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Good Neighbor Grants

Good Neighbor Grants support outreach activities that address issues of income inequality or racism, provide support for refugees, aid to those with diverse sexual preference and gender identities, and other issues related to power disparities within our community. Grants must be for at least $2,500, and applications are due at the end of September and January.

Check out the Guidelines for more information! 

School Application

Good Neighbor Grant Application

Grant criteria, eligibility requirements, information about applying & approval process

Outreach: What We do

Donate to the Hamilton Crop Hunger Walk - Oct 15th, 2023

  1. Donate online to the St Thomas Highroad Walker Team. Team Capt Emily Hutton-Hughes

  2. Prefer writing a check? Make it out to "CWS/Crop" and in the note field write "Highroad Walkers"Give check to one of the Walkers and the Team will mail it in after the Walk.



Special outreach activities:

  • Hamilton Food Cupboard: All non-perishable items are accepted including canned fruits and vegetables, soups, condiments, paper products, cleaning supplies, and toiletries. Either leave these donations in the bins in the entryway of the church or take them directly to the Food for the Cupboard on Tuesdays & Thursdays from 1 to 6 pm.  

  • A Pastoral Care Team will make sure everyone's staying connected and cared for. If you'd like to be a part of this group, please let Father Brooks know at

We assist in community programs including:

  • Friendship Inn: free Monday supper delivered to your car from St. Thomas’ Parish Hall. Park along Madison Street.

  • Hamilton Food Cupboard

  • Hamilton Interfaith Council Holiday project

  • Hamilton Interfaith Thanksgiving basket donations. Oct 22 to Nov 12

  • Sponsoring a local Ukrainian family


St. Thomas’ gives financial support to:

Episcopal Relief and Development
Community Bikes
Help Restore Hope Center
Brackett Refuge Education Fund

2021 Crop Walk's #8 Fundraising Team in the US

In 2022 St. Thomas's Team raised $14,271!

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