The Signatry

2022 Q1
Impact Report

inspiring revolutionary biblical generosity


chart illustrating grant history

Total grants made since founding: $3.7B


chart illustrating contribution history

Total contributions made since founding: $5.4B


New funds opened
this quarter:


Funds opened since founding:



New nonprofits supported
this quarter:


Nonprofit organizations supported since founding:



Stories of Impact

Trending Cause: Humanitarian Aid & Relief

The Signatry community distributed over 150 grants totaling nearly $2 million to provide emergency relief in Ukraine.

map of Ukraine image of Convoy of Hope distributing aid in Ukraine

Image courtesy of Convoy of Hope

Trending Cause: Outreach

Over $1 million was designated for supporting missionaries around the globe, fueling the spread of the gospel in at least 43 countries. Africa was the top region receiving support, with missionaries being supported in 11 different countries.

map of Africa image of Globlink Foundation work in Africa

Image courtesy of Globelink Foundation

Trending Cause: Health & Human Services

Numerous generous families provided over $650,000 in support of Oklahoma-based Hope Is Alive - including funds to purchase additional mentoring and treatment homes for men and women recovering from addiction.

map of Oklahoma image of home operated by Hope Is Alive

Image courtesy of Hope is Alive


Legacy By Example: The Phillips Family

For the Phillips, family legacy is a daily decision.

Keith and Nancy Phillips, long-time fundholders with The Signatry, decided to practice generosity as a way of life. Beyond giving to causes they care about and neighbors in need, they also wanted to pass this tradition down to their children. They gave their children the tools to practice generosity themselves.

Libby, a third-generation Phillips, recalls, "Early on, I remember my dad or my grandparents going to church together, and they would give me a dollar every Sunday to put in the collection plate. Just to get me in the habit."

As the children grew and began earning their own income, the family worked together to develop a unified giving strategy. The guidelines they landed on spell out a memorable acronym: P.E.E. That, of course, stands for Giving to the Poor, Christian Education, and Evangelism.

"Being able to put some structure around our giving has been really helpful to make sure we’re not just giving haphazardly," says Libby. Having shared access to the family DAF account helps them to further organize their giving around this framework.

The family has established a partnership with Community Care Fellowship, a nonprofit that helps people out of homelessness. Now, Andrew and Libby have been able to use their own business to employ many of the organization’s participants.

"This is a process," says Nancy. "We’re still working toward it. But this is our motivation."


About The Signatry

The Signatry seeks to inspire and facilitate revolutionary biblical generosity across generations. Through donor advised funds and other innovative tools and resources, families are empowered to live generously, modeling biblical values for future generations and making a greater impact for causes that align with their passions. Since its founding in 2000, The Signatry has facilitated sending over $3.7 billion to organizations around the world that are dedicated to solving the world’s greatest problems.

Join the conversation. Get the newsletter.