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Archive for March 2019

Summerhill Community Ministries

Summerhill Community Ministries, Atlanta GA, represented by Emily David and Kaki Phillips, received $8,875 to fund job training programs for at-risk teens ages 15-18 in gang and drug ridden communities.

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MUST Ministries

MUST Ministries Elizabeth Inn, Marietta GA, represented by Caroline Kern,received $8,500 to renovate space for the children and families to use for homework, recreation and fellowship.

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12 Churches

12 Churches, Nicaragua, represented by Everett Sinclair, Luke Sinclair and Edward Lee, received $16,750 to build chicken coops and plant a farm which will provide a sustaining food supply for the community they serve.

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Safehouse Outreach

Safehouse Outreach, Atlanta, GA, represented by Asher and Caleb Ryan, received $5000 to purchase two sets of commercial washers and dryers for the residents and homeless served by Safehouse.

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Carrie Steele-Pitts Home

Carrie Steele-Pitts Home, Atlanta, GA, represented by Julian Munoz and Jovani Simon, received $20,000 to purchase a new 15 passenger van to transport resident children to vital activities and appointments.

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The Collective

Our final award today is a lower school grant, in the amount of $5000, for The Collective-Cumberland Community Church, represented by Anna Figaretti. The Collective at Cumberland is a network of partners from government, business, education and other organizations that are dedicated to restoring the community through employment, education and social development. These funds will be used…

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Sweetwater Mission

Our third award, in the amount of $12,000, goes to Sweetwater Mission, represented by Grace Comstock, Isabel Comstock, Peyton Holsinger, Priscilla Kennedy and Alaina O’Connor. This grant will be used to fund Sweetwater’s Back To School Program, providing school uniforms, backpacks, school supplies and payless shoe gift cards to students in Cobb and Douglas counties.  While…

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Feed My Lambs

Our fourth award, in the amount of $11,000, goes to Feed My Lambs Austell, represented by Kailey Williams and Jackson Williams. Feed My Lambs is a Christ Centered organization that provides preschool for children ages 3-5. They partner with businesses and churches in impoverished communities to help empower at-risk children spiritually, academically, physically and socially. Space…

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Center for Children and Young Adults

Our second award, in the amount of $8,614, goes to the Center for Children and Young Adults, represented by Lexi Kantor. CCYA provides a safe environment with comprehensive services for homeless youth and young adults, mostly here in Cobb County, who have been abused, abandoned, neglected, or are at risk. Young people in shelters face huge educational…

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Effective Ministries/The LINK

Our first award, in the amount of $21,000, goes to Effective Ministries/The LINK, represented by Paulina Bilotti and Carter Vaughan. These funds will be used to build a 3 classroom block building for a Christian school in Niger Africa, the poorest country in the world, where 50% of the population is under the age of 15. The…

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