See Our 2013 Grants

Brittani and Azara - fall 2010


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Our House provides quality childcare for homeless children.

Rapha Clinic of West Georgia offers healthcare to poor and homeless persons.

Hope House in Blairsville provides rent and utility assistance to needy people in Union County.

Guests line up outside MUST in Marietta.

Spring 2014

Capital Grants

Athens Nurses Clinic – To purchase equipment for medical exams for homeless and low-income persons, $2,230.00

Covenant House Georgia, Atlanta – For renovations to increase capacity to serve more homeless youth, $10,000

Faith UMC Smyrna -, for building Habitat for Humanity house in Cobb County, $5,000

Family Promise Hall County – for renovation of house in Flowery Branch for transitional housing for homeless families, $10,000

Habitat for Humanity, North Central Georgia – for building a house in Cherokee County, $5,000

Habitat for Humanity, Gwinnett County – for building a house, $5,000

Isaiah House, Ellijay – to enlarge and renovate home for homeless addicted men, $10,000

New Covenant UMC, Douglasville – to renovate houses for low-income people through River of Life program, $4,000

Salvation Army, Athens – to purchase equipment for shelter, $3,100

Salvation Army, Gainesville – to purchase kitchen equipment, $2,700

Salvation Army, Toccoa – to replace carpet and flooring in service center, $10,000

Square Foot Ministry – for building materials to renovate 3 houses in Griffin, $5,000

Sugar Hill UMC – for materials for home renovation projects for low-income homeowners, $2,500

Operational Grants

Action Ministries Athens – To support Our Daily Bread hunger relief program, $1,500.00

Action Ministries Atlanta – to support Women’s Community Kitchen, providing homeless and poor women with lunch and other services, $1,500

Action Ministries Feed the Hungry – to purchase food for food boxes distributed to homeless and working poor families, $1,500

Action Ministries Gainesville – to pay a portion of staff salaries, $1,500

Action Ministries Housing – to support case management for transitional housing and supportive services for families of veterans, $1,500

Brookhaven UMC – to purchase food, underwear, socks and hygiene items for people in recovery programs, $1,500

Central UMC, Atlanta – to purchase food , toiletries and hygiene items to serve transient, homeless, and needy people in community, $1,500

Collins Memorial UMC, Atlanta – to purchase food for church food pantry, $1,500

Family Promise of Gwinnett, Inc. – to pay for van expenses for transporting homeless families, $1,500

Flat Shoals UMC, Decatur – for feeding program for needy persons in community, $1,500

Hope UMC, Dallas – to support backpack program for children who receive free lunches at school, $1,500

Jerusalem House, Inc., Atlanta – to support housing programs for persons and families affected by HIV/AIDS, $1,500

Jonesboro First UMC – to purchase food for pantry serving low-income persons, $1,500

Metropolitan UMC, Rome – to purchase food for food pantry, $1,500

Midtown Assistance Center – to prevent homelessness by helping low-income working people with past due rent and utilities, $1,500

Mt. Zion UMC Atlanta – to purchase food for sack lunches and meals for homeless and needy persons, $1,500

Ringgold UMC – to help people in need of short-term emergency lodging and storage of belongings, $1,500

Rivertown UMC – to support the food pantry program and to provide summer meals for children and youth, $1,500

Shepherd’s Staff Ministries, Inc., Loganville – to provide emergency, transitional and permanent housing for homeless individuals and families, $1,500

Southwest Ecumenical Emergency Assistance Center, Inc. – to purchase toiletry items for “Totes for Hope” for homeless persons, $1,500

Union Chapel UMC (New Hope Ministry), Marietta, to help with transportation expenses for homeless and low-income persons

Fall 2014 

Capital Grants

Abba House – For modular building to be used by residential program for women and children healing from abuse, $5,000.00

Breakthru House, Inc., Decatur – for capital repairs and new appliances for houses serving homeless addicted women, $5,000

Emmaus House, LaGrange – to weatherize Emma’s Attic, a used clothing store where homeless women in their shelter work, $5,000

Essence of Hope, Inc., Atlanta – to purchase a passenger van, $5,000

Family Promise of Cobb County – to purchase a passenger van, $5,000

Flint Circuit Council on Family Violence, Inc. (Haven House), McDonough – to purchase a new van to transport women in domestic violence shelter, $5,000

Good Neighbor Homeless Shelter, Cartersville – purchase of appliances, $1,750

Habitat for Humanity – North Central GA – building a home in Forsyth Co., $2,500

Habitat for Humanity Rome & Floyd County – rehabilitation of a house in Cedartown, $2,500

Hope House, Blairsville – to update office equipment, $1,250

HOPE Through Divine Intervention, Inc. – replacing delapidated furniture in apartments serving chronically homeless men, $3,976

MUST Ministries, Marietta – repairs to Elizabeth Inn emergency shelter, $5,000

Our House, Inc. – renovation of emergency shelter bathrooms at shelter for women with infants, $5,000

Rainbow Village, Inc. — purchasing computers for staff for expanding transitional housing program, $2,500

Trinity Community Ministries, Atlanta – purchasing and installation of technology to support operation of 36-bed housing program for homeless men, $3,250

Operational Grants

Action Ministries – Smart Lunch, Smart Kid – providing sack lunches to children in homeless families living in extended stay hotels, $1,500

The Drake House, Roswell – to support salary and materials to help teens whose families are in emergency housing, $1,500

The Extension, Inc., Marietta – salary of winter shelter staff, $1,500

Housing Initiative of North Fulton (Homestretch), Roswell – toward salary of Family Coordinator for homeless families living in transitional housing, $1,500

Interfaith Outreach Home, Inc., Doraville – utility expenses for family transitional housing program, $1,500

Jodeco Road UMC, Stockbridge – purchasing food to distribute to poor and homeless people in community, $1,500

MUST Ministries , Smyrna – to purchase food for Smyrna service center, $1,500

Norcross Cooperative Ministry – motel/hotel assistance to provide temporary lodging, $1,500

Rapha Clinic of West Georgia, Inc., Bowdon – purchasing supplies for clinic serving low-income and homeless persons, $1,500

Rapha Clinic of West Georgia, Inc. , Temple – purchasing dental supplies for clinic that serves poor and homeless persons, $1,500

Toco Hills Community Alliance, Atlanta – to help low-income persons with rent and utility assistance, $1,500

Trinity UMC, Atlanta – to support operating expenses of Trinity Table Soup Kitchen, $1,500









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