“There is not one square inch of all creation over which the resurrected Christ does not say, ‘Mine!’” – Theologian Abraham Kuyper.
Denver Institute’s mission is born of the conviction that all of our lives are to be offered in service of Jesus. This means that our Monday through Friday work can contribute to the Kingdom; it also means that every resource we have belongs to Jesus. We are stewards – not owners – of all of our assets.
If you haven’t considered how non-cash assets can exponentially increase your generosity while increasing the capacity and reach of organizations you value, you can learn more below or through National Christian Foundation’s non-cash giving page.
We’d be honored and humbled to steward your non-cash assets at Denver Institute so that more people are prepared to serve God and others in their daily work for the transformation of workplaces and cities.
Simply contact Jeff Hoffmeyer, VP of Advancement: email@example.com.
A Giving Fund is an easy-to-create, low-cost, flexible account for charitable giving that is a popular alternative to creating a private foundation. It works like a charitable checking account. You make gifts into the fund and then recommend grants to Denver Institute and other charities. Experience tangible benefits that simplify your giving and multiply your impact!
We accept donations through all DAFs. If you are looking to create a new giving fund, you can easily establish one through National Christian Foundation, a trusted partner of Denver Institute.
Denver Institute is grateful for your investment in our mission to form men and women to serve God, neighbor, and society through their daily work.
Denver Institute for Faith & Work is a registered 501(c)(3) and makes sound stewardship a priority. We are a member of the Evangelical Council for Financial Accountability and report our financials on a yearly basis through our impact report.