Helping communities

As a member of the Everence community, you're working alongside us and others to grow and enrich the communities and lives we share. Thanks to your participation with Everence, the numbers below show the impact you're making locally and globally!

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Go and bear fruit, fruit that will last...
John 15:16

Giving back

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living the values


That's the impact the Everence community has made since 2013!

By the numbers

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Everence Sharing Fund

$7,931,291: Amount of grants 

In partnership with your congregation or chapter, the Sharing Fund provides matching grants to help meet basic living expenses or needs of individuals in your church and community.

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MyNeighbor credit card

$1,281,337: Donation generated by card holders

For every purchase made with the MyNeighbor credit card, Everence donates 1.50 percent of the transaction total to the charitable organization chosen by the cardholder.

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Community development investing

$56,387,000: Total amount invested


We channel 1 percent of the assets in our mutual fund family to deep-impact community development investing that helps provide economic opportunity for disadvantaged individuals and communities around the world.

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Everence Church Loans

$196,204,917: Amount of loans 

We help church families grow with our loans – loans that are part of a circle of giving, saving and lending within the faith community when you purchase Everence annuities or mission-driven investment securities.

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Everence Charitable Services

$391,078,779: Amount in charitable gifts distributed to organizations 

Our members give charitable gifts through our charitable services, making a difference in the world by supporting their churches and favorite charities. Their generosity is part of their overall financial plan for the future.

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Figures shown are from January 2013 through January 2021.