Cabarrus County Community Foundation Grants

Cabarrus County Community Foundation

2021 Total Grants: $71,200

$2,500 to Academic Learning Center to continue to provide afterschool tutoring to elementary students attending Title I schools in Cabarrus County.

$3,500 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.

$6,500 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.

$10,000 to Cabarrus Cooperative Christian Ministry to expand education and support services programs for families at-risk of and currently experiencing homelessness.

$1,500 to Cabarrus Partnership for Children to support Reach Out and Read, a program designed to make early literacy a part of pediatrics primary care.

$2,500 to Church of God Home for Children of NC to help support utility costs.

$2,500 to Classroom Central to support the distribution of school supplies to students and teachers in Kannapolis City Schools.

$4,000 to Community Free Clinic to purchase medications and medical supplies to help uninsured patients manage chronic health conditions.

$2,500 to Communities in Schools of North Carolina to extend support for 11th and 12th grade students in the Jobs for North Carolina Graduates program.

$2,500 to Elder Orphan Care to support the home modification and adaptive equipment program for Cabarrus County residents.

$4,000 to Habitat for Humanity Cabarrus County to support the Critical Home Repair Program in Cabarrus County.

$4,000 to Junior Charity League of Concord to support The Mariam C. Schramm Clothing Room that assists Cabarrus County students.

$2,500 for Midway’s Opportunity House to provide housing to individuals who were recently incarcerated, recently finished treatment for substance abuse issues or who are experiencing chronic homelessness.

$5,000 to Present Age Ministries to support For The One, a program that provides case management services to underage victims of sex trafficking.

$1,200 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 Rowan-Cabarrus YMCA to support afterschool and summer learning loss and enrichment programs.

$4,000 to Samaritan’s Feet International to support Shoes of Hope, a program that provides new athletic shoes to Cabarrus County students experiencing financial hardship.

$5,000 to Second Harvest Food Bank of Metrolina to continue the backpack program, which provides weekend meals for Cabarrus County elementary students experiencing food insecurity.