Past Grant Recipients

October 2018

Alzheimer’s Association–Greater Richmond Chapter

$22,600
Continued support toward improving the quality of life for senior citizens and individuals diagnosed with dementia and Alzheimer’s disease.

Boys & Girls Clubs of Metro Richmond

$58,000
General operating support for the Petersburg Club.

CARES, Inc.

$49,350
Continued support for operation of the shelter.

Colonial Heights Food Pantry Inc.

$52,000
For general operating support.

Colonial Heights Public Schools

$15,125
To support the Center for Technology and Computational Thinking.

Crater Community Hospice Inc.

$50,000
For hospice care.

Downtown Churches United Inc.

$37,025
Continued general operating support.

Family Lifeline

$35,000
To support the Petersburg Early Childhood Development Initiative.

FeedMore, Inc.

$67,500
Toward the Feeding Vulnerable Children and Seniors Initiative, specifically supporting the BackPack Program and Meals on Wheels.

First Baptist Church—Harrison Street

$25,000
A Sacred Landmarks Grant towards restoration of the cast iron staircases along the sides of the main sanctuary.

Gateway Homes Inc.

$40,500
For outpatient clinical services to individuals with serious mental illness.

Greater Richmond SCAN

$15,000
To support the Child Advocacy Center (CAC), which serves children who are victimized by, and exposed to, sexual abuse and associated trauma.

Legal Aid Justice Center

$80,000
For essential legal services to the residents of the Tri-Cities, in partnership with Central Virginia Legal Aid Society (CVLAS).

Lucy Corr Foundation Inc.

$10,000
For the Access to Oral Health Care for Seniors in the Tri-Cities Area project.

NAMI Central Virginia

$24,440
Continued support for the District 19 Mental Health Education, Support, Resources and Prevention project.

Old Brick House Foundation

$29,800
For the Old Brick House Education/Resource Pavilion Preconstruction project.

Petersburg Library Foundation Inc.

$55,000
To support the salary of the Healthy Living and Learning Center’s program coordinator.

Pretty Purposed

$9,660
For the Pretty Purposed and Cupcakes and Conversation 2018-2019 Program Partnership to provide mentoring to girls ages 9-16 in Petersburg City Public Schools as well as in the community.

Rawls Museum Arts Inc.

$10,000
Continued funding to provide arts outreach programming to Sussex County Public Schools.

Serenity

$50,000
For general operating support.

Southside Transformation Opportunities for Residents and Youth (STORY)

$25,600
To support the organization’s after school and summer programming.

St. Joseph’s Villa

$58,500
Continued support for the Flagler Housing Resource Center.

Swift Creek Mill Theatre Inc.

$25,000
Towards youth admissions for Title I schools in multiple localities across the Foundation’s service area.

Virginia Dental Association Foundation

$13,000
Continued funding for the Donated Dental Services Program.

Virginia State University Foundation

$9,300
Towards Phase I of the Summerseat Incubator & Garden Project.