September 18, 2014. Philadelphia, PA. – Esperanza, Inc. (Esperanza) is pleased to announce the Esperanza Hispanic Ministry Small Grant Fund, a new funding opportunity for Hispanic/Latino Clergy and churches located in Philadelphia County.
Established by the Hispanic Clergy of Philadelphia and Vicinity in 1987, Esperanza strives to demonstrate God’s call to service as expressed in Matthew 25:40. As Esperanza and the Hispanic/Latino community continues to grow, Esperanza has expanded the size and scope of its programs to address evolving needs and to improve the economic stability of the region. Esperanza’s growth and success is in large part due to the ongoing commitment of the local Hispanic Clergy and church and Esperanza wishes to reinvest in its supporters.
The Esperanza Hispanic Ministry Small Grant Fund supports Latino/Hispanic churches and church leadership located in Philadelphia County and funds projects that focus on the development of the church’s leadership (professional and lay) and the church’s ministries of service to the Latino/Hispanic community.
Applications and additional information can be found at www.esperanza.us/grants (English language) or at www.ministeriosdeesperanza.com/grants (Spanish language). Submissions are due on Friday, October 3, 2014 by 5:00pm. Both English and Spanish language applicants are encouraged to apply.
If you have any questions or need additional information, please do not hesitate to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Esperanza is excited to offer this new opportunity that will support and develop the network of Latino/Hispanic churches and clergy in Philadelphia!
Esperanza, the premiere Hispanic Evangelical faith-based network in the country, was founded in 1987 by the Reverend Luis Cortés Jr. and the Hispanic Clergy of Philadelphia and Vicinity. With a national network of over 13,000 Hispanic congregations, faith and community based agencies, Esperanza is a leading voice for Hispanics in America. To read more, please visit www.esperanza.us.