Grant Information

Each year, agencies may apply to receive funding for specific projects or general funds to support their mission. Our current focus areas include life skills, downtown homelessness, daily needs, and international mission. We give special consideration to programs that, 1) have Christ Church involvement, 2) offer services to our community, and 3) have demonstrated responsible stewardship of their resources.

The allocation of funds and outreach efforts of the Christ Church community are coordinated by Outreach Ministries, a standing committee of the Vestry of Christ Church.

2021 Grant Applications are due on February 15, 2021.  Please note that two forms are available: a long form application option for applicants requesting $5,000 or more, and a short form application option for applicants requesting less than $5,000. Please note that 2020 grant distributions ranged from $1,000 to $10,000 with an average grant distribution of $4,940. All applicants will be notified by June regarding their grant request and funds will be distributed by the fourth quarter.  

2021 CCOM Grant Application for less than $5,000

2021 CCOM Grant Application for $5,000 or more

2020 Grant Recipients:

A Place at the Table, Alliance Medical Ministry, Boys & Girls Clubs, CASA, Community Music School, Dress for Success, Emmaus House, Episcopal Farmworker Ministry, Family Promise of Wake County , Families Together, FIGS (Filling in the Gaps), Global H20, The Green Chair Project, Growing Together Preschool, Habitat For Humanity of Wake County, Haven House Services, Helping Horse, Inc., Honduras Mission – SAMS/Millers, Honduras Mission – Hope of Jesus Children’s Home, Hope Center at Pullen Baptist, Kidznotes, Lutheran Family Services, Meals on Wheels, Neighbor to Neighbor (N2N), Parish Outreach Fund, Passage Home (REACH), Raleigh Rescue Mission, Raleigh Wake Partnership to Prevent Homelessness, Rise Against Hunger, Saint Saviour’s Center, Saint Saviour’s Center – The Diaper Train, StepUp Ministry, Urban Ministries of Wake County, Wake Relief,  Women’s Center of Wake County, YMCA of the Triangle HOPE project and