Community Resources and Partnerships

Bridge To Rutland

Bridge to Rutland is a group of Rutland County residents working to bring asylum-seekers to Vermont and to support them once they’re here. Asylum is a protection granted to a foreigner already living in the United States or a person arriving at the border who is unable to safely return to their home country because of persecution on account of race, religion, nationality, membership in a particular social group, or political opinion.  For more information see B2R About page.

Companions in Wholeness

Companions in Wholeness encompasses the Comfort Zone, Breaking Bread and Faith on Foot outreach ministries of Rutland United Methodist Church.

RUMC has an Outreach Coordinator, Linda Allen, who is available at the Church on Monday through Thursday from 9:00 am to 1:30 pm. Linda serves as a liaison among the Co-Pastors, the Congregation, and the City of Rutland.

Linda organizes and distributes donations to help members of the community. Grace Church is one of many ministry and community partners of Companions in Wholeness. For more info visit:

Vermont Farmers Food Center

Increasing access and availability of locally produced food.

VFFC “Farm”acy Project information.

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Vermont Foodbank

Making a Collective Impact: Gather and Share Food, Nurture People


Loaner Program – Home Medical Equipment (at Grace Church)

Contact Grace Church Office for more information or to Donate.

Project Vision

Alcoholics Anonymous – Vermont


District 6 Rutland Area Virtual & Live Meetings

Smokey House Center – Danby, VT

Promotes sustainable agricultural and forestry practices while enabling people to develop the skills needed to be productive and self-sufficient members of their communities.

Our Mission Work Outside of Rutland, VT


HEAL: Health, Education, Ample Nutrition and Love in Kenya


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