Grantee Spotlight

  • Institute for Public Health InnovationInstitute for Public Health Innovation
    As part of its strategy to promote a culture of health across the region, in 2015 The Cameron Foundation engaged Dr. Michael Royster of the Institute for Public Health Innovation (IPHI) to facilitate a series …
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Now Accepting Online Letters of Intent for Next Grant Cycle

The Cameron Foundation has opened its next grant cycle to accept online Letter of Intent (LOI) applications. LOIs are due no later than 5:00 p.m. on Monday, January 7, 2019. Sign in to apply.

Cameron Foundation makes awards on 14th anniversary of grantmaking for Tri-Cities area

Celebrating 14 years of philanthropy in the Tri-Cities community, The Cameron Foundation approved new grant funding for 25 organizations in October. The awards total $867,400. In the ceremony to celebrate its 14th anniversary, Board Chair Pam Martin Comstock announced that the latest funding from this October cycle brought the Foundation’s total giving to more than $86 million.

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City of Hopewell and Cameron Foundation Celebrate Completion of Community Gateway Project at Route 10 Bridge

The City of Hopewell and The Cameron Foundation celebrated completion of their major $1 million cooperative gateway project with a dedication ceremony at the site today. The 10,000 square-foot gateway project – which features the iconic sculpture, “Return,” by international artist Ralph Helmick – is located at the Route 10 bridge across the Appomattox River, traveling east into the city. The sculpture serves as the centerpiece to this major gateway into the city, which also includes extensive landscaping, lighting, decorative paving and other site improvements.

In selecting the location, Hopewell officials identified the site as a key corridor for travelers entering the city. It has been targeted for economic development, with several projects under way or now completed.

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