Stewarding our Financial Resources
Explore the financial principles the Center for Action and Contemplation uses to realize our mission.
In 2020, the Center for Action and Contemplation adopted a set of key financial principles built upon Richard Rohr’s theological themes around money. The key financial principles inform all our financial decisions across the organization including how we spend, steward, and share our financial resources.
The Financial Philosophy provides a new grounding for our ongoing experimentation and reflection on how organizations like ours can help realize our mission through an alternative praxis around money. Ultimately, our aim is to build relationships that help us all to wake up to the sacredness of everything and relate to money as nothing more (or—perhaps even more daringly—nothing less!) than a tool for building a world that reflects that reality.Michael Poffenberger, Executive Director
Explore our Financial Philosophy in Action
If you would like to learn more about our finances and how your donations help us pursue our mission of awakening a more loving world, we invite you to view our financial philosophy in action through our Audit Reports, 990 Forms, and Annual Reports. Additional years will become available as they are published. If you have questions about our finances, you can send us an email at [email protected].