Small Grants Awards 2012

The BTL Foundation started awarding small grants to families and non profit organizations in 2008. The program was launched to offer financial assistance to families who are highly in need of financial support and to charities who have dedicated their projects to fulfill the humanitarian needs of the society. The Foundation awarded 24 such small grants ranging from $250 to $1000 to families and agencies in the year 2008. It went on to award 23 grants in 2009 and 15 grants in 2010 and 2011.  The year 2012 has been no exception. The BTL Foundation announced its Small Grants Awards to families and charities in need during its Annual Small Grants 2012  program. After reviewing over 50 applications, the grant committee awarded small grants ranging from $250 to $1000 to families/individuals and non-profit organizations. The following are the charities who received grants for their worthy humanitarian projects:
 
*DACA* Nativity Prep* Caring Hearts Helping Hands Inc.* Substance Abuse Ministry(Canaan Baptist Church)*
 
Also, seven families were awarded with small grants to assist them with emergency funding.
 
The BTL Foundation provides Health, Education and Humanitarian services to people in need in the USA, India and other parts of the world. The Foundation also provides Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year’s Dinners as well as distributes Turkey Baskets to needy families every year throughout Delaware and surrounding areas. For Volunteering opportunities, please visit www.btlfoundation.net and/or feel free to contact us.
“Find a need and fill it.”
– Ruth Stafford Peale
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