The Church Alliance protects the benefits of faith leaders. Faith leaders, and local churches, movements or organizations, pay it forward and give back within their community.
The Pension Boards United Church of Christ responded to the rising costs and demands of theological education by creating the Ministers Financial Vitality Initiative (MFVI) to increase and improve financial wellness among United Church of Christ (UCC) authorized ministers.
The Glencoe Community Garden is a sustainable, organic-practicing, food producing mini-farm and compost collaborative, established in 2012 by Am Shalom as a service and educational project.
As the First Christian Church congregation continued to serve the housing insecure, they recognized a need for a more permanent solution.
Losing a loved one can leave a family reeling both emotionally and financially. The right financial protections can help.
Bethel Neighborhood Center serves refugees and local citizens living in their community. Programs are offered for senior citizens, youth after school care, healthy lifestyle education, immigrant and refugee cultural transition, and food and necessities for low-income residents.
Thanks to the volunteers at Historic Trinity Lutheran Church, many homeless inner-city residents have access to food and other necessities.
Access to fresh produce is a challenge for most low-income families. One church is now the largest producer of fruits and vegetables in its community so that families can put them on their tables.
As part of the Positive Social Purpose (PSP) Lending Program, Wespath invested in a loan providing financing for 237 Landing, a 200-bed transitional shelter for homeless men in the Bronx.