The Foundation is a vital part of the long‐term ministry and Vision of Prince of Peace Lutheran Church. By making grants available to minisites and initiatives, The Foundation supports efforts to provide hope and wholeness to all people. A gift to the Prince of Peace Foundation is a gift that can perpetuate God’s work beyond your lifetime and create a legacy with your charitable giving. You can make a difference in the lives of people for decades to come.
Donate to the Foundation
When you contribute to the Foundation you sustain the mission and future of Prince of Peace ministries. Make a one‐time donation or ongoing contribution to the Foundation.
Apply for a Grant
The Foundation continually seeks to support the ministries that allow Prince of Peace to be the hands, heart and feet of Jesus in the world. To apply for a grant from the Prince of Peace Foundation, download a grant application (pdf) and return to Jane Victorey at email@example.com.
About the Foundation
The Foundation is tax exempt under section 501(c)3 of the Internal Revenue Code. It is a separate entity of Prince of Peace Church, established to accept gifts that are held in an endowment fund. The principal of the gifted funds is invested in perpetuity. Each year, up to four percent of the Foundation’s balance is granted to Prince of Peace ministries.
The Prince of Peace Foundation exists to grow disciples by supporting and investing in experiences that change lives.
Gifts to the Prince of Peace Foundation provide support for God’s work through Prince of Peace beyond our lifetime. There are several ways to make a gift to the Prince of Peace Foundation, including a cash contribution, estate gift, or appreciated securities. View giving options.
Many businesses will match employee charitable contributions. The Foundation of Prince of Peace (Federal EIN: 41‐1882505) is a separate legal entity from Prince of Peace Lutheran Church, which may allow your employer to match your gift.
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