Spring 2020 Campaign: What We Do

We encourage, empower, and support the work of our ministry partners by: Providing Facilities, Awarding Grants, Training staff and volunteers in communication and fundraising, and Growing Dynamic Leaders.

  Instead of looking inward to operate our own services for children and families we are expanding our reach to look outward and come along side hundreds of other ministries, churches, and communities.  We are strategically designed to join with and support Christian organizations and churches that are already helping people effectively!

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Spring 2020 Campaign: Who We Are

Josiah White’s Quakerdale Foundation (JWQF) was founded in 2018. We are a group of faith driven, community focused, men and women seeking to impact our world for the gospel by serving as Christ serves. God uses the hearts of His people to drive the vision of their work. He has placed people at Josiah White’s Quakerdale Foundation who are:

CHRIST FOCUSED. Their primary goal is to bring glory to Christ and His Kingdom.

MINISTRY MINDED. They are most concerned about meeting the needs of those they serve, no matter what the personal cost.

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Changes at Our New Providence Campus

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Josiah White’s Quakerdale Foundation

A few days ago on April 22, 2020, Josiah White’s Quakerdale Foundation Board learned through a public announcement on Facebook that the Promise Academy at Quakerdale has closed their program due to lack of funding. We were also formally informed by the Quakerdale Basketball Eagles Board of Directors on April 16, 2020 that their program has also closed. Both of these programs have been active on our New Providence campus for many years, and their closings represent a significant loss for the individuals and families they served, their staff and boards, the Quakerdale Foundation board, as well as for the community of New Providence and Honey Creek/New Providence church in particular. In light of the collective care we all share for these programs and the individuals and families they serve, the Quakerdale Foundation Board of Directors would like to make a public response to the recent closings of these programs.

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Growing Financial Stability

For many folks seeking assistance or services, whether it’s day-to-day or in a time of crisis, the cost of resources can deny them access simply because they do NOT have the financial means to pay for them. This has created a need for discounted services, giving birth to thousands of awesome nonprofits that are able to provide these services at an affordable rate.

Most nonprofits that step to the plate to meet these needs, however, are dependent on the eb and flow of the annual giving patterns of their supporters. Some years there is plenty and other years they wonder if they will have to close their doors. Not because their supporters don’t care about what they do, but because their donor base may have experienced a decline in income and thus their giving. Or after decades of faithful support they have transitioned to retirement and are forced to stop donating all together.

So how does a nonprofit offset the ups and downs of annual contributions? The answer: Endowment Funding. Continue reading “Growing Financial Stability”

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