Inspired by Matthew 25, “I was sick and you looked after me”, the Healing & Health Field of Interest Fund helps Moravian congregations, fellowships, emerging ministries, and agencies answer the call to provide wellness, healing, recovery, and comfort to those with physical or mental illness.
Since its inception in 2019 this fund has made 11 grants totaling $20,590.
Some examples of grants from this fund include:
|Personal Essentials Pantry||Madison, WI||$2,000||Personal and household hygiene pantry inventory||2023|
|Calvary Moravian Church||Winston-Salem, NC||$550||Hand sanitizer units and hygiene stations||2023|
|The Dwelling||Winston-Salem, NC||$1,600||Three cremation services||2023|
|Lake Mills Moravian Church||Green Bay, WI||$2,540||Kitchenette renovations||2023|
|You Belong||Green Bay, WI||$2,600||Provide respite care for individuals living with disabilities and support families who need to have quality respite time||2022|
|City With Dwellings||Winston-Salem, NC||$1,000||Partner with Forsyth Futures to evaluate CWD’s work, including collecting data, developing benchmarks and measuring impact||2022|
|Trinity Moravian Church||Winston-Salem, NC||$2,500||Undertake campaigns to purchase and forgive crippling medical debt in their community||2022|
|You Belong||Green Bay, WI||$1,000||Teaching people with disability about mental health||2021|
|John Hus Moravian Church||New York, NY||$3,100||Provide people in our community with health items||2021|
|Board of World Mission||Bethlehem, PA||$2,700||Help Ahaus Clinic in Honduras provide treatment||2021|
|Armando Rusindo Mission Foundation||Winston-Salem, NC||$1,000||Send medication to Cuba||2021|
To support this fund, please visit the Giving Portal here.
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