Our 2020 Timeline

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March 2020

March 21

  • Church Preparedness Documents

March 22

  • Response Ability

March 23

  • Preparing Your Church

March 27

  • Fema Reimbursements for Cities

March 31

  • Small Business Grants for Cares Act

April 2020

April 2

  • Chambers County Relief Plan

  • Church Engagement Stragety

  • Church Needs Assessment

April 3

  • Preparing Church for Relief

April 4

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  • Certified Plan for Feeding the Homeless in a Centralized Facility

April 8

  • COVID-19 Reimbursement to the COB

  • COVID-19 Eligable Emergency PPE

April 9

  • Non-congregational Shelter Guidance

April 13

  • Provided Non-congregational Shelter Guidelines to the Health Department

  • Provided Non-congregational Shelter Guideance to Jefferson Mayors' Association

  • Provided Reimbursement for Funding Critical Needs Guidelines to Cities

  • Provided Homeless Strategy: COVID-19 to COB

Our 2020 Timeline

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March 2020

March 21

  • Church Preparedness Documents

March 22

  • Response Ability

March 23

  • Preparing Your Church

March 27

  • Fema Reimbursements for Cities

March 31

  • Small Business Grants for Cares Act

April 2020

April 2

  • Chambers County Relief Plan

  • Church Engagement Stragety

  • Church Needs Assessment

April 3

  • Preparing Church for Relief

April 4

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  • Certified Plan for Feeding the Homeless in a Centralized Facility

April 8

  • COVID-19 Reimbursement to the COB

  • COVID-19 Eligable Emergency PPE

April 9

  • Non-congregational Shelter Guidance

April 13

  • Provided Non-congregational Shelter Guidelines to the Health Department

  • Provided Non-congregational Shelter Guidance to Jefferson Mayors' Association

  • Provided Reimbursement for Funding Critical Needs Guidelines to Cities

  • Provided Homeless Strategy: COVID-19 to COB

  • Provide guidance to the City Of Birmingham into the Jefferson County Health Department for setting up healthcare solutions for emergency responders

April 15

  • Provided documents to the community-based organizations, neighborhoods, communities of Birmingham for organizing to prepare food to the seniors

  • Provided a plan and title feeding Alabama child hunger focus to state superintendent Mackie to keep as much food in homes during the COVID-19 crisis

  • Created a Birmingham Jefferson county Alabama relief plan to provide food to our counties most vulnerable

April 16

  • Provided to Jefferson County Faith community response to the impending crisis and a distribution by ZIP Code for mobilizing volunteers to feed the hungry

April 17

  • Documentation Jefferson County regarding mission Alabama is that relief capability new paragraph

  • Did a follow up with Jefferson County Health Department regarding non-congruent shelters

April 18

  • Provide guidance to county commissioners on how to spend the cove it $19 in the most efficient way from the federal government

April 23

  • Set up website to begin volunteer mobilization across Birmingham Jefferson county court I Care Alabama

April 30

  • Created a list of Jefferson County housing community‘s and the hood housing consortium plan was created

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May 2020

May 1

  • Created the logo for I Care Alabama and content

May 3

  • Share the billions of dollars coming to Alabama through the Cares Act analysis report

May 5

  • Followed up with Jefferson County regarding strategy to feed Jefferson County families

May 11

  • Shared the breakdown of the billions coming to Alabama with Jefferson County Commission Organization

May 14

  • Begin The farmers to Family Food Distribution Initiative

May 15

  • Began to share food pantry guidelines and drive-through distribution protocols with food distribution partners

May 20

  • Secured warehouses for food distribution hub’s. The super Walmart in Fairfield for Jefferson County and formal Winn-Dixie in 5 points West or the Birmingham area

May 21

  • Turned in the CDBG Karrissa proposal and feeding Alabama‘s most vulnerable proposal

May 22

  • Prepare the Amazon proposal

May 25

  • Turned in the Mission Alabama Jefferson County hood housing Consortium proposal

May 27

  • Partner with Black Lives Matter Birmingham to create a strategy for the public housing community

June 2020

June 1

  • Relief Church Stratigeies

June 7

  • Mission Alabama opens up a hub in Selma/ Dallas County Black Belt region

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June 15

  • Mission Alabama feeding more than 40,000 families weekly

June 29

  • I Care Alabama in faith and works food distribution covers Birmingham Jefferson county Public House

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July 2020

July 2

  • AT&T becomes a partner with I Care Alabama

July 8

  • The Society of Saint Andrews becomes a partner with I Care Alabama

July 15

  • Mission Alabama opens up a hub and Montgomery, Alabama

August 2020

August 10

  • Began building networks to buy food from Black Belt farmers

August 25

  • Pepsi-Cola/Buffalo Rock becomes a partner of I Care Alabama

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September 2020

September 9

  • The state of Alabama becomes a partner with Mission Alabama and I Care Alabama

September 29

  • Mission Alabama qualifies for round two of Farmers to Family

September 30

  • Mission Alabama partners with City Serve

October 2020

October 1

  • Mission Alabama qualifies for round three of the Farmers to Family program

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November 2020

November 10

  • Mission Alabama qualifies for round four of the pharmacy family program covering all of Central Alabama

November 15

  • Mission Alabama applies for funding reimbursement from Jefferson County

November 16

  • Mission Alabama partners with the community foundation of Central Alabama

November 22

  • Mission Alabama begins delivering food to Atlanta and Central Georgia and suburban communities

November 23

  • Mission Alabama establishes I Care Georgia

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Families and Children living in Alabama’s Rural communities have several of the risk factors that make those homes prone to increased violence during the COVID-19 Pandemic. These homes are often marked by food insecurity, clothing insecurity, utility insecurities, addiction, and poverty. The additional cost 10 to 30 meals per week being placed on these families along with the loss of employment is going to be challenging.

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December 2020

December 17

  • Mission Alabama completes Cares Act funding application county

January 2021

January 15

  • Mission Alabama qualifies to distribute food across the entire state of Alabama

January 28

  • Mission Alabama provides food relief to Fultondale and Center point and Pinson areas of Jefferson County