“…the euphoria of that extraordinary weekend remains as full as it was while we were there all together. My sense is that this has indeed been a transforming experience”
– Margee K. workshop participant
Rather than being bound by the unrelenting cultural message of each one for him/herself, together we can create and embody a more just and loving response to the economic challenges of our times.
We invite you to join the Faith and Money Network through your prayers, participation, and financial investment. You can give online with a credit card at the PayPal link above, or see below for our mailing address to give by check.
We are a charitable organization under section 501c (3) of the Internal Revenue Code, and all contributions to Faith and Money Network are fully tax-deductible.
Make donations to:
Faith and Money Network
1640 Columbia Rd. NW
Washington, DC 20009
Bequests and gifts of stock
Gifts like Margaret Harrington’s are an important legacy, an investment in the world we want to see that lasts beyond our lifetime. An easy and excellent way for you to support our mission in years to come is to name Faith and Money Network in your will or living trust. Contact us for any details you need to make a bequest simple for you to establish.
Gifts of appreciated shares of individual stocks, bonds and mutual funds increase the power of your support for Faith and Money Network. By donating shares, you avoid capital gains taxes and can donate the full value of the shares to fuel FMN’s important work. If you’re interested in making a donation of shares or finding out more about the process and whether this donation method is right for you, please email Mike Little at firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you would like to donate Shares in a Privately Held Company, please contact Mike and he will let you know the process for that.
Faith and Money Network books are kept by an outside accounting consultant, Haussler & Associates, LLC. They do all the accounting work for the organization, prepare in-house financial statements, help with budget preparation, handle all payroll issues from paying employees to staying in compliance with filings and tax payments. They also prepare the organizations books and records for year-end closing. The year-end closing includes a full audit every 3rd year with independent reviews for the two non-audit years. Both the audit and reviews are done by the independent CPA firm of Farmer & First, PC.