PREVIOUS GRANT RECIPIENTS
Below is a list of grant recipients in our community that received assistance from our grant program.
The Berkshire Food Project seeks to alleviate hunger, food insecurity, and social isolation by serving healthy, no cost meals and connecting people to other resources, all in a dignified and respectful manner.
The mission of the Berkshire Immigrant Center is to assist individuals and families in making the economic, psychological and cultural adjustment to a new land, not only by meeting basic needs, but also by helping them to become active participants in our community.
An outdoor community founded in the radical tradition of Jesus, creating a space where people can come to know the joy and freedom of being God’s beloved.
The mission of Elder Services of Berkshire County, Inc. is to provide Berkshire elders, caregivers, and individuals with disabilities the opportunity to live with dignity, independence, and self-determination, and to achieve the highest possible quality of life.
Northern Berkshire Habitat for Humanity builds homes in partnership with individuals and families in need of a decent and affordable place to live.
The mission of Louison House is to meet the needs of our neighbors who are experiencing homelessness or at risk of housing instability.
Empowering the Northern Berkshire region to enhance the quality of life through our efforts at connecting, convening, and supporting all facets of the community.
Five Talents (South Sudan)
Five Talents’ vision is to eradicate extreme poverty by restoring human dignity and creating strong, sustainable communities. Five Talents is a micro-finance organization that helps the world’s poorest families escape poverty. Partnering with local churches around the world, we train men and women, mostly desperately poor women, to form savings groups, take out loans, and build their own businesses.
Global Health Partnership (Kenya)
Global Health Partnerships (GHP) is a non-profit organization of medical professionals and other volunteers who work in Kenya as partners with local community organizations and health care providers to improve the health and well being of the poor and marginalized.
Foundation for Children in Need (India)
Foundation for Children in Need is a not-for-profit organization established to assemble the energies, commitment and resources of men, women and youth who enhance the quality of life of the needy while bringing the awareness of many blessings into each one’s lives. FCN provides help to needy children,college students and the elderly in the rural villages of India.
Soaring Eagle’s primary goal is to provide financial support to the Heritage Living Center, an assisted living facility for the Northern Cheyenne elders. The Heritage Living Center was created to ensure that Northern Cheyenne elders would not be moved hundreds of miles from the reservation to die alone in nursing homes far away from family and friends.