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“He learned obedience through what he suffered.” —Heb. 5:8

Presbyterian Hunger Program
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Jennifer Evans
(800) 728-7228, x5819
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Louisville, KY 40202


 The PHP Advisory Committee meets every year in October to review proposals. Proposals submitted in the current year should reflect plans for the following year. There are different criteria, application processes and forms for Joining Hands, International Projects, National Projects and Congregation-Based Community Organizing. Please see the appropriate link below.

Highlighted Partner of the Month! 
May 2016 - Smallholders Foundation - Nigeria

Criteria and Applications 

Previous Grants and Projects 


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  • Pamela, Yes for an International Grant the Letter of Inquiry (LOI) should just be written according to the guidelines and submitted to Eileen Schuhmann. There is no form for the LOI. by Jessica Maudlin on 02/25/2013 at 9:00 a.m.

  • Hi, I thank God for the great work you are doing for people in the world. I am trying to trace the form for letter of inquiry but cannot go through. Can I just type it using the criteria provided and then subimit to Eileen? Pamela, Uganda Women's Trust by Pamela Kertho on 02/25/2013 at 3:40 a.m.

  • We are in the process of updating our Grants webpage. We are not currently extending our Joining Hands partnerships to new countries. However, our general international application will be linked on the website soon. If you check back in a couple of weeks, all of the information will be online. by Jessica Maudlin on 02/28/2012 at 8:47 a.m.

  • I am the Program Director of Vision of Hope Uganda (VOHU) a young non-governmental organization in Uganda. Our programs are in the area of: Education, Microfinance Operations; Sustainable Agricultural Promotion; Community Healthcare; Community Mobilization; and Disaster risk reduction and climate change Adaption. I came across information about Presbyterian Hunger Program support for nonprofit organizations in the USA and internationally for projects that provide food relief, development assistance, and improved public policy (among other goals) in the fight against hunger. It was indicated that the closing date for applications was 30 June 2012. When i visited the website, i failed to see the call and/ or guidelines for submission of applications. Please advise on the application procedure. Looking forward to hearing from you. by Eve Nalere on 02/28/2012 at 7:30 a.m.

  • Yes Schaunnel. Generally speaking that is the case. Keep tuned to this page for more specific information as it is available by Jessica Maudlin on 01/06/2012 at 11:24 a.m.