Hunger Grants

The Hunger Grant Program is a ministry of the Committee on Mutual Support of the Presbytery of Middle Tennessee and is funded through the Cents-Ability offering.


Click here for a Hunger Grant Application


2017 Hunger Grant Recipients:
Community Outreach, Shelbyville, Bedford Co.
God’s Storehouse, Pulaski

Good Samaritan of Lincoln Co., Fayetteville

Good Samaritan Ministries, Decherd

Good Samaritan Ministries,  Tullahoma
Fentress Co. Food Bank, Allardt
PCUSA Hunger Program, Lousiville

Project J.O.Y., Nashville
Second Harvest Food Bank, Nashville
Sudanese Presbyterian Church, Gallatin

The Well, Spring Hill

Criteria for Grants:

  • The proposed program shall be consistent with at least one of the five priorities of the Hunger Program
  • The proposed program shall work to alleviate hunger and poverty or to eliminate their causes
  • The proposal shall come from an established orginization
  • The maximum grant awarded will be $2,000 to any organization

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