World Hunger Grants

www.cofchrist.org/world-hunger

Congregations and mission centers interested in receiving a World Hunger grant must focus on providing support for one or more of the following priority areas:

  • Basic human needs of hunger, poverty, nutrition, and health
  • Environmental ministries relevant to agriculture, food supply, and production
  • Gardening or shared production for survival in rural, urban, or high-rise communities
  • Community development programs responsive to the needs of the hungry using local resources and leadership
  • Human rights advocacy related to hunger and poverty issues
  • Multicultural issues, including awareness and education on hunger and poverty
  • Hunger-related ministries with children, youth, and adults


Tangible Love Grants

www.cofchrist.org/tangible-love

Congregations and mission centers interested in receiving a Tangible Love grant must focus on providing support for one or more of the following priority areas:

  • Basic human needs—physical, mental, health, employment, social, and education
  • Environmental ministries
  • Human rights advocacy, multicultural issues, community awareness, and education
  • Reconciliation and/or conflict resolution initiatives, including training
  • Reentry for ex-offenders, veterans, or services for domestic violence survivors
  • After-school tutoring programs, adult and immigrant education
  • Peace and justice ministries with children, youth, young adults, and neighborhoods

 

Food Pantry Guide

www.cofchrist.org/food-pantry-guide

Congregational, faith, and community-based organizations desiring to provide outreach services through food pantry projects should consider if they want to initiate a new food pantry service or support an existing one. Key to the decision is the organization’s ability to foster and sustain the necessary financial and volunteer resources. Please use the online guide to help your organization decide how to move forward with your food pantry project.