Community Partnerships

Healthy Children, Healthy Communities

Our Community Partnerships were born out of a desire for our 30 communities to have a more personal source of support. It is our goal to find a Community Partner for each community in our Community Health Development Program.

 

Our Partners stay connected:  Our Community Partners receive updates, stories, and photos as your community is visited throughout the year.  They are able to watch how your partnership makes a difference throughout the year. 

"I love the community

partnership program because

I know God is using our gifts to

change an entire community."

                 

                -Bruce Carter

 

Through an annual contribution of $3,250.00, a Friends of Barnabas Community Partner, provides the following to a sponsored community:

     ¨ Transportation resources for Mountain Medical Teams,

     ¨ Educational support for community leaders and community health volunteers,

     ¨ Midwife training and support,

     ¨ Community lectures and workshops by our Community Health Nurse,

     ¨ Home visits during community education session.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

We are grateful for our Community Partnerships

    South Richmond Rotary, La Aquita

Howard Chapel-Ridgeville United Methodist Church, La Cuchilla & Palmichales Fatima

Farmville United Methodist Church, El Chaguiton

Bruce and Susan Carter Family, La Isla   

Main Street United Methodist Church, Encinal

 Reveille United Methodist Church, Aguas de La Reina

Trinity United Methodist Church, El Carrizal   

   Barbara Reid & Family, Cordoncillos

Warwick United Methodist Church, Agua Zarca

Main Street UMC, Encinal

West Main Baptist, San Jose de la Cuesta

The Janania-Evans Family, El Caliche

 

To learn more about how you or your organization can take part in the Community Partnership program, contact us at (804) 744-5624 or e-mail erin@fobf.org.

​“When the clinic numbers are read after a team visits in one of our communities, there is a sense of awe in the room, knowing we also touched each of those lives.”

     -  Phil Ayers, Pastor - Howard Chapel