FAQs

This is the place to start for a wide range of PSI answers. If you don’t find the answer you need, then don’t hesitate to pick up the phone or send us an e-mail.

Can PSI give me a list of names or funding sources?

We do not provide donor matches for clients. We are happy to share with our clients how to identify, grow, cultivate and retain donors.

Will PSI give my organization money? We have an inspiring mission!

Regardless of your mission or how inspiring it may be, PSI is not a funder. PSI is more like an association. Our primary goals are not to provide direct funding to other organizations or institutions, but to train them how to create philanthropic partnerships within their communities.

What is the best way to contact PSI?

If you need general contact information, or have a specific question and aren’t sure whom to contact about a PSI program, service, resource, or discount please call 301.680.6131. Contact information is also available throughout the website in relation to the products or services listed. To get specific contact information, or to put a face with a name please visit the "Staff & Board" page of our website.

What are the benefits of joining PSI?

PSI serves the Church as the primary vehicle for philanthropic advocacy, education, operational resources, and professional development. Our mandate and commitment are to advance the ministry of the gospel through philanthropy within the church and its member groups. Click here to see a list of our resources, programs, discounts, and educational tools which will help enhance your development programs.

What is PSI and whom does it serve?

Seventh-day Adventist colleges, universities, The North American Division headquarters, union and conference headquarters, and healthcare systems listed in the Seventh-day Adventist Church yearbook that are fee paying PSI members. This year other institutions have joined that list.