Proposal Deadlines: Proposals must be received by December 1st for Spring Grant Cycles and June 1st for Fall Grant Cycles. Click here for eligibility information.
Application Due Dates: Proposals selected for further review will be sent applications. These applications would be due February 1st for Spring Grant Cycles and August 1st for Fall Grant Cycles.
Grant Status Report Due Dates: Applicants receiving funds are required to submit written progress reports by December 15th and June 15th of each year in a format provided by the Foundation. In addition, a final report must be provided upon completion of the project.
St. Marys United Methodist Church Foundation envisions an improved quality of life for people in southeast Georgia, the nation and the world.
As “stewards of the manifold grace of God,”* our mission is to be a lasting, effective and compassionate charitable resource for agencies in Southeast Georgia, the nation and the world that respond to people in need, for institutions related to United Methodism, and for organizations that promote evangelical Christianity.* 1 Peter 4:10
* “… loving God with all our hearts and soul and strength, as having first loved us, as the fountain of all the good we have received, and of all we ever hope to enjoy; and the loving of every soul which God hath made. Every [person] on earth, as our own soul…. This religion we long to see established in the world… having its seat in the heart, in the inmost soul, but ever showing itself by its fruits; continually spring forth, not only in all innocence—for love worketh no ill to our neighbor—but likewise in every kind of beneficence, spreading virtue and happiness all around.”John Wesley Sermon, “On Laying The Foundation of a New Chapel,” 1777
St. Marys United Methodist Church Foundation, Inc. is a supporting organization to the St. Marys United Methodist Church and was established in January 2001. We are a non-profit, Christian organization, which makes grants to non-profit, tax-exempt, charitable organizations and ministries, which are exempt under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Service Code.