$58,000 was sent in January 2015. These funds will complete the Ahero staff housing shown on the left, and bring the Wachara classroom building (shown on right) to a usable but not completed condition. By offering housing in lieu of salary, the Ahero campus can reduce its cash income need by $1,000 per month.
$58,000 was sent in January 2015 for stage 3 (of 4 total) of the current building project. When completed, this building will serve as a church auditorium, a school assembly/dining hall, a kitchen for both, and a medical clinic. Stage 3 will fully enclose the building. Some areas will be usable for storage and assembly.
Jesus Loves Kalamazoo has exploded in size and scope during its short history and can no longer meet its opportunities using volunteers armed with paper and pencil. JLK will use its $23,000 donation for a part time follow up coordinator, database software, and the creation of training materials.
CFC Board President Gordon Daam presents the 2015 grant of $23,000 to Jesus Loves Kalamazoo Executive Director Julie Keiser. Shown in the photo are CFC Board officers/members Terry Sturgeon, Jeff Porte, Dave Sykes, Mark Vanderson, Gordon Daam, and JLK Board members Julie Kieser, Lonnie Corbin and Thalmus Allen, Sr.
Love INC. offers a one year program of 4 classes and individual one on one mentorship, which is designed to transform the life of a participant spiritually, financially, an emotionally. The CFC contribution of $23,000 will enable Love INC to elevate a staff position from part time to full time, as well as purchase software and training materials.
CFC Board President Gordon Daam presents the 2015 grant of $23,000 to Love INC Executive Director Kim Sandelin. Shown in the photo are CFC Board officers/members Mark Vanderson, Terry Sturgeon, Gordon Daam, Love INC Executive Director Kim Sandelin, and CFC Board members Jeff Porte and Dave Sykes.