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Grants for churches from Baptist Building CIO  


Baptist Building CIO would like to announce its latest round of Empowering Change Fund grants with a deadline of 30 November 2021, writes Emily Blake

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The grants are aimed at small scale standalone building projects for smaller churches (often in rural or deprived urban areas) where the involvement of Baptist Building CIO will make a big difference.

In the last two years we’ve helped churches install disabled toilets, improve kitchens, create accessible entrances and upgrade electrics, transforming their buildings to bless the church and the local community. We have a vision to support local Baptist church mission, providing grants towards building costs to enable church mission strategy to become a reality.

BBCIOWe offer grants of £5,000 – £25,000. More details and an application form can be found on our website www.baptistbuilding.org/grants.htm

Any questions? Please get in touch via admin@baptistbuilding.org or call 07506 663761. 


Emily Blake is the administrator for Baptist Building CIO




 
Baptist Times, 08/09/2021
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