Thank you for your interest in supporting our mission for social justice. Your support of A Faith That Does Justice brings us closer to fulfilling our mission in Boston. Your generosity enables us to reach those most vulnerable among us and offer them fellowship, support and opportunity through our programs and workshops. Your tax deductible donation to A Faith That Does Justice and every dollar we raise makes an immediate impact on our program. A Faith That Does Justice offers the following giving levels but gifts of any size are welcome.
Give from Your IRA
You can support A Faith That Does Justice with a gift from your IRA. Here are two ways to be tax-smart with a donation from your retirement account.
Donor-Advised Fund (DAF)
If you have a donor advised fund (DAF), such as Fidelity Charitable Gift Fund, the DAF Direct box below allows you to recommend grants from your DAF to A Faith That Does Justice directly from our website.
Stock and Other Gifts
We can accept gifts of stocks and similar assets. For information on making such gifts, contact Bill Sheehan at email@example.com or by phone +1 617-899-0144.
ESOL Student Sponsorship
$1,000 - $5,000+
A Faith That Does Justice provides ESOL (English for Speakers of Other Languages) instruction to improve the economic and social lives of immigrants. Your contribution of $1,000 provides 12 weeks of ESOL training for a student.
Workshop and Retreat Sponsorship
$5,000 - $10,000+
A Faith That Does Justice offers seminars and retreats that are open to people of all faiths and offered at no cost. These interactive programs challenge participants to live their faith by working together to continue God’s work. Businesses or individuals may sponsor a workshop series or retreat.
A Faith That Does Justice offers a special opportunity for those wishing to play a key role in our growth in Boston by becoming a member of our Founder’s Circle. Businesses and individuals with the ability to make a significant commitment to A Faith That Does Justice can help us affect change and offer hope to those in need.