Faith & Action Project Grants Program
In light of the COVID-19 crisis, the Faith & Action Grant program would be delayed until later this year. The Faith & Action Project will be awarding 紧急救援授予组织应对covid-19相关的需求和服务需求的增加。
Faith & Action Project Mission
The Faith & Action Project at Christian Theological Seminary connects, inspires and empowers faith communities and others to implement effective solutions for people confronting poverty. Through annual public events and grants, the Faith & Action Project seeks to ignite a collaborative, interfaith and inclusive movement for well-being and justice in our community. This project is made possible by a gift from the Mike and Sue Smith Family Fund.
Faith & Action Project Purpose
Faith & Action Project would like to see faith communities, government agencies, non-profits, and for-profits come together to solve the root causes of poverty and move people out of poverty for the long term.
Faith & Action Project Grants Overview
The Faith & Action Project seeks to support and champion initiatives that have the potential to move people out of poverty for the long term. The Projects puts a high value on collaborations that clearly demonstrate a potential for tangible impact, and ones that seem poised to increase their impact with additional resources. While the Project applauds efforts to provide poverty relief, that is not its goal. The Faith & Action Projects seeks to eliminate the need for poverty relief.
Faith & Action would like to see faith communities, government agencies, non-profits, and for-profits come together to solve the root causes of poverty. Grant recipients are at a place where the grant could vault sound and sustainable programs to the next level of size, strength and impact.
Active Faith & Action Funding
The Faith & Action Project at Christian Theological Seminary has awarded grants totaling $340,000 to 12 organizations whose efforts are aimed at reducing poverty in Indianapolis.