The 2018 Grant Semi-Finalists
100% of all donations will be awarded in the form of grants at the Fall event on October 26, 2018
(click on links below for websites and more information)
Mount Bethel Human Services Corp
Requesting a grant of $100,000 to purchase 2 vans to provide transportation and mentoring to at risk youth.
Urban Youth Impact
Requesting a grant of $77,147 to construct a SMART teaching kitchen, serving 130 inner-city youth of West Palm Beach grades K-9
South Florida Bible College & Theological Seminary, Inc.
Requesting a grant of $35,000 to purchase a 12-15 passenger van to be used on mission trips by students/staff/volunteers for evangelism in the community
First Priority South Florida
Requesting a grant of $80,000 to establish and sustain 40 middle and high school clubs in Miami Dade, resulting in a First Priority club in 50% of the schools in that area.
Living Water Christian Counseling Center
Requesting a grant of $40,500 to provide healing and restoration to those who can't afford it
The 2017 Grant Finalists
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The 2016 Grant Finalists
The mission of Sheridan House Family Ministries, Inc. is to honor Christ, by serving the needs of children and families. Click Here to find out more about Sheridan House.
The vision of Heart2Heart Senior Outreach is to provide residents in South Florida long term care centers with regular and consistent visitation with the opportunity to experience the love of Jesus Christ through caring relationships. Click Here to find out more about Heart2Heart Senior Outreach.
Taylor’s Closet’s mission is to create a community in which girls in need will be empowered to break the cycle of abuse and neglect and live happy, healthy, and productive lives, realizing their God given destiny. Click Here to find out more about Taylor’s Closet’s.
First Care recognizes the struggle and fear surrounding an unplanned pregnancy and empowers each woman with the truth, compassion, medical care, and support she needs to choose life for her unborn baby. Click Here to find out more about First Care.
The 2015 Grant Finalists
The foundation of our great country is our families, and every child deserves a strong, healthy family. We work with children and adults all over the state. Through our coaching, counseling, classes, and retreats, we are able to improve relationships, strengthen marriages, and keep families together. Click Here to find out more about Live the Life.
Grant awarded to support partnership with Pivot Charter Middle school in Broward County, to train and certify 15 new instructors in Real Essentials curriculum, enabling them to work with students and parents toward strengthening the families.
A multi-denominational network in South Florida. We identify, develop and resourse leaders in Metropolitan South Florida to start new churches.
Click Here to find out more about Renew South Florida.
Grant awarded to support the addition of 10 new Fellows and one new Strategic Church Plant.
A non-profit organization that provides low-income, middle and high school students with free daily, mentoring, tutoring, and servant leadership development. Our nation has a dropout epidemic. About 1.3 million students drop out every year. That’s 7,000 a day! At Firewall, we challenge the statistics and prove that with the right academic help and involvement, these at-risk students can not only survive, but thrive. Click Here to find out more about Firewall Centers.
Grant awarded to fund entire start-up year of Firewall’s daily after-school tutoring and mentoring Center at Lauderhill 6-12 STEM-MED Magnet School.
The 2014 Grant Finalists
Trees of Hope
Trees of Hope is committed to healing the wounds of sexual abuse and equipping communities to safeguard their children.
It is important that as a community we are equipped to teach about the effects of sexual abuse and how we can prevent another child from experiencing this horrific act. We have a team of volunteers who are passionate about spreading the word of prevention and equipping communities to safeguard their children.
The Well of Sychar
Our mission is to Set the Captives Free. To provide counseling and shelter for women and their children who have suffered under the affects of domestic abuse. To assist, through principles set forth by Jesus, in overcoming the arrested emotional and spiritual development due to abuse. To break the generational curse and thereby give the children a future based on Godly living rather than violence.