For us, the relational aspect is more important than the money. The Hunger Fund is a tool that allows us to fulfill the Biblical call to be of service and to be in relationship.
—LORETTA HORTON, Domestic Hunger Program, Evangelical Lutheran Church in America
We're interested in proposals that reflect the values of our congregation and show a plan for putting those values into action.
—BILL DEMPSEY, formerly of the Unitarian Universalist Veatch Program at Shelter Rock
Within the nonprofit community, faith organizations—churches, synagogues, mosques, and the like—have always been the largest recipient ...