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Support Us

In order for Jubilee to happen in New Haven, we need support from people like you. Such an expansive vision of transformation--of Jubilee--requires financial backing. This can come in a diverse range of ways, whether it's giving $10 a month or giving $500--or $5,000--one-time or loaning $50,000 to the Jubilee Loan Fund. Such an initiative will require the cumulative efforts of hundreds of people. We invite you to join us in this way.

We are a registered 501(c)3 organization. All donations are tax-deductible. Our legal name is "Borden Ministries" right now, but we are in the process of officially changing our name to "Jubilee New Haven."

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In the Old Testament, God provided a way for people to meet the basic needs of those on the margins. On top of regular gifts to the house of God, people were to leave the edges of the field for those in need. In a sense, giving monthly is a way to leave the edges of the field. We invite you to join us in this way.

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For some, you may be motivated to provide a one-time gift as a tangible display of generosity and support. These gifts add up as people from around the world choose to give in this way. 

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One of the biggest financial obstacles for transformative housing work is financing. Investors who buy homes in our neighborhood  can often buy cash for properties before homeowners or non-profits can do anything. In New York, a church denomination provided a no-interest loan that facilitated the rapid growth of the Nehemiah Homes project. In this project, a group of historically Black churches led an initiative to construct over 2,000 homes to sell affordably to local residents. We are inviting supporters to partner with us in this way: to provide low-interest loans that catalyze community development. We can provide flexible options with regard to the precise interest rate and length of the loan term. Please contact us if you are interested in contributing to the Jubilee Loan Fund.

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