the benefits of a donor advised fund at InFaith Community Foundation. “A donor advised fund marries their charitable goals with a desire to re balance their investments,” Corey says.

When donor Gaye Guyton’s extended family gathers this holiday season, they will share memories of Christmas slumber parties with cousins and Advent devotions written by Grandma. They’ll also spend time giving gifts to charities important to them as a family.

One-year after the devastation of Hurricanes Harvey, Irma and Maria, many families and organizations continue to rebuild what was lost. InFaith Community Foundation is pleased to partner with Thrivent to support disaster relief.

Financial Professional Vann Doubleday uses the ‘yes, and’ approach with clients. Yes, he can help with their financial planning and with their charitable wishes as well. Yes, clients can complete a Roth IRA conversion, and offset the taxes while making gifts to causes they care about.

As a child, Ashley saw her father’s generous giving, and allocated some of her own allowance to share with others. She was also moved by stories of faithful leaders who gave away much of their income as they dedicated their lives to a dependence on God’s grace and abundance.

There are many ways to do more with what we have, or with what we inherit.

One of the most comprehensive charitable giving data resources in the U.S., Giving USA, just released its annual report on giving in the U.S. Below is a comparison of donor giving at InFaith to national giving.

There isn’t much that surprises veteran wealth advisor Don Knoernschild after nearly 35 years with Thrivent Financial. But he recently learned something that changed his conversations about life insurance. And it’s given him another reason to introduce charitable clients to InFaith Community Foundation.

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