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Funding for Faith-Based Organizations


As a faith-based organization, don’t assume your organization isn’t eligible for funds from government sources or private funders.


Secular activities of faith-based organizations are frequently eligible for funding from the United States government as well as private and corporate grantmakers.


If you provide community-based services which grow out of a faith teaching but are secular in nature (e.g. feeding the hungry or housing the homeless), then you may be eligible for funding from nonreligious grantmakers.


However, it can be challenging to understand how to align your activities with the diverse requirements of different funders.


During this workshop, the presenter will help you understand the types of funding your organization may be eligible for and how you can align with funders.


You’ll learn:

  • the three categories of funding that relate to faith-based organizations;
  • how you can “compartmentalize” secular vs. religious activities; and,
  • the best ways to be in compliance with diverse funders.


Presenter: Alice Ruhnke, President of GrantStation

Program: 30 minutes of practical instruction (plus 15 minutes of Q&A  Zoom version only)

Cost: FREE

Registration: Required; Please fill out the form below and click submit. Closes 10:00 a.m. on the day of the workshop.