Past Grant Recipients

October 2020

American Red Cross

$25,000
To support immediate disaster assistance in The Cameron Foundation’s service area.

Boy Scouts of America

$45,000
For the Petersburg ScoutReach Program.

Boys & Girls Clubs of Metro Richmond

$52,200
For general operating support for the Petersburg Club.

Central Virginia Legal Aid Society Inc.

$90,000
For the Tri-City Civil Justice Project.

Christ and Grace Episcopal Church

$24,930
A Sacred Landmarks Grant to repair and restore the Tiffany and stained-glass windows in the nave/sanctuary.

Colonial Heights Food Pantry Inc.

$46,800
For general operating support.

Crater Community Hospice Inc.

$45,000
For hospice care.

Downtown Churches United Inc.

$33,323
For general operating support.

Family Lifeline

$31,500
For the Petersburg Early Childhood Home Visiting Initiative.

Gateway Homes Inc.

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

GReat Aspirations Scholarship Program Inc.

$20,000
To support the organization’s financial aid advising at Dinwiddie and Petersburg High Schools.

Lucy Corr Foundation Inc.

$10,000
For Lucy Corr dental clinic services to the Tri-Cities and surrounding counties.

Metropolitan Richmond Sports Backers Inc.

$12,700
For the Fitness Warriors Tri-Cities program.

Petersburg Area Art League Inc.

$15,000
For general operating support.

Petersburg City Public Schools

$33,000
Towards the Diploma Plus: The Pipeline to Student Success program.

Petersburg Library Foundation Inc.

$41,794
For the Healthy Living and Learning Center.

Petersburg Preservation Task Force

$36,000
To support the Museums Director position.

Pretty Purposed

$18,600
For the Pretty Purposed 2020-2021 Girls Program, and towards a part-time executive director as well as a part-time program coordinator.

Reach Out for Life

$15,000
For the Free Mammography Outreach Program in The Cameron Foundation’s service area.

Serenity, Inc.

$50,000
For general operating support.

Southside Transformation Opportunities for Residents and Youth (STORY)

$25,600
For the ML2 Youth Development Program.

St. Joseph’s Villa

$45,000
For the Flagler Housing Resource Center.

Swift Creek Mill Theatre Inc.

$30,000
Towards the Theatre Education and Outreach in a Post-COVID-19 World program.

Virginia Dental Association Foundation

$11,500
For donated dental services in The Cameron Foundation’s service area.

Virginia Network for Victims and Witnesses of Crime

$8,000
To provide more services across the region to survivors of homicide victims through expansion of the Tri-Cities Regional Homicide Survivor Support Group, which is based in Hopewell.