Question by : Outreach Programs Questions….?
Does anyone know how long it typically takes to get money from an outreach program. Like, If you go there, say you need money, do you get it that day? Or how does the whole process work. Please help. Thank you!
Answer by Smarty
If you go to a church they will help you today, if you are so inclined. I have not heard of any other outreach programs.
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Question by thewingschurch: We are a small Church wanting to start outreach programs?
Are there any grants programs available to fund the start-up cost of outreach programs and if so where do we find them because we have looked.
Answer by roderick_young
It seems to me that if you’re small, you should start with outreach programs that match your size. Maybe one person is divorced, and can start a group with 3-4 other divorced people looking for advice. Maybe one guy likes cycling, could start doing rides on Saturday. Maybe you have someone that wants to start a quilting circle. Or a couple teenagers that want to make 2 sandwiches a week, and take them to skid row to hand out to a homeless person.
There’s a lot you can do without it costing anything, and besides, money is hard to come by in these times.
Another thing you could do is tag along with another, larger Church’s outreach programs. Why not, it still builds the Kingdom?
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Question by thewingschurch: We are a small church building outreach programs?
Are there any grant writers/ non-profit professionals that know how to secure funds for these programs that would donate some time and experience to help us make this happen?
Answer by PiggiePants
Contact the Taproot Foundation – they match up nonprofit professionals with worthy organizations. You will have to make an application, but the next deadline is March 1, so you have a little time to prepare.
Service Grants Program
Unlike traditional foundations that make cash grants, the Taproot Foundation makes grants of high-quality, professional consulting services, called Service Grants. Through our Service Grants, we are working to provide high-potential nonprofit organizations with the tools and services necessary to maximize the impact of their critical work in the community. We believe that the right capacity-building Service Grant, at the right time, can greatly enhance the ability of an organization to serve its constituents.
Each Service Grant is executed by a team of professionals who volunteer their time and expertise to help the community. Unlike a lot of pro bono work, we guarantee these professionals will deliver high-quality services, customized to meet specific objectives.
see more at their site, including application details.
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