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“We are honored to partner with the Interfaith Youth Core to broaden the impact of our shared commitment to advancing interfaith leadership."

- Dow Davis / Chair, Arthur Vining Davis Foundations read more read less
Dow Davis / Chair, Arthur Vining Davis Foundations

"We are honored to partner with IFYC to broaden the impact of our shared commitment to advancing interfaith leadership. We salute IFYC for its visionary work and steadfast commitment to ensure that future leaders in this nation have a deep appreciation and respect for various faiths and religious traditions as we seek solutions to the most pressing problems of our times.”

Dow Davis is the Chair of the Arthur Vining Davis Foundations Board of Trustees. A leading foundation in the United States, the Arthur Vining Davis Foundations have provided philanthropy for over 65 years to theological and seminary educational institutions, and have adopted a recent additional focus on strengthening interfaith leadership and religious literacy for institutions across America.


"Our partnership with IFYC provides us the opportunity to share in the critical work of building a society in which people with different traditions can find common values and build a shared life together."

- Hunter and Stephanie Hunt / IFYC Investors read more read less
Hunter and Stephanie Hunt / IFYC Investors

"Our partnership with IFYC provides us the opportunity to share in the critical work of building a society in which different people with different traditions can find common values and build a shared life together.  It also helps us to teach our children the importance of welcoming those of all faith traditions. Accepting others does not mean giving up our Christian beliefs; in many ways, acceptance is the greatest expression of those beliefs. IFYC’s approach speaks to other religions in the same manner, and it is what makes it so effective and so timely in today’s world."

Hunter Hunt, CEO of Hunt Consolidated Energy, Inc., and Stephanie Hunt, a Board Member of the UN Agency for Refugees, are community leaders and philanthropists based in Dallas, Texas.

 


Adah Shair

"I am proud to build a better world with IFYC."

- Adah Shair / IFYC Alumna read more read less
Adah Shair / IFYC Alumna

“Every time I see religious and ideological differences tear our world apart, I take some comfort in knowing that I am able to help contest intolerance by being a part of and by supporting IFYC’s work. I am proud to build a better world with IFYC.”

Adah, a graduate of the University of North Florida where she participated in a variety of IFYC trainings, is a civil engineer working with transportation firms to build bridges across the US.

IFYC is honored to partner with foundations and corporations to advance interfaith cooperation as a norm in our society.

Alan B. Slifka Foundation, Inc
Burkehaven Family Foundation
Catherine Manley Gaylord Foundation
Charles Koch Institute
Crown Family Philanthropies
David and Barbara B. Hirschhorn Foundation
Democracy Fund
Einhorn Collaborative
Fellowship in Prayer
The John E. Fetzer Institute, Inc.
Ford Foundation
George Family Foundation
Gilead
Golder Family Foundation
Irving Harris Foundation
Julian Grace Foundation

Faith in the Vaccine Ambassadors Funding:

Arthur M. Blank Family Foundation
Chan Zuckerberg Initiative DAF
Lilly Endowment, Inc.
John Templeton Foundation
Oak Street Health
Open Society Foundations
The Chicago Community Trust
The Duchossois Family Foundation

Lilly Endowment, Inc.
Joseph & Harvey Meyerhoff Family Charitable Funds
M. J. Murdock Charitable Trust
Pinkerton Foundation
Osprey Foundation
Rockefeller Philanthropy Advisors
Stuart Family Foundation
The Arthur Vining Davis Foundations
The Asian American Foundation
The John E. Fetzer Institute
The Klarman Family Foundation
The Pew Charitable Trusts
The Sarowitz Family Fund
The Teagle Foundation
Walter and Elise Haas Fund

The Duke Endowment
The Gambrell Foundation
The John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation
The Joyce Foundation
The Snider Foundation
United Way of Greater Atlanta
Walmart Foundation