Episcopal Fund for Human Needs (EFHN) Awards Grants

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The diocesan Episcopal Fund for Human Need (EFHN) has awarded over 30 agencies 2016 grants totaling nearly $42,000. The grants will support the work of providing basic human services including food distribution, caring for children and the elderly, and offering emergency assistance for needs such as utilities and transportation. Agencies receiving gifts include:

  • Monroe County United Ministries, Bloomington, $1750
  • Hope Southern Indiana, New Albany, $1650
  • Stopover Inc., Indianapolis, $1800
  • Lafayette Urban Ministry, $1750
  • Youth Service Bureau, Crawfordsville, $1650
  • Center for Lay Ministries, Jeffersonville, $1250
  • Open Arms Ministries, Richmond, $1100
  • Alpha Center, Muncie, $1300
  • Pace/Oar, Indianapolis, $1750
  • Boone City Senior Services, Lebanon, $1500
  • Community Kitchen, Jeffersonville, $1450
  • Hendricks County Senior Services Inc., Danville, $1500
  • Outreach Ministries, Evansville, $1500
  • Coordinated Aging Services of Morgan County, Martinsville, $1250
  • Columbus Regional Shelter/Victims of Domestic Violence, $1500
  • Community Service Center of Morgan County, Martinsville $1450
  • Patchwork Central, Inc., Evansville, $1600
  • Westminster Community Service, New Castle, $1600
  • St. Thomas Clinic, Whiteland, $1500
  • Tri-County Health Coalition, New Albany, $1100
  • Community Emergency Assistance Board, Mt. Vernon, $1500
  • Second Helpings, Indianapolis, $1300
  • St. Andrew’s Non-Food Pantry, Greencastle, $300
  • Boys and Girls Club, Inc., Jeffersonville, $1300
  • House of Hope Madison County, Anderson, $700
  • Mother’s Cupboard Community Kitchen, Bean Blossom, $1,100
  • Bertha’s Mission, Bedford, $1,000
  • Brown County Weekend Backpack, Nashville, $500
  • YWCA of Evansville, $1500
  • Trinity Childcare, Indianapolis, $500
  • Lebanon Community of Shalom, $500
  • Irvington Advocacy Network $250

For more information on the Episcopal Fund for Human Need, contact Canon Marsha Gebuhr at gebuhr@indydio.org.