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What are NorthPark’s Mission Endowment Grants?

Mission. Community. Generosity. These are words I often use to describe NorthPark Presbyterian Church. And these words are reflected in NorthPark’s financial commitments.

Mission Benevolence Grants 

Mission Benevolence Grants are by invitation only. Organizations interested in applying for funding are welcome to submit a letter of inquiry to Rev. Nicole Bates.


The Mission Committee prioritizes organizations whose programs strengthen community and improve lives, and whose work aligns with NorthPark’s mission priorities, commitments, and impact areas.  

2023 Mission Endowment Grant Recipients


Leasing a location that combines two campuses to increase the organization’s capability for service


Bryan’s House

Providing diapers for babies and children with special needs through its Child Development Program


Camp Gilmont

Transforming the camp’s pavilion to be a place that is more comfortable and accessible for a variety of group gatherings


Heart House

Storing classroom furniture and equipment while apartments used for H3 classes are being renovated


Interfaith Family Services

Providing meals and snacks for summer programs


Literacy Achieves

Purchasing new furniture and equipment for Early Childhood Education classrooms


Meds for Africa

Hiring a videographer for its 2023 mission trip to Kenya


Redeemed Women

Expanding the organization’s technology and workforce training


Paper for Water

Installation of a solar pump to provide water to the Bishop Kogembo Education Centre (and surrounding community) in Kenya


Parkinson Voice Project

Supporting the Parkinson’s Singing Program


Presbyterian Pan American School

Replacing existing wall A/C units


The Stewpot

Creating a catering pilot to expand meal services



Increasing impact and presence on campus by hiring part-time interns


University of the Ozarks

Creating an enhanced sensory space that assists students with sensory input regulation needs


Vickery Meadow Food Pantry

Reconfiguring its floor plan to accommodate the amount of food needed for the number of families served

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