> The Charles D. Wilson Fund provides scholarships to assist students in college or seminary preparing for the ministry and includes pursuit of undergraduate and graduate degrees. It also provides funds to underwrite the cost of visiting lecturers and other programs to increase the skills and knowledge of the churches’ professional servants in the Conference.
> The Charles L. Burns 2020 Vision Fund provides funds to help new church starts purchase land in Florida and assist churches, particularly but not exclusively new church starts, with the securing of premises to enable their growth.
> The Church Development Fund provides matching awards/grants to local UCC churches for experimentation with new kinds of ministry or for revitalization and renewal programs and projects.
> Jackson Interfaith Fund provides matching awards/grants for creating multi-faith community within the Conference by utilizing arts and music, as well as participation in the rituals and liturgies led by members of the various faith communities. Awards can be used for honoraria, travel, program resources and scholarships.
> The Naar Memorial Fund provides scholarships for enabling underprivileged young people from UCC churches in Florida to attend camps and conferences.
> The People Empowerment Fund provides matching awards/grants for programs and events that support justice advocacy for minority groups. Awards/grants are available for established churches or groups within a UCC church in good standing with the Conference.
> The Roger G. Wells Fund provides matching awards/grants to be used to provide formative Christian learning and recreational experiences for children and youth of any denomination in settings beyond the local church.
> The Sun City Center Continuing Education Fund provides scholarships to theological students pursuing an education in Christian Leadership in The United Church of Christ.
> The Ward Family Fund provides awards/grants to support continuing educational opportunities for ministers in the Conference and other needs ministers may have.
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