Our 'Target' Projects
The Emmanuel Empowerment Foundation is contantly looking for opportunities to assist the Emmanuel Baptist Church in engaging and connecting with individuals, families and communities. These 'target' projects have been selected because they address one of the foundational elements of healthly and vibrant communities.
The project is connected to the ‘EBC Dream Statement’ which endeavors to create a multi-use facility on the church’s existing property (245 Third Avenue, Rankin, PA 15104) that can serve as the center for church-based worship as well as community-based outreach, empowerment and engagement.
Estimated Cost: $3.8 Million
Estimated Jobs Created: 5
Center-4-Excellence & Cyber Academy
This project endeavors to create a structured satellite venue for students enrolled in cyber curricula; regardless of school district. This venue will meet or exceed the daily 1hr/course login time expectation for core curriculum courses; while supplementing the remainder of the day with a host of life-coaching, development, service and health/fitness activities. The Cyber Academy will be housed within the new Emmanuel Baptist Church building.
Estimated Cost: $1.2 million
Estimated Jobs Created: 5
This project endeavors to acquire a minimum 6-acre parcel of land within the Borough of Rankin for conversion to a lighted, multi-purpose; turf and hard surface facility to serve as a focal point for community based sports programs and special events. This facility will sponsor community-based organized sports activities but will also be available for lease to teams and organizations as a practice and game-day venue.
Estimated Cost: $1.6 million (Phase 1); $1.3 million (Phase 2)
Estimated Jobs Created: 5 (FT, PT)
FAITHWorks Community Wellness Center
Christian churches have had a meaningful historic link to clinical healthcare dating back to the 19th century. Located within the new Emmanuel Baptist Church building, this bold collaborative project with the FAITHWorks Wellness Group, LLC, will create a full-service community health resource that will include tierd fee schedules, open-scheduling (walk-in appointments), urgent care services as well as counseling, life-coaching and social work services. The fee schedule will be tiered based on income and other parameters but will reduce significant practice overhead associated with collections and claims filing. The health center will be recognized as both a Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC) as well as a Patient Centered Medical Home (PCMH); serving also as a loan repayment site for physicians, advance practice clinicians (PAs and NPs) and nurses. Digital radiography, CLIA-waived point-of-care testing will streamline clinical data collection; while technology-based platforms will make care completely customizable including virtual clinical visits and consultation.
Estimated Cost: $450,000
Estimated Jobs Created: 5 (professional); 3 (support)