Spring Grant Cycle 2017
Action Ministries Rome– Funds will be used to repair and replace glass windows and make other repairs to building, $8000
Bethany UMC– Funds will go toward a Habitat build, $4000
Garden of Gethsemane Homeless Shelter, Funds will go toward the purchase of metal cabinets, beds, blinds, and commodes, $8000.
Habitat for Humanity – North Central Georgia (Cherokee) – building a Habitat home in Acworth, $5000.
Habitat for Humanity, Griffin– Funds will be used toward building a Habitat House in Griffin, $4000.
Habitat for Humanity, Catoosa County– Funds will be used toward building a Habitat House in Catoosa County, $4000.
Habitat for Humanity Greene County– Funds will be used toward building a Habitat House in Greene County, $4000.
Habitat for Humanity Hall County– Funds will be used toward building a Habitat house in Hall County, $4000.
Habitat for Humanity Southern Crescent– Funds will be used toward building a Habitat house in Fayetteville, $4000.
HOPE Through Divine Intervention– Funds will be used toward purchase of refrigerators for the permanent supportive housing units, $4000.
Interfaith Hospitality Network of Athens, Inc.- Funds will be used to purchase beds for family housing, $7900.
Metropolitan UMC– The funds will be used to purchase appliances (stove, warmer, commercial freezer, commercial refrigerator) and equipment to prepare meals for clients, $5200.
MUST Ministries, Marietta – Funds will be used toward replacing wooden lockers and old bed frames in Elizabeth Inn shelter, $7600.
Salvation Army Atlanta Metro Area Command – funds will allow Salvation Army to purchase a van for transport, $8000.
Shepherd’s Staff Ministries, Inc– Funds will be used to improve transitional houses, $8000.
Action Ministries Athens – day-to-day operating expenses of “Our Daily Bread” kitchen, $1300.
Action Ministries Atlanta – funds will support operating expenses of Women’s Community Kitchen, $1300.
Action Ministries Feed the Hungry -Funds will be used to purchase canned and dry packaged food items for inclusion in emergency hunger relief food boxes, $1300.
Action Ministries Housing – Funds will be used to support the Rapid-Rehousing program, $1300.
Action Ministries Mountain- Will support funds to offer short term rental assistance, $1300.
Augusta Urban Ministries– funds will be used to help provide bike parts and helmets, $1300.
Bascomb Mission Thrift– Funds will be used toward purchase of food for food pantry, $1300.
Bethlehem First UMC– Funds will be used toward purchasing supplemental food for food distribution ministry, $1300.
Brookhaven UMC – purchasing food, underwear, socks and toiletry items to distribute to needy persons, $1300
Clarkston UMC – purchasing food for church’s community food pantry, serving the needy, homeless, refugee, and immigrant population of Clarkston, $1300.
Faith UMC– purchasing supplemental food for Backpack Buddies program, $1300.
Family Promise of New Rock– Funds will be used toward operating expenses of transporting guests within the network, $1300.
Family Promise of North Fulton/DeKalb– Funds will be used toward operating expenses to continue to serve families experiencing homelessness, $1300.
Flat Shoals UMC, Decatur – purchasing food and hygeine items for community pantry, $1200.
Georgia Food and Resource Center– This grant will enhance the ability to provide nutritious food to those in need throughout the service area, $1300
Helping Hands Ending Hunger – Funds will be used to purchase food items from the Chattanooga Food Bank to give to children in the Trion City Schools and Chatooga County Schools, $1300.
Inside Ministry– Funds will be used to support staff salaries, $1300.
Intown Collaborative Ministries, Atlanta – Funds will support the operation of the food pantry, $1300.
Jerusalem House, Inc., Atlanta – Awarded funds will defray general operating costs across all programs while during the expansion of the Scattered Site II Program by 200 units and finish launching New Horizons program, $1300.
Midtown Assistance Center, Atlanta – Funds will be used to purchase MARTA passes for individuals experiencing homelessness, $1300.
Mt. Zion UMC Atlanta – support for food pantry which provides sack lunches to the community every day, $1300.
New Covenant UMC-Funds will be used to purchase materials for River of Life Project, $1300.
Our House, Inc. Funds will be used for supplies for the Early Childhood Education program, $1300.
South Hall Community Food Pantry– Grant will be used to purchase food to serve over 400 families, $1300.
Southwest Ecumenical Emergency Assistance Ministry Center– funds will be used to provide porta-potties for families seeking service, $1300.
St. James UMC Augusta– Funds will be used to purchase food and toiletry items for those in the community who seek assistance at the church, $1300.
Stone Mountain Cooperative Ecumenical Ministry, Funds will help families remain in their homes after receiving past due notices on mortgage and rent, $1300.
Sweetwater Mission, Inc.., Austell – providing rent assistance for families in crisis to prevent homelessness, $1300.