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Organization Project Interfaith
History Started December 2004 by Beth Katz, Project Interfaith has since formally incorporated and received tax-exempt status, we are grateful for the generosity and continued partnership of the ADL Plains States Regional Office and UNO CPACS as well as that of our many other supporters and donors.
City Omaha, Nebraska. USA
Values Integrity, relationships, innovation, dynamism, inclusiveness, excellence, emposerment
Vision strives to create a community and world where people of all faiths, beliefs and cultures are valued, included and protected. As such, we seek to serve as a leader and resource on interfaith relations and religious & cultural diversity
Mission grows understanding, respect and relationships among people of all faiths, beliefs and cultures.
Goals seek to serve resource on interfaith relations and religious and cultural diversity
Approach develops creative programs, training and workshops to build and sustain understanding, respect, and relationships among people of all faiths and beliefs and that promote a deeper understanding of and respect for religious diversity. Our values enable us to embody and model our vision for the community through our policies, programs, and actions. Community members will only develop a sense of pride, investment and ownership in Project Interfaith if they see both themselves reflected in the composition of the organization and our vision and mission realized through our behavior and actions.
Structure relies on funding from individuals, community and family foundations, corporations, and revenue from our fee-for-service programs to cover its operational and programmatic costs.
Scale Moderate
Scope Local
Activity Art and multimedia learning projects. Religious and cultural diversity workforce development. Children interfaith story time and show and tell at the farmers market. Dialogue and pluralism events.
Religion Secular, All-faith
Words respect, community
Acronym PI
Contact 115 South 49th Avenue, Omaha, NE 68132