Financial Freedom

 

FINANCIAL FREEDOM CAMPAIGN 


WE ORGANIZE RESIDENTS LIKE EMILIA. HEAR HER STORY NOW.


 

What is the ONE HUNDRED FOR FINANCIAL FREEDOM CAMPAIGN?

Grassroots Organizations needs grassroots investments. Faith in Action seeks to develop the support of Individual Donors to to make contributions of $10.00 per month.

Why is this campaign vital?

Faith in Action has a goal of financial ownership from ordinary people like you and Emilia.  Our supporters are people that understand the importance of giving to the organizing of people to change communities together, especially in underserved and low-income communities.  Our supporters understand the we serve a God of abundance, and must challenge the myth of scarcity and individualism.  The story of Birmingham is also the story of America.  Together, we can decide how to write it.

What do you get in return?

You are supporting the change we want to see in America, where people come first.  This is very difficult without a grassroots organization led by people of faith committed sustaining to building a powerful and organizing voice to advance a programmatic and policy agenda that benefits all people, especially low-income and working families.  We are taking on local, state, and national issues, ranging from better public schools to more affordable housing.  We are developing leaders to take care of our communities as we enter the uncertain political climate of 2012.  We are teaching leaders not only how to share their stories, but how to rewrite them and change the world.

Throughout the year, supporters will be listed on our website and receive regular updates from everyday people that are building this organization and changing their communities.  You can view one of them by clicking on Emilia above.

We are grateful to the following 2012 Individual Supporters:

1. Quinn Kareem Rallins (in memory of Gail Rallins, a loving mother that was God's servant)

2. Denise Collazo and Family

3. Dr. Yvonne Womack (in memory of Gail Rallins, who who fought for quality education) 

4. Jasmine Porter (in the name of equality and justice)

5. Marcellus Womack

6. Janelle Ince

7. Jamaal Barnes (in memory of the great ones that came before us)

8. Donald Conley

9. Diana Baquero

10. Jahi Wise

11. Geraldine Pierre

12. Anonymous 1

13. Rev. Shannon Webster

14. Karen Buschke

15. Rev. Angela Wright

16. Janice Wood

17. Rev.Marcus Singleton

18. Mark Aldridge

19. Kirsten Bryant

20. Daniel Lesser

21. Sheila Woods

22. Miriam Mutuku

23. Jumoke Johnson

24. Brandon Kennedy

25. Susan Reid

26. Susan Putnam

27. Lashunda Hill

28. Jimmy Rushton

29. Rev. David Knight

Join our One Hundred for Financial Freedom Campaign today by clicking SUPPORT COMMUNITY. Or you can send donations to our Birmingham office, 2100 4th Avenue North, Birmingham, AL, 35203.

Let each one give as he has made up his own mind and purposed in his heart, not reluctantly or sorrowfully or under compulsion, for God loves a heart which is giving. 2 Corinthians 9: 7