Church Foundation Awards Grants To Help With Hunger & Education

There are so many important projects over the world that require funding to help people who are incredibly vulnerable. Recently, St. Luke’s Episcopal Foundation awarded over $100,000 to various nonprofits to help in this aim.

All of these grants are meant for the recipient organizations. These funds have been awarded either from “Fund B or Fund C” and for different purposes.

Here’s how the numbers add up: Fund B recipients:


All of the grants in Fund B are meant to serve a global impact.

Here are the grant awards for recipients of Fund C: All of these recipients are domestic organizations engaged in community work mostly located in Rowan County.

In addition to the grant funding that will be allocated through these two funds, St. Luke has also re-pledged Episcopal Relief and Development’s “1000 Days of Love” campaign with a grant in the amount of $20,000. The organization uses its funds to support struggling children and families through their first 1000 days of life.

Rowan Helping Ministries has received a gift of $10,000 which they will put towards COVID-19 relief funds for the community.

In total these funds equal out to $101,080.00 for this cycle.

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