Methodist Churches award $52,500 to nonprofits for anti-racism work in county
Last updated 1/26/2021 at 4:27pm
SAN DIEGO (CNS) - Two San Diego Methodist churches have jointly awarded 10 local nonprofits $52,500 to assist their work in anti-racist policy
advocacy or providing direct services to people of color in San Diego County, it was announced today.
First United Methodist Church of San Diego and St. Paul United Methodist Church, San Diego, awarded the grants to the nonprofits as part of a
long-term commitment by the churches to anti-racist work throughout San Diego -- which led to the establishment of their newly created Racial Justice Endowment.
Officials will announce the focus of the next g...