Another Season of Outreach Grants
Outreach grants totaling $27,400 have been funded thanks to the incredible leadership of the Charity Golf tournament team and all who participated in this annual fundraising event - virtually this year.
School Clothes for Kids - $3,000
Supply new school supplies and clothing to children ages 5-10 that live in poverty at local Title One School, Yavapai Elementary School. Joint venture with matching funds from the AZ Legacy Fund and the Arizona Diamondbacks. Approximately 6-7 people involved. 8th year of ministry.
Healthy Packs - $3,800
Aids Title 1 school children experiencing weekend hunger by sending them home from school with food on Friday afternoon. Serves seven schools in Scottsdale Unified School District. 11 people involved. 11th year.
Habitat for Humanity - 8,000
Funds used to supplement donations from St. Anthony parishioners to fund the Episcopal Habitat Coalition in building one+ home in 2020. A typical Habitat home costs $100,000 to build/rehab. St. Anthony is a founding member of the Episcopal Coalition of 1998 and has been an active member since. 18-24 people involved. 5th year.
Needlecrafts for Needs - $400
Continued ministry striving to reach more people in areas of AZ and beyond with gifts of prayer shawls, hats, scarves, lap robes, baby items, pillowcases and more. This ministry provides approximately 500 items a year. Funds used to replenish supplies and help grow to other areas. Approximately 12 people involved. 11th year.
MOSA (Men of St. Anthony) - $500
Funds will be utilized to purchase bike supplies/tires for bicycles at the New Leaf East Valley Men’s Center (EVMC). Landis Cyclery provides used bikes that this ministry transports to EVMC. Often, the bikes are in disrepair and the homeless men at the shelter repair them and use as transportation to and from work. Approximately 30 people involved. 12th year.
The Haiti team will not be planning a mission trip this year given the health concerns and political environment in Haiti. The project this year is to fund an electrical system for the school comprised of solar panels and a battery storage system, supplemental with a backup generator for use during adverse weather. Approximately 6 involved. 11th year.
Phoenix Dream Center - $2,500
Where Hope Lives is the portion of the Phoenix Dream Center that is dedicated to helping individuals who have been involved in human trafficking. Last year’s funds were used to assist five young women and men obtain education and working towards their future. Approximately, six people are involved with this ministry. 8th year.