Past Grant Recipients

October 2016

 

Al-A-Mo Recovery Center Inc.

$28,000
Continued general operating support.

Art on Wheels

$16,000
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

$60,000
For continued support of programming at the Petersburg Boys & Girls Club.

Butterwood United Methodist Church

$25,000
A Sacred Landmarks Grant for the Structural Repairs project.

Colonial Heights Food Pantry Inc.

$60,000
Continued support for general operating expenses.

Crater Community Hospice Inc.

$37,500
Continued support for the Access to Hospice Services project.

Crisis Assistance Response Emergency Shelter, Inc. (CARES)

$40,850
To continue support for shelter operations.

District 19 Community Services Board

$25,000
Continued support for the CIT Crisis Assessment Center, specifically toward the peer specialist and to provide transportation assistance to clients.

Equal Justice America Inc.

$5,500
Renewal funding for law student fellowships at Legal Aid Society of Central Virginia to serve the Tri-Cities area.

Family Lifeline

$45,000
For continuation of the Petersburg Early Childhood Development Initiative.

Feed More Inc.

$75,000
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.

$45,000
For continued support of the occupational therapist position to increase the employment preparedness of clients.

Girl Scout Commonwealth Council of Virginia Inc.

$20,000
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

$7,000
To implement the Learn to Swim program to second graders in two elementary schools in the southern Chesterfield area.

Greater Richmond SCAN

$35,000
To continue support of the Child Advocacy Center project in The Cameron Foundation’s service area.

Legal Aid Justice Center

$70,000
To continue providing legal services to low income residents of the Tri-Cities area.

Petersburg Public Library Foundation

$61,490
For continuation of the Healthy Living and Learning Center project, specifically, to fund the center’s program coordinator position.

Push Faith House

$5,000
To provide families and individuals with emergency housing and associated resources in Sussex and Surry counties.

Quill Theatre

$20,000
For the Shakespeare Touring Initiative in the Foundation’s service area.

Serenity

$40,000
For continued general operating support.

Smart Beginnings Southeast

$65,000
Towards improvement of educational child care settings and developmental screenings in the region.

Southside Transformation Opportunities for Residents and Youth (STORY)

$25,600
To support the organization’s ML2: Math, Literacy and Reading afterschool program.

St. Joseph’s Villa

$65,000
Continued support to operate the Flagler Housing Resource Center in Petersburg.

Virginia Dental Association Foundation

$12,500
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

$15,000
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.