WHOFBCIWhite House Office of Faith-Based and Community Initiatives
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To address these challenges, the WHOFBCI and each of the agency FBCI Centers sponsored a series of repeating, regional conferences and workshops in major cities across the country to provide information about government funding processes and opportunities, and to build organizational readiness.
Information and training conferences sponsored by the WHOFBCI and agency FBCI centers reached in excess of 1,000 religious and secular organizations nationwide (Wright 2009).
There are two primary sources of data on these funding patterns: reports released by the WHOFBCI, and reports from The Religion Roundtable of the Rockefeller Institute of Government at SUNY Albany under a commission by the Pew Charitable Trusts.
The WHOFBCI has torn down past regulations on religious organizations' hiring practices, displays of religious symbols, eligibility requirements for federal grants, and opportunities to obtain government-forfeited properties.
Numbers were not captured for how many organizations filed for 501(c)(3) status based on training from the 28 conferences held across the country by WHOFBCI during the past six years.
The key words buzzing from the first days of the WHOFBCI remain there today.