An acute question of our times is whether religious diversity will be cause for tension and strife or opportunity for human flourishing. This plays out strongly in the United States, as we experience a moment of political transition in which religious bigotry has been on the rise. Some have questioned the worthiness of Muslims as American citizens, and anti-Semitism has escalated. The question for the philanthropic community is whether we will be a bold part of furthering a different future – one marked by interfaith cooperation – at a time in which the need could not be clearer.