What seems to be happening here is that in a particular town, instead of directing funds through a normal government agency, funds will go through a church. If, for some reason, a person that normally receives these funds does not want to go to the church for the funding, instead must ask the appropriate government official to create a special means of getting his/her funds. Note, by the way, that the only objection that the receiver can have is a religious one. This would seem to imply that the resource for his funds could be extremely inconvenient. Why is this important? Because it creates an environment where the easiest, "normal" way to get funding is to go to a religious institution, and special procedures must be worked out if you don't want to use that method. It would be excessively ignorant/idealistic to think that the church in question would not evangelize, and use the fact that people come to their place of worship for funds to their own evangelistic ends. This, I think, is not how it should be set up; instead, those people who want to receive funds from their church should be able to petition to have it set up that way, but the normal, default arrangement should be through a government institution. This would achieve all goals as set out in your resolution without hindering those not involved in a religious institution.