GRANT AWARDS FROM PATA AND PATA PROGRAMS
We would like to offer our congratulations to the following anticipated recipients of our funding grants or products donations:
Central Distribution Center
AWARD: To PATA South Africa
AMOUNT: $350 million for high nutrition, prepackaged emergency meals, high lauric acid coconut oil, seed grain, assorted clothing, vegetable seeds and various missionary materials.
Purpose: To feed, give supplemental support, and help evangelize needy populations in South Africa and surrounding countries.
PATA-United States Programs are listed in the various boxes marked on this page.
For further information on application process for grants or donated products, please click on the link below:
Pastor Trimelda C. McDaniels, MAHS
PATA International CEO
Director of Economic Research and Development
Teach A Person To Fish...
MOTHER MARY, BEARER OF AFRICA'S HOPE
FIRST AWARD OF 2002
To: PATA RSA Missionary Projects
From: Deacon Robert Zamecnik
PURPOSE: To set up the non-profit corporation of PATA RSA-Missionary Projects
TEACH A PERSON TO FISH PROGRAM
AWARD: To The Purple Dragon LLC
Contact Person: Sheila MacNeil
Amount to be Awarded: $3.7 million dollars
Purpose: To fund The Idaho Falls Family Fun Rainbow Village. This project will include Smiley's Eat and Play Restaurant,and
La Familia English/Spanish Theatre Recreation Hall
Anticipated Date for Funding: 2002
Designated Charity for the business to support:
Domestic Violence Intervention Association
Ten percent of all yearly revenues, after expenses, will be donated by all three businesses on behalf of this nonprofit organization.
Award to: TIKENAH INC
Contact Persons: Robert Zamecnik and Belinda Zamecnik
Amount To Be Awarded: $50 million
Purpose: To set up two projects:
-Tikeenah Farms, a 70 acre, organic farm based upon Christian principles of permaculture and natural ecology.
This model of research and experimental farming would be set up to operate in cooperation with the 4H youth programs and indigenous vocational schools.
Here also agricultural workers would have be trained for sustaining, year round jobs in a permacultured farming setting. They would be able to live on the adjoining property, if they so desired, without fear of losing their positions.
Eighty percent of the money from the sale of all farming products, after taxes and expenses would go to support Tikenah Research Institute.
-Tikeenah Research Institute will specialize in addressing chronic, systemic diseases, both here and through PATA South Africa. By setting up a free clinic system in the United States and abroad, TRI will be able to bring effective,low cost, natural medical solutions to abandoned populations.
Anticipated funding date: 2002 THIS PROJECT IS BEING FUNDED THROUGH NORTH STAR AS A PILOT FOR BOTH THE AMERICAN AND AFRICAN OUTREACHES