Cents-Ability Grants Committee


The Cents-Ability program of Monmouth Presbytery was initiated in November 2006 as a strategy for raising awareness and funds in the fight against hunger. Funds raised through Cents-Ability are used to fund hunger ministries in a partnership model. The allocation of funds raised in Monmouth Presbytery is: 40% within the bounds of Monmouth Presbytery and 60% for hunger ministries in the U.S. and around the world (to be chosen from ECOs of the Presbyterian Hunger Program).

The Cents-Ability Grants Committee administers the grants process for the Presbytery of Monmouth. A grants committee member will attend and report to the meetings of Presbytery two times each year, following awarding of Cents-Ability grants. Each congregation that participates in Cents-Ability will have a representative on the grants committee.

Cents Grants Comm Charter, Revised 2009

Cents Grants Comm Report to Presbytery 2013-01

2012 Local Cents-Ability Grants


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  1. Please advise as to how I might obtain an application for a Cents-Ability Grant. Good News Home for Women is a Non-Profit Christian Treatment Facility for Women with addictions to drugs and alcohol. Many of our clients are from the Monmouth County Area.

    • Robin – we will be calling for grant proposals very soon. You will need to have you proposal approved by the session of a PC(USA) congregation in Monmouth Presbytery. Call me for more info 201-910-7047. Phyllis

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