AMERICAN RESCUE PLAN ACT STRATEGY
Cabarrus County awarded $1,189,483 to twelve (12) organizations providing food assistance to residents in Cabarrus County.
This dashboard provides a list of organizations and their programs funded along with performance measures related to the funding category. The performance measures track outputs for the organizations and references the U.S. Department of Treasury's goal to encourage the use of funds that promote strong, equitable growth, including racial equity.
PERFORMANCE MEASURES - YEAR 2
Performance Measures - YEAR 1
Organizations and Programs
1CAN - $185,380
Program: Stock blessing boxes throughout the community, provide holiday meals and back-to-school snack packs.
Cabarrus Meals on Wheels - $224,500
Program: Purchase two vehicles and hire two part-time delivery drivers.
Bethel Enrichment Center - $117,000
Program: Helping Hands Food and Clothing Pantry has been serving the community for 20 years. Funding would replace appliances, electrical repairs, painting, and plumbing repairs. The food and clothing pantry each support 25-30 families monthly, not to include the unofficial 15 walk-ins.
Elder Orphan Care - $126,750
Program: Provide food assistance at two low income senior apartment buildings - The Villas at Forest Park and Poplar Crossing - where increasing number of residents need food support.
Carolina Farm Stewardship - $31,600
Program: Supplies to increase production and cold storage capacity.
Hope Chapel - $28,600
Program: Serve 100 plates each week either on-site or drive-through service.
Esther's Heart for Transformation Ministry - $124,950
Program: The "Backpacks of Hope" program provides weekend meal bags to children, while the senior program provides weekly food distribution.
Feed the Souls Food Pantry - $14,250
Program: Purchase and installation of a walk-in freezer for food pantry operation serving up to 3,600 meals annually.
Living Faith Food Pantry - $14,000
Program: Purchase food and toiletry items to serve up to 1,690 individuals annually.
Sonshine Backpack Ministry - $30,700
Program: Provide food for school-aged children who are considered food insecure.
Operation Homeless - $100,000
Program: Soup kitchen serves 5,000-6,000 clients annually. No Meals may be picked up at the soup kitchen by family members and caretakers and be taken to the elderly and disabled within the community.
The Bulb Mobile Markets - $191,753
Program: Weekly donation-based mobile farmers markets in two food insecure neighborhoods in Cabarrus County. At each market, The Bulb will provide food assistance by offering a variety of fresh and nutrient-dense produce, as well as staples such as milk, fresh eggs and bread, to those in need.