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Ways to Help


Would you like to support Just Neighbors IHN with a one time or regular donation to our mission of helping homeless families? If so, please click on the DONATE button above and complete the form. We and the homeless families we serve are very grateful for your support. Thank you!


Amazon Smile

Support Just Neighbors IHN by shopping at Amazon Smile using the following link.  A percentage of your eligible purchases will be donated to Just Neighbors IHN.  There is no charge to you.  Note:  Our legal name, Interfaith Hospitality Network of Greater Fort Wayne, must be used for this purpose.

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Neighborhood Assistance Program (NAP)

Just Neighbors Interfaith Homeless Network is one of just 180 not-for-profits in Indiana to receive Indiana State tax credits under the Neighborhood Assistance Program, also known as NAP.  Under this program, donors receive back 50% of their donation in the form of credits, which can be used to decrease your state income tax liability.  Eligible donors also include any business or organization that has an Indiana income tax liability.  Please contact our controller at 260-458-9772 for further information about NAP credit tax eligibility.


Thrivent Choice

Members of Thrivent can designate a portion of their eligible premiums or contract values to Just Neighbors Interfaith Homeless Network.  There is no charge.  Thrivent is a Fortune 500 not-for-profit membership organization.  Visit the Thrivent website for details.  


Corporate Sponsorship

As a private, not-for-profit organization serving homeless families in the greater Fort Wayne area, we are continually looking for corporations and organizations that share our heart for homeless families. If your corporation or group would like to support Just Neighbors Interfaith Homeless Network in its mission, we would be happy to talk with you about how you can be involved. Please contact our Executive Director Rev. Dr. Terry Anderson at 260-458-9772.


Privacy Policy

Just Neighbors IHN retains information on all donors who contribute or participate in Just Neighbors IHN as donors or volunteers.  We collect contact information (name, address, phone, email addresses) and volunteer hours and assignments through checks and credit card donations on our website.

We use this contact information to distribute our newsletter, annual or special solicitation letters, recruitment of volunteers, and informational mailings.  We use aggregate data for program improvement and auditing purposes.

Donors may be recognized in our publications.  Gift acknowledgment letters and gift reply envelopes inform donors that their names may be listed in publications unless they notify Just Neighbors IHN that their gift should be kept anonymous.  Notification should be communicated to the Development Director.

Donor information is entered into a database where it is stored on Just Neighbor's donor data bse.  Only designated staff members can access the database with usernames and passwords.

We collect sensitive information (credit card donations) using PayPal.  PayPal protects information using physical, technical, and administrative security measures to reduce the risks of loss, misuse, unauthorized access, disclosure and alteration.  Some of the safeguards PayPal uses are firewalls and data encryption, physical access controls to our data centers, and information access authorization controls.

In addition, Just Neighbors policies define the limits of staff access and use of donor information.

Just Neighbors IHN does not rent, exchange or sell donor information or use tracking software to grab personal information about visitors to our website.  Donors may opt out of mail or email contacts from us by notifying Just Neighbors IHN as follows:

Phone:  260-458-9772

Mail:     2925 E State Blvd., Fort Wayne IN 46805



IRS Determination Letter

IRS Determination Letter


IRS 990 Form 

IRS 990 Form 

IRS 990 Form 2015

IRS 990  Form 2016 


HMIS Notice of Privacy Practices

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