Past Grant Recipients

October 2013

Art on Wheels

$11,500
For continuation of the organization’s services to senior citizens in The Cameron Foundation’s service area through the Aging in the Arts program.

Bensley-Bermuda Volunteer Rescue Squad

$31,005
For the purchase of replacement stretchers.

ChildSavers of Richmond/Memorial Child Guidance Clinic

$30,000
To expand the Virginia Star Quality Initiative for early childhood development across the Foundation’s service area.

Colonial Heights Food Pantry, Inc.

$82,000
For continued general operating support.

Commonwealth of Virginia Office of the Commonwealth’s Attorney

$24,000
Towards the salary of the interagency coordinator for the Petersburg Mental Health Initiative.

Crater Community Hospice

$50,000
To continue support of hospice services in Planning District 19.

Crater Health District

$69,500
For continued support of the Petersburg Healthy Living and Learning Center, including funding for the salary of a full-time health educator coordinator.

FeedMore, Inc.

$110,000
For continued support of the organization’s services in the Tri-Cities area through the Strategic Comprehensive Hunger Relief program.

FLITE Foundation

$35,000
For the Freedom Support Center in Petersburg that will provide services for veterans in the region.

Gateway Homes of Greater Richmond

$35,000
To support a nurse practitioner position.

Greater Richmond Fit4Kids

$35,000
To implement the Wellness Integration Program at Elizabeth Scott Elementary School that will integrate physical activity and nutrition information into the core curriculum.

Greater Richmond SCAN

$35,000
To continue support of the Child Advocacy Center project in The Cameron Foundation’s service area.

The James House Intervention/Prevention Services, Inc.

$55,000
For continued support of rural outreach services in Dinwiddie and Prince George counties.

Old Brick House Foundation

$5,000
Towards architectural and engineering fees for construction of an ADA-compliant pavilion on the grounds of the Old Brick House.

Reach Out and Read Virginia

$10,000
To continue its early literacy program, the Reach Out and Read initiative, in the Tri-Cities area.

Serenity, Inc.

$40,000
For continued general operating support.

Shepherd’s Center of Chesterfield

$8,000
For continuation of the Senior Outreach Program in the Foundation’s service area.

The Read Center

$30,000
Toward the “Extending Petersburg Literacy Reach” project, which serves low-level reading adults in the city.

Virginia Dental Health Foundation

$12,000
For continuation of the Donated Dental Services Project in the Tri-Cities area.