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Nebraska Presbyterian Foundation awards more than $182K in grants

Half of the 10 grants enable churches and organizations to update their technology

by Nebraska Presbyterian Foundation | Special to Presbyterian News Service

LOUISVILLE — Nebraska Presbyterian Foundation Board of Directors awarded grants totaling $182,500 in April to 10 churches or organizations to partially fund outreach projects which enhance or expand their ministry.

With the realization that churches can’t go back to offering only in-person worship, many of the grants will fund technology improvements to help reach a larger audience through social media platforms.

Mission projects in three congregations to distribute or grow food were awarded grants to broaden their impact in addressing food insecurity or promoting healthy eating in their community.

Grantees and their projects include:

Nebraska Presbyterian Foundation is proud to partner with all its grantees to help support their mission and be the hands and feet of Christ in their neighborhoods and communities.

Established in 1958, Nebraska Presbyterian Foundation makes annual grants to Nebraska PC(USA) congregations and related organizations to support their mission and share the love of Christ. More information about the grant funding can be found here.

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