Grants through the foundation
The purpose of the grants process is to support and further the ministries, programs, and outreach of St. Paul’s United Methodist Church. The Foundation seeks grant applications from organizations and ministries which support the needs of children, youth, adults, and senior adults in the Houston area, in our nation, and throughout the world. Special attention is given to those agencies that are connected to St. Paul’s UMC and its members and which support those in need and at risk.
If you have any questions, contact Rev. Rick Goodrich at firstname.lastname@example.org.
St. Paul’s Foundation Grant Recipients 2016
The Grant Committee of the St. Paul’s Methodist Foundation of Houston made 18 grants during 2016, totaling $58,590. This brings the total grants made over the 56 years of the St. Paul’s Methodist Foundation to more than $8.5 million.
The grants were made domestically for senior adult ministries, children’s ministries, youth ministries, support for the homeless, help for immigrants, help for those who live in poverty, and prison ministries, as well as support for mission work in Africa and in Bolivia.
- After School Program
- Amazing Place
- Child Advocates
- Emmanuel Luz de Vida in
- Emergency Aid Coalition
- Holly Hall Retirement Community
- IMGH Meals on Wheels
- Justice for Our Neighbors Houston
- Encounter with Christ in Latin America and the Caribbean
- Prison Entrepreneurship Program
- ProjectCURATE: Iconoclast
- SEARCH Homeless Services
- Small Steps Nurturing Center
- The Beacon
- The Life Center
- Wesley Community Center
- Work Faith Connection
- Zoe Ministries