The work of the Virginia Interfaith Center is supported through the generosity of individuals, congregations, religious institutions and national  foundations. In addition, we partner with a number of state and national secular and religious organizations.


Center for American Progress
Consumer Health Foundation
Evangelical Lutheran Church in America
Four Freedoms Foundation Grant
Meyer Foundation
Moriah Fund
Robert Wood Johnson Foundation

Religious Institutions and Faith Based Organizations
Arlington Interfaith Council
Baptist General Convention
Christian Church in Virginia (Disciples of Christ)
Church of the Brethren – Virlina District
Episcopal Diocese of Southern Virginia
Episcopal Diocese of Southwestern Virginia
Episcopal Diocese of Virginia
Harrisonburg and Rockingham Interfaith Association
Holston Conference, United Methodist Church
Jewish Community Relations Council of Greater Washington
Metro Washington Synod, Evangelical Lutheran Church in America
National Capitol Presbytery
Potomac Association, United Church of Christ
Presbytery of Eastern Virginia
Presbytery Of the James
Religious Society of Friends
Richmond Rabbinical Association
Shenandoah Presbytery
Virginia Conference, United Methodist Church
Virginia Council of Churches
Virginia Muslim Coalition
Virginia Synod, Evangelical Lutheran Church in America
Unitarian Universalists for Social Justice

Organizational Partners
Bread for the World
Center for American Progress
Center on Budget & Policy Priorities
Commonwealth Institute
SALT (Social Action Linking Together)
SEIU Virginia 512
United Virginia
Virginians for Alternatives to the Death Penalty
Virginia Coalition of Latino Organizations
Virginia Civic Engagement Table
Virginia Organizing
Virginia New Majority
Virginia Partnership to Encourage Responsible Lending
Virginia Poverty Law Center
Virginians for Responsible Gun Laws
Voices for Virginia’s Children