The Mustard Seed seeks to meet the
spiritual, physical, emotional, and intellectual needs of adults with
developmental disabilities by providing a loving and protected Christian
community with meaningful activities that allow the participants to
fulfill the potential that God has created within them.
The Mustard Seed is a private §501(c)(3) charitable organization and by
choice does not receive government funding. In addition to Seedsters'
monthly tuition, support relies on individuals, corporations,
foundations, churches and others who believe in our mission.
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NEW MEN'S HOME We have been excited about expanding our campus and have now broken ground on a state-of-the-art Men’s Group Home. Construction began on September 12, 2016, and will be made possible through generous supporters giving of their time, their prayers, and their financial contributions. With nine different giving levels, there are many ways your gifts of all sizes can help to grow and strengthen the ministry of The Mustard Seed. Click here to donate online or click here to print a donation form.
SEEDSTERS TO ATLANTA 2017 Our Seedsters are heading to Atlanta for three days full of museums, baseball, delicious food, and much more! The Seedsters and staff will be working to develop exciting fundraising opportunities to help generate the needed funds for this trip; in addition, we have sponsorships available for businesses and individuals. Click here to learn more.
RACIN' FOR THE SEED 2018 We hope you will join us for our Fifth Annual Racin’ for the Seed 5K and Duathlon on April 7, 2018, at Lakeshore Park in Brandon. Whether you walk, run, or volunteer, your support will help to make Racin' for the Seed 2018 a huge success! Registration opens January 1, 2018. Click here to learn more!
The Mustard Seed is a registered nonprofit, §501(c)(3) tax-exempt organization.