Funded partnership grants

Lists of past grants:

Grant list 2019      Grant list 2019 (Spanish)
Grant list 2018      Grant list 2018 (Spanish)
Grant list 2017      Grant list 2017 (Spanish)
Grant list 2016      Grant list 2016 (Spanish)
Grant list 2015      Grant list 2015 (Spanish)
Grant list 2014      Grant list 2014 (Spanish)
Grant list 2013
Grant list 2012
Grant list 2011
Grant list 2010
Grant list 2009
Grant list 2008


Videos

Title: Farmworkers in the Pandemic: essentially disposable
Description: Arguably the most essential people–those who grow and harvest the country’s food–are being brutalized by the coronavirus, discrimination and scapegoating. Called ‘essential’ yet they are treated like they are disposable. Watch this video of Presbyterian Committee on Self-Development of People, Presbyterian Hunger Program and three farmerworker leaders from partner groups. Panelists include: Kathia Ramirez, Farmworker Support Committee-CATA; Antonio Tovar, Farmworkers Association of Florida; Erik Nicholson, United Farm Workers. Learn about their situation, community organizing, and how we can support them.


https://www.facebook.com/watch/live/?v=198039788219525&ref=watch_permalinkThis webinar on fair and affordable housing…

Posted by Presbyterian Committee on the Self-Development of People on Friday, July 10, 2020

Title: Fair & Affordable Housing For All
Description: Watch this webinar on fair and affordable housing for all hosted by Presbyterian Committee on Self-Development of People (SDOP) in collaboration with Metropolitan Housing Coalition. SDOP through its community partners is engaged in housing justice issues. The housing needs of underserved communities nationwide have been adversely impacted by COVID-19. Panelists included Ben Carter from the Kentucky Equal Justice Center; Stuart Pope from Legal Aid Society of Louisville; Art Crosby from the Lexington Fair Housing Council and Donnie Adkins a Landlord/Property Owner. SDOP Coordinator Rev. Dr. Alonzo Johnson moderated the panel which discussed these issues:

– The Eviction Moratorium.
– Can I still be evicted? Non-payment and other than non-payment evictions
– Eviction Court- What if you do get a summons?
– What if I cannot pay my rent? Rent is not cancelled How to work with a landlord.
– What if I cannot pay utilities? There is currently an moratorium by LG&E and Water Co.
– What if there are problems with conditions in the unit? How does a landlord make repairs without income.
– Discrimination