Livelihood Support

METAD's livelihood support has a slightly broader reach than its other programs but It encompasses people's capabilities, assets, income and activities required to secure the necessities of life. If you'd like to learn more about how METAD supports individuals livelihood read more below!

Domestic Medical Relief

Health care in the United States is very high due to a plethora of reasons. The ultimate effect is that the economically vulnerable find themselves scraping for change to pay for costly medical procedures and often fall short. Seeing that there are millions of uninsured individuals who have an income, but lack the means to pay for medical problems, METAD has created a fund to help support those who need medical attention to continue providing for themselves and their family. Read on to learn more!

Dental Assistance

Oral health is incredibly important for individuals. Oral health is not only a reflection of a person's overall physical health but it is really important for someone's self esteem and confidence. METAD has provided grant assistance to those who cannot afford the high costs of dental procedures. Read more to understand how METAD is helping those in your community get back their health and confidence.

Food Pantry Distribution

Over the course of the past 7 years, METAD has taken part in a continued partnership project with Local Food Pantry's that would involve a yearly donation to their humanitarian work in feeding and giving support to those in need within the West Michigan area. Read more if you'd like to see a few of our partnerships and how you can help feed those with food scarcity.

Church Outreach & Support

METAD regularly partners with churches all over the nation to make sure that the economically vulnerable are being taken care of and not slipping through the cracks of society. METAD does its best to discover new needs and in order to address as many as we can, we partner with churches and their congregation. Read more to find out how we've helped churches in the past.

Alec WinterMETAD