Baptist Community Ministries recently awarded over $1.6M to local partners that are working directly with those affected by COVID-19. BCM’s Board of Trustees and senior management will continue to monitor the situation and communicate with grantees and philanthropic partners as we navigate the COVID-19 crises together. In the meantime, BCM will continue to fund ALL of its existing grant commitments.

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Announcements

August 3, 2020: READ THE AUGUST REMEDIUM

Click here to read this month’s Remedium. This newsletter informs our church network about city and statewide community activities, programs and resources. It provides inspiration and tips that wellness ministry leaders can use in their work. It also highlights the impact of the work of wellness ministries.


July 15, 2020: BCM has Awarded Over $1,600,000 in Grants to 47 Local Partners for COVID-19 Relief

BCM has awarded over $1,600,000 in grants to support those in need due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The grants will support critical response efforts by 47 nonprofits across Greater New Orleans. Click here to read more.


July 6, 2020: BCM Awards an Additional $565,000 in Grants to 43 Local Partners for COVID-19 Pandemic Relief

BCM has awarded an additional $565,000 in grants to support those in need due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The grants will support critical response efforts by 43 nonprofits across Greater New Orleans.


July 2, 2020: READ THE JULY REMEDIUM

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June 5, 2020: READ THE JUNE REMEDIUM

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May 22, 2020: BCM awards an Additional $400,000 in Grants to Local Partners for COVID-19 Pandemic Relief

BCM has awarded an additional $400,000 in grants to support those in need due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The grants will support response efforts to critical community needs by two local nonprofits: Second Harvest Food Bank of Greater New Orleans and Acadiana and United Way of Southeast Louisiana. Click here to read more.


May 5, 2020: READ THE MAY REMEDIUM

To read this month’s Congregational Wellness newsletter click here. This newsletter informs our church network about city and statewide community activities, programs and resources. It provides inspiration and tips that wellness ministry leaders can use in their work. It also highlights the impact of the work of wellness ministries.


April 7, 2020: READ THE APRIL REMEDIUM

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March 24, 2020: BCM Awards $500,000 in Grants to Local Partners for COVID-19 Pandemic Relief

BCM has awarded $500,000 in grants to support those in need due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The grants will support response efforts to critical community needs by four local nonprofits including: Greater New Orleans Foundation, New Orleans Business Alliance, Second Harvest Food Bank of Greater New Orleans and Acadiana, and United Way of Southeast Louisiana. Click here to read more.


March 10, 2020: READ THE MARCH REMEDIUM

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February 17, 2020: New BCM Staff Members, Todd Battiste and Larry Johnson

Join us in welcoming our newest staff members, Todd Battiste and Larry Johnson, to the BCM team. Todd is BCM’s Education Grants Program Director. Larry is BCM’s police chaplain serving the New Orleans Police Department’s District 1 & 5. We are proud to have both Todd and Larry join our team.


February 14, 2020: READ THE FEBRUARY REMEDIUM

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February 10, 2019: New Grants Committee Advisors, David Darragh & John Kallenborn

Join us in welcoming our newest Grants Committee Advisors, David Darragh and John Kallenborn, to BCM’s Grants Committee. David is Operating Partner at LongueVue Capital, a private equity firm in New Orleans. Prior to that, he served as President & CEO of New Orleans-based Reily Foods Company for 13 years. John is the Vice Chairman of the Louisiana market for JPMorgan Chase & Co. and has been active in banking for 37 years. We are honored to have both David and John serve on the Grants Committee.