General Operating Support
Year Grants Made in 2017
Arts and Culture $58,125
Magic Markers is an innovative, arts-based summer work readiness initiative targeting underserved, inner-city East Chattanooga youth, ages 14 to 18 years old.
Children and Youth Services $115,000
Summer Lunch Program: to provide lunches and snacks for 350-400 children during summer ($15,000) and matching grant to support the Stake ‘n Burger Dinner ($10,000)
Sack Pack Program
Intervention, Clinical and Prevention Services
Tearing Down walls and Rebuilding Lives
Hamilton County Title 1 Elementary Education Program
Innovative Out of School Time Programming
When a Mountain Transforming Lives, Inspires Change: Partnership with At-Risk at The Howard School
Providing Financial Assistance to Learning Challenged Students in Need at Skyuka Hall
Health and Human Services $122,850
Breast Cancer Support Services Educational Programming
The Home Place
Improving the quality of life while getting off the streets.
Therapeutic Transitional Housing Services
Empower teaches low-income residents simple low and no cost techniques to reduce their utility bills.
The Emergency Direct Assistance Program
End the Violence through LAP
Funds will be used to operate the clinic for two weeks while providing medical care for a minimum of 220 patient visits
Empowering underserved entrepreneurs in Chattanooga
Community Education and Volunteer Training Room for Walden’s Ridge Emergency Service Headquarters.
Expenses for Capital projects, and expenses for operations and church programs.