The Northwest Baptist Foundation welcomes you to our new website! If you have a few moments, please do the following:
We would love to hear from you. Click on any “Contact Us” button and tell us what you think.
Check out our new logo! The Northwest Baptist Foundation has long been identified by our “Foundation blue” oval, indeed it has been our signature since 1996.
Much care went into the design of this new piece. The beauty of the Cross is the key part of our lives and our desire is to make it known to all whom we come in contact with.
So after many discussions and countless proofs, this is now our new look. Thank you to those clients who have taken the time to call or write, letting us know how much you love the change.
In addition to the Foundation’s new website, we have added a piece of artwork in our foyer. When you walk into the front doors of the Foundation, you will now be greeted by something we feel represents more of the geographical context of our area.
Stop by and take a look next time you're in town!
Foundation employees are passionate about helping Northwest churches stay on top of legal and tax issues. The Foundation has created the “Dirty Dozen” - 12 critical operational issues for your church to consider.
#1 of the “Dirty Dozen”:
Maintain active corporate status for the church - Protect your members from potential personal liability. File your annual report with the state in which you currently are incorporated.
If it’s time for you to complete your annual report, pick your state below, and follow the directions:
Earlier this year, one of the Foundation's most beloved trustors passed away. Mildred McGlothlin, affectionately called “Mildred Mac” or just “Mac” was born in 1916 in Hannibal, Missouri, and passed away on March 23, 2016, at the age of 99. Mac had a love affair with books and enjoyed reading all her life. Her studies led her to complete a Christian seminary degree.
In 2011, Mac moved into an assisted living facility in Vancouver, Washington. She enjoyed getting mail and visitors, especially children. Mildred also had a wonderful sense of humor that did not dull with age! She had a