WMPC supports many local agencies and ministries through financial gifts, donated items and volunteers. Types of agencies include at-risk children and youth, housing, hunger/crisis intervention, special populations and self-help groups. Some of these ministries are supported on our church campus. Others are supported at the ministries’ locations.
The Community Grants Committee of White Memorial Presbyterian Church allocates funds given by the congregation to agencies in Wake County that provide for the needs of individuals and groups in the community where our church has strong commitment and involvement.
2018 Community Grant Recipients
A Place At The Table: A ministry that provides community and healthy food for all regardless of means by having a pay as you can pricing system.
Alliance Medical Ministry: Medical care for the working uninsured.
Contact: 919-250-3320; alliancemedicalministry.org
Autism Society of North Carolina: Improves the lives of individuals with autism, supports their families, and educates communities.
Big Brothers/Big Sisters: Helps children realize their potential and build their futures.
Boys and Girls Clubs: Programs working with disadvantaged youth located in Wake County schools and centers.
Contact: 919-834-6282; wakebgc.org
Club Horizon (Program of Monarch Services of NC): A psychosocial Rehab Program (PSR) where day to day skills are learned, independence increased, friendships formed, and individual talents, skills and abilities are appreciated.
Communities in Schools of Wake County - Mayview Learning Center: Located in the Oberlin Road Community, Mayview Learning Center provides after school tutoring opportunities.
Contact: 919-834-5663; ciswake.org
Emmaus House: Transitional housing for working men recovering from substance abuse.
Contact: 919-327-2229; emmaushouseofraleigh.org
F.I.G.S.: Provides prescription medicines to those who have few resources. All funds go directly to medications.
Food Bank of Central and Eastern NC: 2003 Major Mission Emphasis - Distributes food to agencies throughout eastern North Carolina.
Contact: 919-875-0707; foodbankcenc.org
Glenaire: Scholarship funding for residents with few assets.
Contact: 919-460-8095; glenaire.org
Green Chair Project: Provides furniture to individuals referred by local helping agencies.
Contact: 919-809-7982; thegreenchair.org
Haven House: A non-profit agency that changes outcomes for struggling youth and their families. It strives to help youth find their way to a positive, productive life.
Healing Transitions: Formerly the Healing Place of Wake County—This is a recovery facility for homeless individuals with alcohol and other drug problems. There are separate sites for men and women.
Helene Foundation: A non-profit organization that assists families with mothers who are actively undergoing cancer treatments. The focus is on immediate and practical services such as meals, housecleaning, child care and transportation.
Contact: 919-280-7800; helenefoundation.org
Interact: 2007 Major Mission Emphasis - Works with victims of domestic violence and assault.
Contact: 919-828-7501; interactofwake.org
Justice Matters: Provides empowering legal services to our vulnerable and marginalized neighbors and helps survivors of human trafficking and other traumas rebuild their lives.
Life Experiences: 1999 Major Mission Emphasis - Work and learning environment for adults with disabilities.
Contact: 919-467-1973; lifeexperiences.org
Loaves and Fishes: Tutoring/mentoring after-school program with enrichment activities.
Contact: 919-231-4687; lafchildren.org
Meals on Wheels: Daily meals for shut-ins.
Contact: 919-833-1749; wakemow.org
National Alliance for Mental Illness (NAMI Wake County): Provides support, education and advocacy for individuals, families and caregivers living with mental illness challenges lead better lives in Wake Country.
Project Enlightenment: Special learning environment for diverse early education.
Contact: 919-856-7774; projectenlightenment.wcpss.net
SAFEchild: 2000 Major Mission Emphasis - Child abuse prevention agency that works with families.
Contact: 919-743-6140; safechildnc.org
Saint Saviour's Center: Provides healthy living programs for seniors, houses the Diaper Train and other programs.
Contact: 919-833-6400, ext. 201; saintsaviourcenter.org
Shepherd’s Table Soup Kitchen: Provides lunch for anyone who comes in from 11:00 a.m. - noon Monday through Friday.
Tammy Lynn Center: Residential care for children with special needs.
Contact: 919-832-3909; tammylynncenter.org
Transitions Life Care (formally Hospice of Wake County): Provides physical, emotional and spiritual care to those living with an advanced illness, their caregivers and their loved ones.
Contact: 919-828-0890; transitionslifecare.org
Triangle Family Services: Works with families during stress or crisis.
Contact: 919-821-0790; tfsnc.org
Triangle Pastoral Counseling, Inc.: Provides counseling for those experiencing personal, marital or family problems and pain. tripastoralcounseling.org
Triangle Radio Reading Service: Broadcast information for sight-impaired people.
Contact: 919-832-5138; trianglereadingservice.org
Urban Ministries: 1998 and 2005 Major Mission Emphasis - Provides a variety of services for low-income families.
Contact: 919-836-1642; urbanmin.org
Wake Relief: Provides a week’s groceries for families referred by agencies.
Contact: 919-833-6400; wakerelief.org
Wake Smiles: A non-profit committed to improving the oral health of low income adults through direct dental services.
Wheels4Hope: A ministry that provides good reliable transportation to qualifying individuals and families. Cars that are donated become program cars for agencies such as StepUp, or are sold on the lot for those who are looking for good used cars. They are always looking for car donations.
Contact: 919-832-1941; wheels4hope.org
The Community Grants Committee of White Memorial Presbyterian Church allocates funds given by the congregation to agencies in Wake County that provide for the needs of individuals and groups in the community where our church has strong commitment and involvement. While no precise definition is possible in assessing need, we consider agencies that attempt to provide basic needs, teach life coping skills, and promote self-sufficiency. The Community Grant Application process begins in September of each year and awards are announced in February. The deadline for grant applications is September 1. If you have questions contact Gloria Johnson.
Grant applications may not be submitted electronically. All materials must be submitted in hard copy in one envelope.