Iredell County Community Foundation

2011 Total Grants $91,000

 


Iredell Museums, Inc. received a $2,500 grant from the Iredell County Community Foundation in 2011 for the Greening the Curriculum program at East Elementary. Students explore the bigger world around them while learning the laws of the universe and the principles of ecology. Photo courtesy of Regan Hill, Statesville Record and Landmark.

$5,000 to Appropriate Placement Options, Inc. for the Youth Incentive Program.

$2,000 to the Barium Springs Home for Children for the Music and Media Arts Program.

$3,500 to the Boys & Girls Club of the Piedmont, Inc. for Project Yellowstone.

$5,000 to the Children’s Home of Iredell County, Inc. for the Special Treasures Youth Employment Program.

$5,000 to Diakonos, Inc. (5th Street Ministries) for Connecting Iredell, a collaborative information system of resource linkages to local and state services via the internet.

$2,500 to Easter Seals UCP North Carolina, Inc. for Iredell-Connect, a program to enhance the lives of adults and children with disabilities.

$5,000 to First Baptist Church Mooresville to help support the Back Pack Meals Ministry.

$5,000 to Gaston Family Health Services to provide dental services to children at the Open Door Dental Clinic.

$2,500 to Girl Scout Carolinas Peaks to Piedmont, Inc. for their anti-bullying program called Quiet Cruelty: It’s a Girl’s World.

$2,500 to Habitat for Humanity of Iredell-Statesville for the HAND Up Program. assisting people with critical home repairs.

$2,500 to Hospice & Palliative Care of Iredell County, Inc. to support the Palliative Care Program specializing in medical care for people with serious illnesses.

$10,000 to Iredell Christian Ministries for crisis assistance with utility bills.

$2,000 to Iredell County Partnership for Young Children for the Positive Solutions for Teen Parents Program.

$2,500 to Iredell Museums, Inc. for the Greening the Curriculum Program at East Elementary.

$2,000 to Iredell-Statesville YMCA for the Community Nutrition in Action Program.

$5,000 to Matthew 25 Ministries to support their food ministry.

$5,000 to Piedmont Mediation Center, Inc. for the Tough Choices: Beyond Anger Management Program.

$10,000 to Power Cross for the Power Cross Preferred College Prep Mentoring Program for at-risk young men ages 7-18.

$10,000 to Yokefellow Ministries of Greater Statesville for crisis assistance.

$4,000 to Young Life Ministries to assist in the startup of Young Life at South Iredell High School.


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For more information about Iredell County Community Foundation, contact:

Meg Dees
Vice President
Philanthropic Advancement 
704.224.8840
mdees@fftc.org

Alli Celebron-Brown
Vice President,
Community Programs & Civic Leadership—Affiliates
704.973.4533
acelebronbrown@fftc.org