Addressing some of the local needs and issues that have arisen as a result of the current…
The COVID-19 Relief Fund (“CRF”) has been funded with an allocation of $50,000 from the Joan Spencer Endowment that will provide grants to address some of the local needs and issues that have arisen as a result of the current COVID-19 pandemic. CRF Grants are meant to be a tool and a resource for Cap Church, its congregants and the community it serves to live out “Presence | Compassion | Generosity” during this time of crisis.
CRF Grants would be given to non-profit organizations or individuals (in keeping with Society rules) to address the needs of those that fall into one or more categories below:
CRF Grants will be up to a maximum of $10,000. Potential recipients are asked to provide a brief letter outlining how they/their organization meet the CRF objectives and criteria, and how they intend to spend this money to support the CRF objectives and criteria. Thereafter, organizations may be asked to submit a brief letter to share the project outcomes and how the money was spent.
Projects must support the values of Cap Church and its purpose statement of “Presence | Compassion | Generosity”. In addition: