The Alliance is grateful for the support of our foundation partners who have pledged resources and help make our work possible in 2019. We give thanks for:
- The Eula Mae and John Baugh Foundation, which is equipping the Alliance to deepen its commitment to racial equity, supporting our partners at the Alto da Mina Chamber Orchestra in Brazil and their work with students in low-income neighborhoods, and strengthening the Summer Communities of Service program;
- The Richard D. Huff Foundation Trust, which is investing in the Clergy Affiliate Information Resource Network (CAIRN), Annual Gathering 2019, and outreach with our theological partners; and
- The E. Rhodes and Leona B. Carpenter Foundation, for its commitment to supporting intergenerational sexuality education for church leaders by offering Our Whole Lives (OWL) trainings.