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Possibilities

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Possibilities is our semi-annual donor newsletter.

In each issue, you'll find inspiration from other donors through a featured donor story, as well as additional information on resources to help you make the most of your charitable giving. 

Passionate about nature, Cameron plans to become a forest ranger or game warden to inspire young people to protect our environment.

As a future women’s health nurse practitioner, Olivia hopes to improve health care for the women in her community.

In 2009, donors Ronnie & Marge set up The Alvin & Marie Memorial Fund to remember Ronnie’s parents, Alvin & Marie. The couple remains active in their giving journey by practicing generosity as a family to support the charities and causes closest to their hearts. 

Gary and Joyce Kallsen integrated charitable giving into their financial strategy years ago. Together with their children, they’ve made grants from their InFaith Community Foundation donor-advised fund to support favorite charities and causes.

One of the initiatives to which we have committed is creation care, which works to build capacity, help churches reduce their energy footprint, promote leadership and engage our donors around the concern of creation care. With a focus on water, our Creation Care Initiative is accomplished through one of our grantee partners: The Ecumenical Water Network (EWN) of the World Council of Churches (WCC).

Together with donors, we are able to address a number of pressing and unmet needs facing our shared community. One of the initiatives to which we are committed is ending family violence through a partnership with FaithTrust Institute. FaithTrust Institute is an organization that provides faith communities and advocates with the tools and knowledge they need to address the faith and cultural issues related to abuse.

Keith Allen Hinrichsen, a native of La Mesa, Calif., was fully devoted to his family, students and church as a History professor at Cerritos College. After 37 years of teaching, his extended family supported him through his own diagnosis and return of prostate cancer. Upon his death, Keith directed support to a variety of charities, including programs that addressed the unmet needs of patients with Alzheimer’s through The Hinrichsen-Thorsen Family Health Fund.

Rev. Margaret Suiter, a Lutheran pastor and refugee advocate, dedicated her life to the service of Latin communities in the United States and El Salvador. When she passed away from cancer at the age of 44, her mother Louise created The Margaret Neusom Suiter Memorial Fund at in her daughter’s memory.

Donors Ruth and Wilbert Reinke used their passion for the community of Neligh, Neb., supporting Antelope Memorial Hospital through The Wilbert and Ruth Community Endowment Fund. Learn more about how the Reinkes’ generosity has helped AMH grow in transformational ways. 

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