Thanks to a three-year effort by the Sharps and others, the Rural Development Department of the USDA has approved a $1.55 million-dollar loan to expand Abba House with a 22,000 sq. ft. building that will enable the ministry to triple its current capacity. And recently, American Proteins owner Tommy Bagwell recently committed to providing a $150,000 matching grant to the organization.
"This [grant from the Bagwells puts us within $300,000 to $400,000 of reaching our goal and being able to break ground on the project," Sharp said. "I'd estimate, we should be ready to start building within the next six months."
The new data management tool should be a perfect complement to an already expanding infrastructure.
About Abba House
Abba House is a 12-month minimum residential ministry for women with emotional wounding. Abba House is a safe place for women to come and receive God’s love and forgiveness. For more information, please visit: www.abbahouse.com
About Global Vision Technologies
GVT is a provider of world-class information management solutions for child welfare and human services case management, patient registries, and e-learning management. The company strength is derived from its ability to rapidly deliver tailored, cost effective and proven web-based tools that save organizations time and money by improving time to ramp up, while reducing overall training and support costs.
For more information, contact: George Ritacco, Global Vision Technologies (877)-791-4367 ext. 85 or visit us on the web at http://www.globalvisiontech.com
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