Grants Success Stories

Does your Queensland Baptist church have a desire to reach your local community but are not sure where to start? If you are looking for inspiration, have a look at our videos from previous grant recipients to see how Carinity has assisted Queensland Baptist members meet the needs in their local communities to:

  • Relieve and mitigate disadvantage
  • Promote connectivity for vulnerable people, or
  • Increase the strength of local neighbourhoods against disadvantage

Contact our Community Development Coordinator, Philip Hamilton, for assistance to apply for a grant to serve your community. You can reach him at philip.hamilton@carinity.org.au or by calling 0492 803 170.

Crosslife Baptist 

Crosslife Baptist Church seek to Desire God, Declare Jesus, and Develop Communities. With that in mind, the church have set up a Compassion Centre where they will focus on reaching people who are broken and disadvantaged. Thanks to their partnership with Carinity, the team at the compassion centre are able to expand their reach so watch this space for the incredible things that are coming at Crosslife Baptist.

Kruger Parade Baptist

Kruger Parade Baptists have a heart to reach the vulnerable members of their community. Click to listen to what they have planned for their new trailer which they purchased with their funding from Carinity’s Collaborative Community Grant program.

 

Northreach Baptist Church

Northreach Baptist Church are using Carinity’s funds to provide a service called The Good Soil Project. This program helps everyday people take care of everyday people. This kind of collaborative thinking is exactly what we at Carinity are looking for from our grant applicants. Listen below to hear how Northreach are collaborating with local partners.

Longreach Baptist

Carinity’s Collaborative Community Grants program can assist with a range projects. Longreach Baptist are using the funds for their Outback Connect program. The World Health Organisation state that ‘health is a state of complete physical, mental and social well-being and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity’. With this in mind, Longreach Baptists are using their funds to assist people living in isolation with mental health and wellbeing.

Interested?

We want you all to be successful. Call or email our Community Development Coordinator, Philip Hamilton, at philip.hamilton@carinity.org.au or by calling 0492 803 170.