kə-ˈnekt – to become joined; to have empathy for “the least of these.”
The Connect Scholarship
The Connect Scholarship rewards students who exemplify a giving heart by serving the community in various ways.
Please read the eligibility criteria and application requirements detailed in the download file:
How we address Matthew 25:40
Individuals, businesses, and churches can “adopt” an outdoor food pantry and keep it stocked so people in their community always have a place to go if they are hungry.
Through Community Connection, individuals, businesses, and churches can make one donation to Connect to be disbursed equally to our partner nonprofit organizations.
Each year we grant a one-time scholarship of $1,000 to a qualified Moore County student preparing for full-time studies at a college or technical school.
Helping non-profits provide resources to serve the community.
Addiction & Abuse
- Be the Bush (Manchester)
- Haven of Hope (Various)
- Spero House (Tullahoma)
- Friends of Animals (Lynchburg)
- Arrowhead Ranch (Normandy)
- Coffee County Child Advocacy Center (Manchester)
- Free for Life International (Abroad)
- Isaiah 1:17 House (Various)
- Junior’s House Child Advocacy Center (Fayetteville)
- Horseplay (Tullahoma)
- New Life TN (Winchester)
- Project Unify (Abroad)
- Hands on Science Center (Tullahoma)
- RE: The Regenerative School (Fayetteville)
- Crossroads Pregnancy Clinic (Fayetteville)
- Partners for Healing (Tullahoma)
- CROSS Shelter Project (Shelbyville)
- Shepherd’s House (Tullahoma)
Hunger & Poverty
- Come to the Table (Tullahoma)
- Hands of Mercy (Fayetteville)
- Moore County Resource Center (Lynchburg)
- Moore County Public Library (Lynchburg)
- Tullahoma Literacy Council/The Book Shelf (Tullahoma)
- CommuniServe (Murfreesboro)
- Agape of North Alabama (Adoption)
- BeArded WARRIORs (Veterans)
- Downtown Rescue Mission (Homeless)
- Huntsville Community of Hope (Poverty/Hunger)
- Stand Down Together (Veterans)