- Southside Health Education FoundationSince providing Southside Health Education Foundation (SHEF) start-up funding in 2008, Cameron has awarded it over $670,000 in capacity-building support and transferred approximately $1.6 million in scholarship funds. SHEF’s early work in administering local health-related …Learn more
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 approves $250,000 implementation grant to FOLAR for park and trail development
Building on its earlier proactive investment in Friends of the Lower Appomattox River (FOLAR) for a master planning process, The Cameron Foundation’s Board of Directors has approved its first implementation grant to the organization to improve a key section of the Appomattox River Trail. The $250,000 award supports design development, pre-construction engineering, and construction of this segment of the Appomattox River Trail as well as design and fabrication of wayfinding signage. The area to be developed, between University Boulevard and the Boulevard in Old Towne Petersburg, is rated as one of the highest priority trail segments for the entire trail system.
Cameron Foundation approves $1.28 million in grant awards
The Cameron Foundation recently approved new grant funding for 24 organizations to support a broad range of programs and projects in the Tri-Cities area. The awards, which total $1,279,802, were approved by the Foundation’s Board of Directors earlier this month.
The largest grant this cycle was made to Central Virginia Health Services, Inc. (CVHS) for $266,000. The funds help to underwrite dental services at the Appomattox Area Health and Wellness Center.