benefitted by 2013 Golf Tournament
The $19,500 proceeds of the 2013 Golf Tournament were used by the ministries listed below, in addition to supporting youth outreach ministry at St. Anthony.
School Clothes for Kids - $1,300
A collaborative effort with Baptist Hospital Health System Legacy Foundation with the Assistance League of Phoenix and the Arizona Diamondbacks to provide school clothing and needs to identified Title1 children.
Kid's Kare Klinic - $3,600
A partnership between St. Anthony and St. Andrew in Nogales, AZ to assist three infants in need of cleft palate surgery including post-op treatment and rehabilitation.
Healthy Packs - $1,800
A weekend program with Scottsdale schools to help children identified by teachers and social workers who will not have food for the weekend. These children have food placed in their backpacks to take home.
Needlecraft for Needs - $1,500
A growing ministry with 179 pieces of handcrafted items such as hats, scarves and prayer shawls distributed in 2012 and 310 in 2013. Prayer shawls are handmade and blessed by clergy of St. Anthony to be distributed to those suffering physically, mentally or spiritually.
Habitat for Humanity - $1,300
St. Anthony is part of the Episcopal Coalition of HfH, and these funds subsidize local building projects in which our team participates.
East Valley Men's Center Bicycle Repair Shop - $1,000
MOSA, the men's ministry of St. Anthony continues to support the repair shop that they opened two years ago at the center with golf tournament funds. Over 100 residents have been able to maintain their transportation to sustain employment.
Fast Tracking the Dream - $2,500
A new collaboration with MOSA, the men's ministry of St. Anthony, A New Leaf, United Way and Mesa
Community College with this program to assist a resident of the East Valley Men's Center in minimizing or removing financial barriers to a college education. This is a matching grant program with client financial participation.
Global Outreach Rwanda - $3,000
Full funding for ten scholarships for women in Rwanda to study at Muhabura Integrated
Polytechnic College to provide skills and education otherwise unavailable to them to support their families.
The grants reflect collaborative and innovative ways our ministries have reached out to assist those in need locally, regionally and globally.