The following organizations each received money from the Sulanke Trust:

  • Winnie’s Kids, $1,000
  • Christian Ministries, $500
  • Habitat for Humanity, $400
  • Second Harvest Food Bank, $400
  • Muncie Mission, $400
  • A Better Way, $400
  • Children’s Clothing Center of Delaware Co., Inc., $400
  • YWCA, $400



On Sunday, May 9, Rev. Diane presented Winnie with a check for $12,000 for her annual trip to Kenya. Winnie came forward with her thanks and deep appreciation for such a wonderful gift, reminding us of the many ways this helps the kids in Kenya.

The following is a breakdown of the people and organizations who gave money:

Kenya Calendars  $960.00

PRP Real Estate (Christmas friend of Rev. Jones) – $6,000.00

Red Bud Quilting – $100.00

Farmington Hills Church –  $650.00

Hazelwood Church Members – $ 2,420.00

Sulanke Trust match up to $1,000 – $ 1,000.00

BSU Friends – $6,034.45

Grand Total – $17,164.45



“Dear friends,

You have given a spring blessing to someone in need! Thank you! Your gift offers new life to a neighbor who is struggling. The hungry are fed, the homeless find shelter, and those battling addictions are renewed with hope – all because you chose to make a difference for someone you may never meet! Thank you for your heart of compassion for all God’s children.

Grateful for every gift!
~Frank Baldwin, President/CEO, Muncie Mission


“Dear Hazelwood Christian Church,

We here at YWCA Central Indiana were so honored to receive the $400 Resident Fund contribution that you made to our organization.

YWCA is on a mission to eliminate racism and empower women. We’ve been at the forefront of the biggest issues of the day for 160 years, and with your support we can continue working to improve the lives of girls and women for years to come.

Thank you for joining us as we endeavor to continue eliminating racism, empowering women, and assisting those without a home to call their own.

~WaTasha Barnes Griffin, CEO, YWCA Central Indiana


“Dear Hazelwood,

Your gift of $400 helps people in East Central Indiana. Your support is strengthening the lives of seniors in our community. May is Older Americans’ month, and donors like you are providing healthy resources to our 16 Senior Safety Net Sites that serve more than 850 older adults each month.

We thank you. You are making a difference.”
~Robby Tompkins, Director of Philanthropy, Second Harvest Food Bank




Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *