Total Awarded in October 2016:
Past Grant Recipients
Al-A-Mo Recovery Center Inc.
Continued general operating support.
Art on Wheels
Continuation of therapeutic art classes for seniors in the Tri-Cities area through the Aging in the Arts program.
Boys & Girls Clubs of Metro Richmond
For continued support of programming at the Petersburg Boys & Girls Club.
Butterwood United Methodist Church
A Sacred Landmarks Grant for the Structural Repairs project.
Colonial Heights Food Pantry Inc.
Continued support for general operating expenses.
Crater Community Hospice Inc.
Continued support for the Access to Hospice Services project.
Crisis Assistance Response Emergency Shelter, Inc. (CARES)
To continue support for shelter operations.
District 19 Community Services Board
Continued support for the CIT Crisis Assessment Center, specifically toward the peer specialist and to provide transportation assistance to clients.
Equal Justice America Inc.
Renewal funding for law student fellowships at Legal Aid Society of Central Virginia to serve the Tri-Cities area.
For continuation of the Petersburg Early Childhood Development Initiative.
Feed More Inc.
Continued support for the BackPack Program, Mobile Pantry and the Meals on Wheels components of the Healthy Food for Children, Families and Seniors initiative.
Gateway Homes Inc.
For continued support of the occupational therapist position to increase the employment preparedness of clients.
Girl Scout Commonwealth Council of Virginia Inc.
To deliver the Be a Friend First bullying prevention program to middle school-aged girls in the Foundation’s service area.
Greater Richmond Aquatics Partnership
To implement the Learn to Swim program to second graders in two elementary schools in the southern Chesterfield area.
Greater Richmond SCAN
To continue support of the Child Advocacy Center project in The Cameron Foundation’s service area.
Legal Aid Justice Center
To continue providing legal services to low income residents of the Tri-Cities area.
Petersburg Public Library Foundation
For continuation of the Healthy Living and Learning Center project, specifically, to fund the center’s program coordinator position.
Push Faith House
To provide families and individuals with emergency housing and associated resources in Sussex and Surry counties.
For the Shakespeare Touring Initiative in the Foundation’s service area.
For continued general operating support.
Smart Beginnings Southeast
Towards improvement of educational child care settings and developmental screenings in the region.
Southside Transformation Opportunities for Residents and Youth (STORY)
To support the organization’s ML2: Math, Literacy and Reading afterschool program.
St. Joseph’s Villa
Continued support to operate the Flagler Housing Resource Center in Petersburg.
Virginia Dental Association Foundation
For continuation of the Donated Dental Services program, focusing on providing dental services to low income seniors and adults with disabilities who live in the Tri-Cities.
Virginia Mentoring Partnership
To support the organization’s work with Southside Transformation Opportunities for Residents and Youth and to explore the development of a mentor program in the Foundation’s service area.