TCC Gives $25,000 Big Grant
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Meet Our Nonprofits
The Sanctuary at Haafsville
A nonprofit, volunteer-based animal rescue. The “Sanctuary” is a community resource that enriches the lives of its resident animals and members of the community in an environmentally sound facility.
They would use this money towards the construction of a new cat building. The current structure that they house cats in is a small trailer that doesn’t allow them to rescue as many cats as they would like. A new building will provide improved air circulation, a quarantine room for any sick cats, and it will allow potential adopters to more easily interact with the cats to see if a particular cat is a perfect fit for their home.
100 Black Men of South Metro Atlanta
Their focus is to improve the quality of life within our communities and enhance educational and economic opportunities for all African Americans.
The funds will be used for Rites of Passage Academy, domestic violence and mental health awareness, youth violence prevention, social justice and equality, voter education and participation, and the Mirror 100 program.
Women’s Crisis Support Team
Grants Pass, OR
WCST is dedicated to ending domestic violence and sexual assault through intervention, prevention, education, and safe shelter.
TCC grant funds will be used to re-ignite their violence prevention programs -WINGS and Safer Workplaces, Safer Communities- to make a safer, healthier, and more educated community. WINGS engages middle school and high school youth in evidence-based, positive development activities and healthy relationship promotion in an effort to end relationship violence. Safer Workplace, Safer Communities engages the business community in education, policy, and action to prevent intimate partner in the greater community.
Greensburg Community Bread of Life
The only soup kitchen in Decatur County. They serve free meals to those in need with God’s caring love.
The money will be used to run their new kitchen more safely and efficiently. They rescue, on average, 16,000 lbs. of food a month, and a new pallet truck will make it easier and safer for their staff to unload the trucks each week. New equipment will furnish the kitchen, allowing staff to better prepare, serve, and clean up meals.
Charity’s Home is a nonprofit organization that provides a supportive housing environment, programs, resources, and training for homeless children.
They are currently in search of property, homes, vacant commercial buildings, schools, community centers, etc. They will also utilize the funds for building materials, laborers, and furnishings to transform homes for homeless youth into something beautiful.