"What would our communities look like if businesses tithed?" Quite honestly, we don't know, but we aim to find out. From day one, Faithonomics is committed to donating 10% of our profits in unrestricted funds to The Shalom Project to challenge poverty on a hyperlocal level. Learn more about The Shalom Project via the link below.
We recognize that everyone's financial reality is different. Placing our service fees on a sliding scale opens up the opportunity for organizations of all sizes and faith leaders of all income brackets to utilize our services and increase their financial fluency.
Simply put we believe unpaid internships are unethical and exploitative. We also believe that internships provide organizations with fresh energy, ideas, and wonderings while providing a unique opportunity for vocational exploration on behalf of the intern. So, will we have interns? Yes. But they will be compensated for their unique talents and contributions to our company.
We promise this. We will never pay an employee minimum wage. In fact, our goal is to move beyond the "living wage" conversation to advocate for what we call a thriving wage or a wage where our employees holistically flourish.
Beginning in 2022, we are committed to publishing an annual impact report.
Files coming soon.