Hunger Grants

Hunger grants are awarded each year and support food pantries and other agencies that help the hungry in our society. Funds may be used to buy food and food-related items (i.e. nutrition education, storage, hunger program development). Funds do not cover administrative costs, salaries, clothing closets, or utility payments for clients. Download the 2018 Hunger Grant Application here, or contact Joy Hicks for more information. Read Hunger Grant Guidelines here.

If you would like to contribute to this Special Sunday offering, it should be remitted by the Church Treasurer or Charge Treasurer using the regular Church Remittance Form and should indicate FUND 221 in the space provided on the form. All checks must be made payable to “WV Conference Treasurer” and mailed along with the Church Remittance Form to: P. O. Box 2469, Charleston, WV 25329.

Virginia Higgins Grant

Virginia Higgins grant funds are designed to encourage United Methodist involvement in Health and Welfare Ministries, especially in the areas of child care, aging, health care, and people with handicapping conditions. Grants are also awarded to organizations, institutions, and programs related to the West Virginia Conference and other units of the general United Methodist Church through residential or non-residential ministries, including, but not limited to, domestic violence, health care and homelessness. For more information download Virginia Higgins Grant Guidelines. Applications are due annually by April 15. Download the Virginia Higgins Grant Application 2018 here!

Golden Cross Offering

This special offering helps support the health and welfare agencies in the Annual Conference. Golden Cross Sunday is observed in the spring, but can also be recognized on all fifth Sundays, and any Sunday in Advent.