A new recipient of funding from Outreach for Hope in 2018, Alice’s Garden provides models of regenerative farming, community cultural development, and economic agricultural enterprises for the global landscape. They recognize the cultivating, preparing, and preserving of food, and food traditions, as cultural arts to be reclaimed and celebrated fully in urban agriculture.
Outreach for Hope’s new Urban Internship Fund (UIF) seeks to cultivate future pastoral leaders who have a passion for urban and inner-city ministry. The Urban Internship Fund will award grants to congregations and church-related organizations for programs that offer pastoral ministry internships to seminary students. The Greater Milwaukee Synod and Outreach for Hope are offering the…
Tricklebee Cafe is a pay-what-you-can community cafe located in a food desert (in the Sherman Park area) with the mission of making fresh, healthy and delicious food accessible to everyone regardless of their ability to pay. In addition to serving food, Tricklebee runs a kids’ snack bag program, Healthy Choice workshops, and food service training.
The neighborhood surrounding Village Church is a district frequented by members of a younger generation, with their own spiritual, financial, self-care and addiction issues. Sacred Roots is a worship/Bible study program which is positively impacting these young adults and, through them, the larger community as a whole.