Grace Brethren Investment Foundation

Throughout our 65-year history, GBIF has navigated through plenty of economic challenges. Through it all, God has been faithful and we continue to serve our customers, churches, and organizations throughout the Charis Fellowship.  During this most recent crisis, Indiana’s “stay-at-home” order reflects the understanding that financial institutions are a critical piece of the nation’s economic infrastructure, and may remain open for business as usual.

On Wednesday, March 25, GBIF adjusted its open business hours to 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m., during which staff will be available to customers by phone and email. Our drive-thru window will be open to local customers from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. Monday through Friday.

While the current situation has required us to modify how we deliver service to protect our employees and our customers, rest assured that we are here to help. We are fully staffed and ready to meet your investment and/or loan needs. We understand that you may be experiencing stress and new challenges right now, and we are here to navigate this uncharted territory with you.

Thank you for your steadfast loyalty and partnership with us. We remain committed to serving you.  We’re in this together, fully dependent on our Lord to lead us, as we look forward to the future.



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NOTE: This website shall not constitute an offer to sell or the solicitation of an offer to buy, nor shall there be any sale of Investment Accounts, in any state or other jurisdiction in which the Foundation has not authorized the making of any such offer, solicitation or sale (or in any manner or to any persons not consistent with any limitations on such authorization). The offering is made to eligible persons in authorized states or other jurisdictions solely by the Foundation's Prospectus, which more fully describes certain risks involved in a purchase of Investment Accounts. The Investment Accounts are unsecured obligations of the Foundation that are not insured or guaranteed by any government agency or other third party.