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Ethnos Coalition Relief Disbursement Guidelines




Complete an Application Donate to Ethnos


Prefer to give by check or money order? Mail to Mission to North America, PO Box 890233, Charlotte NC 28289-0233.



Priority of Diaconates:


First Priority:

PCA Diaconates represented by MNA minority leaders.

Second priority:

PCA Diaconates serving ethnic communities not represented by MNA’s minority leaders

Can a diaconate apply for help more than once?

Yes, if they are requesting relief for new families and with the understanding that their repeat request will be given a lower priority than first time requests.

Priority of Beneficiaries:


First priority:

Distressed low-income ethnic minority households who will not be receiving government stimulus funds, unemployment insurance payments or paycheck replacement.

Second priority:

Distressed low-income ethnic minority households which have lost all or most of their income due to job loss or unpaid furlough as a result of the CoVid-19 crisis 

Frequency of Distribution:

Relief grants will be sent on the 1st and the 15th of every month.

How will the committee make their decisions?


The relief Disbursement Committee will hold called closed meetings to review applications and make recommendations to the MNA Executive Team representative based on the priorities set by the Coalition.

The Disbursement Committee will make disbursement decisions by a simple majority vote.

MNA Associate Coordinator will review the committee’s recommendations and issue the order to disburse funds.

You can donate to the Ethnos Coalition Relief Fund online, or mail a check to:

Mission to North America
PO Box 890233
Charlotte NC 28289-0233

Updated on June 15, 2020

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