Operating Support for Outreach, Education and Performances
Year Grants Made in 2014
Arts and Culture $32,000
Hunter Art Explorers: Helping Children and Families Discover the Visual Arts
Children and Youth Services $55,000
Summer Lunch Program – to provide a nutritious lunch for 350 – 400 children during the summer
$50 per player for uniforms (purchased every three years). Each player needs a reversible uniform top/ shorts (home/away) to be able to play in tournaments
Prevention and Intervention Services
Supporting programs for at-risk children
Hamilton County Title 1 Elementary Education Program
Story Creators afterschool art and literacy education program for poor and homeless elementary school children in the East Lake neighborhood and other low-income neighborhoods (provided for free to the students)
The Chattanooga Salvation Army School of Music & Art (SOMA)
Health and Human Services $144,250
Emergency Response: Chattanooga Food Box Program. Capital Expansion Project: Increasing capacity to meet strategic food distribution and nutrition goals.
Food and Shelter for the Homeless
Keeping the Lights On – Helping Homeless Families become stable, employed, housed and successfully returned to self-sufficiency.
The Just Two More Campaign
The Emergency Direct Assistance Program provides financial help with utilities, food, prescriptions, and offers a Christmas program including food and toys, and school supply distribution.
The Rape Crisis Center provides comprehensive service to survivors of sexual assault including forensic exams which are provided at no cost
Strengthening survivors of domestic violence to be self-sufficient through education and empowerment.
We are requesting general operating support for The Next Door Chattanooga Correctional Release Center.
Funds will be used to operate the clinic for one week while providing medical care for a minimum of 110 patient visits.
Capital improvements, Enhanced personnel for ministries and Broadened ministry Programs