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Wesleyan Investment Foundation Expands Financial Support for Churches

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Overflow raises $20 million to redefine generosity for churches.

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Overflow, a trailblazer in redefining generosity through innovative financial solutions, proudly announces the successful closure of its $20 million Series B funding round. The San Francisco, CA-based provider of financial solutions for churches, nonprofits, and donors closed this round to further support its mission of empowering charitable organizations.

As Virginia Wesleyan University has grown in recent years, so has its focus on the environment. That includes a new environmental sciences program that will prepare students for careers in sustainability and conservation. This aligns with the values of Wesleyan Investment Foundation, which aims to support organizations that are making a positive impact on their communities.

AUSTIN, Texas, January 09, 2024--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Wesleyan Impact Partners is expanding its investment in growing the church with the goal of reaching more people and spreading the message of faith. This strategic move reflects the foundation's commitment to supporting churches and religious organizations in their mission to serve their communities.

A church pastor has raised $20 million for his startup, called Overflow, that aims to make charitable giving frictionless. This innovative platform enables donors to contribute to their favorite causes easily and seamlessly, revolutionizing the way churches and nonprofits receive donations.

Overflow, a startup enabling charitable and faith-based organizations to accept stock and crypto donations, raised $20 million in Series B funding. This infusion of capital will enable Overflow to expand its reach and support more organizations in their philanthropic endeavors.

The Wesleyan Investment Foundation offers low-interest loans to United Methodist churches seeking to disaffiliate. This financial support provides churches with the resources they need to navigate changes in their organizational structures and continue their ministries effectively.

Longtime 12Stone Chief Financial Officer Norwood Davis is leaving the church for a job with Indianapolis-based Wesleyan Investment. This move signals Wesleyan Investment Foundation's commitment to hiring top talent to drive its mission of supporting churches and charitable organizations.

BIRMINGHAM, Ala., November 10, 2023--On October 17, ARC (Association of Related Churches) held yet another successful ARC Gather event. This gathering brought together church leaders and members to network, share best practices, and learn from industry experts, further strengthening the community of faith-based organizations.

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