Cabarrus County Community Foundation Grants

Cabarrus County Community Foundation

2022 Total Grants: $80,650

$3,000 to Academic Learning Center to continue to provide afterschool tutoring to elementary students attending Title I schools in Cabarrus County.

$2,750 to The Arc of Union/Cabarrus to support Camp Spencer, a one-week day camp for older teens and adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities.

$1,250 to Autism Society of North Carolina to help individuals build fulfilling lives in their communities and to connect Cabarrus County families to resources tailored to their needs.

$2,500 to Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central Carolinas to support the one-on-one mentoring program in Cabarrus County.

$5,000 to Boys and Girls Club of Cabarrus County to support the Project Learn afterschool program.

$2,200 to Brave Step to help expand mental health programs and services for adult survivors of sexual violence and loved ones of survivors in Cabarrus County.

$5,000 to Cabarrus Cooperative Christian Ministry to support Pathway to Progress, a financial education course.

$3,000 to Cabarrus Partnership for Children to support Reach Out and Read, a program designed to make early literacy a part of pediatrics primary care.

$3,300 to Church of God Home for Children of NC to help install an alarm system to increase safety and security of the residential facilities.

$2,000 to Church of the Brethren Concord Fellowship to help the Living Faith Food Pantry provide perishable food items to food pantry guests.

$3,000 to Classroom Central to support the distribution of school supplies to students and teachers in Kannapolis City Schools.

$4,700 to Cabarrus Health Alliance to purchase a “Stop the Bleed” emergency kit for every school in Cabarrus County.

$7,200 to Coltrane LIFE Center to continue to provide adult day health care services with health care, monitoring, support and supervision for seniors and adults with disabilities.

$500 to Cabarrus 4-H Foundation to purchase Chromebooks for the Cabarrus County 4-H STEM Program.

$5,000 to Diaper Bank of North Carolina to distribute free diapers and diapering supplies, period products, and adult incontinence supplies to low-income individuals and families in Cabarrus County.

$5,000 to Girl Scouts, Hornet’s Nest Council to support the Girl Scouts Leadership Experience in Cabarrus County.

$5,000 to Habitat for Humanity Cabarrus County to support the Critical Home Repair Program in Cabarrus County.

$2,000 to Junior Achievement of Central Carolinas to help support the Biztown and Finance Park programs for middle school students in Cabarrus County.

$6,000 to Junior Charity League of Concord to support The Mariam C. Schramm Clothing Room, which provides clothing, shoes and toiletries to Cabarrus County students facing hardship.

$2,000 for Midway’s Opportunity House to support the day shelter program for individuals experiencing homelessness in Cabarrus County.

$2,750 to Present Age Ministries to support For The One, a program that provides comprehensive case management services to underage victims of sex trafficking.

$1,000 to Ronald McDonald House of Charlotte to support a one-week stay for a Cabarrus County family while their child seeks medical treatment at a Charlotte-area hospital.

$2,500 to Second Harvest Food Bank of Metrolina to continue the backpack program, which provides weekend meals for students experiencing food insecurity at 3 Cabarrus County elementary schools.

$1,500 to Special Olympics North Carolina to support Cabarrus County athletes.

$2,500 to Walking in the Harvest to support Operation Breadbasket, which provides emergency food and resources to the Logan community and Cabarrus County residents.