How Do I Contribute to the Fund?
Grants made by the Friends Meeting House Fund are entirely dependent upon contributions from individuals and meetings. These gifts constitute a very direct way in which those with resources to spare can help nurture small, less well-endowed meetings. Contributions to the Grant Fund are tax deductible.
Contributions to the Grant Fund are always welcome. An investment in a Friends Meeting House Fund Note, however, is available only from time to time. Investments in FMHF Notes currently are not open.
Grants made by the Green Meeting House Fund are funded by 1) carbon offsets purchased by Quakerbooks and FGC Gathering customers who elect to offset the costs of shipping and travel, 2) gifts to the Green Meeting House Fund from Quaker organizations, and 3) carbon offsets and donations from the general public.
Thinking About Investing?
The Friends Meeting House Fund (FMHF) issues mortgage pool notes to both individuals and meetings. If you or your meeting is interested in finding out more about either applying for a loan or investing in the fund please contact Friends General Conference Fiscal and Property Manager.