St. Joseph Foundation Awards Health Grants

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The St. Joseph Community Health Foundation has awarded more than $550,000 in local support grants to local community-based groups. The funding focuses on prenatal and infant health, food insecurity, access to quality affordable healthcare, and immigrant/refugee services. 

In addition to providing grants, the St. Joe Foundation also provides programming to fill gaps in services. 

The following grants have been funded from January through May 2019:

  • A Mother’s Hope $33,000 (18-month grant)
  • Healthier Moms and Babies $150,000 (Collateral Loan)
  • Allen County Department of Health  $47,500
  • Amani Family Services $45,000
  • Lutheran Agency for Missions to Burmese (LAMB)  $10,000
  • Associated Churches of Fort Wayne and Allen County $20,000
  • Brightpoint  $7,500
  • Community Transportation Network $35,000
  • Courageous Healing  $20,000
  • Headwaters Counseling  $45,000
  • Northeast Indiana Positive Resource Connection $40,000 (2-year grant)
  • SCAN  $10,000
  • Society of St. Vincent DePaul $1,500
  • Youth for Christ  $10,000
  • Out of a Jam  $1,250
  • Purdue University Fort Wayne $1,500
  • Wellspring Interfaith Social Services $7,200
  • GATE – Growth in Agriculture Through Education $13,450
  • 1023 Foundation - $1,000
  • A Mother’s Hope - $500
  • Beacon Health System/Memorial Hospital - $750
  • Big Brothers, Big Sisters - $2,000
  • Bishop Luers High School - $1,000
  • Boys & Girls Clubs of Fort Wayne - $3,000
  • Bridge of Grace Compassionate Ministry Center - $1,000
  • Brightpoint - $4,500
  • Come As You Are Community Church - $750
  • Early Childhood Alliance - $1,000
  • Faith Lutheran Church - $1,000
  • Fort Wayne Community Schools - $1,520
  • Fort Wayne Housing Authority - $2,500
  • Fort Wayne Parks & Rec. - $600
  • Friendship Baptist Church - $1,000
  • Good Hope Baptist Church - $1,000
  • Healthier Moms & Babies - $1,000
  • Joshua’s Temple - $1,000
  • King’s Chapel Assembly - $500
  • Matthew 25 - $900
  • NAACP Fort Wayne Branch - $1,000
  • New Zion Tabernacle Church - $500
  • Purdue Cooperative Extension Service - $1,000
  • Redemption House - $2,000
  • The Rescue Mission – Charis House - $1,000
  • Shepherd of the City Lutheran Church - $2,000
  • Trinity United Methodist Church - $860
  • Unity Performing Arts Foundation - $1,000
  • Vincent Village - $1,000
  • YMCA Renaissance Pointe - $1,000
  • Youth for Christ - $1,000
  • YWCA - $1,000
  • Associated Churches of Fort Wayne and Allen County  $1,500
  • Just Neighbors Interfaith Homeless Network  $1,500
  • Society of St. Andrew  $1,500
  • The Lighthouse  $1,500
  • The Rose Home $1,500
  • Erin’s House for Grieving Children $2,000
  • Headwaters Counseling $8,864
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