Did you know the Holston Foundation's average annualized performance is 7.5% since 1990? Take a few minutes to learn more about the Holston Foundation directly from those who partner with the Foundation for stewardship.
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The Holston Foundation gave $56,300 to 56 churches and ministries for Coronavirus Emergency Response Grants. These churches and ministries are meeting immediate needs and responding to this crisis. The Holston Foundation had more than $124,000 in requests.
The Holston Conference of the United Methodist Church Foundation, Inc., stewards and seeks financial resources to support the mission and ministry of local churches, institutions, agencies, and programs associated with the Holston Conference.
We do this by:
Maintaining faithfulness to God’s covenant and openness to God’s guidance.
Providing opportunities for people to expand ministries during their lifetimes and to continue ministry beyond their lifetimes.
Being the provider of choice for socially responsible investment management and expertise.
Stimulating awareness of biblical teachings and Wesleyan theological perspectives on faith, money, and generosity.
Managing and giving grants for selected ministry projects.
Raising financial resources through planned giving educational materials and programs.
Providing leadership to enable faithful use and management of God’s resources.
Being a trusted steward of legacies, endowments, and other special-purpose funds placed in our care.
ALCOA, Tenn. -- The Holston Foundation announced today it will give $150,000 to help Holston Conference Camp and Retreat Ministries, the largest gift to any ministry during the foundation's 40-year history. The grant from the Holston Foundation will...
When the pandemic shut down businesses and sent people to shelter in their homes, some people thought about stockpiling toilet paper and food for themselves. United Methodist congregations throughout Holston Conference thought about neighbors whose ...
WYTHEVILLE, Va. -- Mike Pugh sees a change in the people who are coming through for hot lunches at Open Door Café. Since the café closed its dining room and started providing takeouts only, fewer diners are making donations for their meals. Pugh ...