Cabarrus COVID-19 Grants

Cabarrus COVID-19 Response Fund

May 15 Grants: $67,500

$20,000 to Cooperative Christian Ministry to assist families with rent, mortgage and utility payments.

$10,000 to Boys & Girls Club of Cabarrus County to provide food and other resources to families in need.

$10,000 to The Salvation Army - Concord to provide shelter and emergency financial assistance to those in need.

$10,000 to Habitat for Humanity Cabarrus County to help cover construction costs for affordable homes for low-income families.

$7,500 to Families First in Cabarrus County to fund the Ready4K Trauma Relief project for K-3 students, a program that hopes to mitigate trauma, build skills and maximize positive family routines.

$5,000 to Academic Learning Center to provide instructional resources to students to mitigate the loss of teacher instruction and in-school experiences.

$5,000 to Special Olympics North Carolina to provide equipment to athletes for at-home training and fitness activities.

April 9 Grants: $170,000

$3,000 to Big Brothers Big Sisters to ensure families have direct access to staff and mentors.

$10,000 to Boys & Girls Club of Cabarrus County to provide 200 dinners and breakfasts to families, along with mentoring phone calls and tutoring via videoconferencing.

$3,000 to the Boy Scouts of America – Central NC Council for operational support to offset financial losses due to the pandemic.

$31,930 to Cooperative Christian Ministry to support its food, financial and housing programs.

$10,000 to the Cabarrus County Education Foundation to provide internet access for families in need, ensuring students can continue learning online during school closure.

$10,000 to Cabarrus Meals on Wheels for additional food and safety equipment such as gloves, hand sanitizers and masks.

$10,000 to Cabarrus Partnership for Children for thermometers, hand sanitizer, gloves and other safety and cleaning supplies for local childcare centers.

$10,000 to Cabarrus Victims Assistance Network for staffing, food, utilities and supplies for its shelter, as well as to offset lost revenue due to the pandemic.

$5,000 to Cannon Memorial YMCA for operational support to continue paying staff and to pivot its services to serve the community during the pandemic.

$9,996 to Coltrane LIFE Center to ensure adult day care students continue to receive counseling, online mentoring and tutoring, delivered meals and hygiene products.

$3,000 to Communities in Schools NC for food, academic support and care for students while schools are closed.

$10,000 to Community Free Clinic for safety supplies and to help fund its telehealth network.

$10,000 to El Puente Hispano to help distribute food vouchers and groceries to undocumented immigrant families in need

$3,000 to Families First in Cabarrus County to provide delivery of weekly parent/child engagement activities to 100 immigrant families over four weeks.

$3,000 to Habitat for Humanity Cabarrus County to offset loss of revenue from mortgage payments.

$3,143 to Mental Health America of Central Carolinas for a staff member to serve families via teleconferencing, helping them access necessary treatment and resources.

$10,000 to Opportunity House to support its food pantry and to offset lost income.

$3,000 to the Arc of Union/Cabarrus for technology for at-home therapy, medical supplies and more for individuals with intellectual or developmental disabilities.

$21,930 to Salvation Army for operational costs to meet increased human services needs resulting from the pandemic.

April 28 Grants: $165,814

$5,000 to Amazing Grace Advocacy to ensure families continue to have access to staff and mentors.

$10,000 to Big Brothers Big Sisters to provide mentor, advocacy and mental health support.

$5,000 to the Cabarrus Arts Council for emergency assistance to offset financial losses due to the pandemic.

$20,000 to Cooperative Christian Ministry to assist families with rent, mortgage and utility payments.

$1,500 to Cabarrus Rotary Charitable Works to purchase food for its food pantry.

$9,934 to Church of God Children’s Home of NC for medical supplies, utilities and food for the children its serves.

$5,000 to Classroom Central to supply 400 students at eight Kannapolis-area schools with kits that include school supplies, hygiene products and dental items.

$10,000 to Coltrane LIFE Center to retain trained staff that work with seniors and adults with disabilities

$20,000 to Community Free Clinic to purchase prescription medications and supplies for patients with chronic conditions.

$5,000 to Dream on 3 to provide virtual sports-related wishes for children with chronic illnesses, intellectual or developmental disabilities, or life-altering conditions.

$10,000 to El Puente Hispano to distribute food vouchers and groceries to undocumented immigrant families in need.

$10,000 to Esther’s Heart for Transformation Ministry to purchase food for distribution to families and seniors.

$5,000 to Families First in Cabarrus County to provide curriculum, craft and meal deliveries to families to promote healing together and decrease chances of child abuse or neglect.

$10,000 to Habitat for Humanity Cabarrus County to help cover construction costs for affordable homes for low-income families.

$4,380 to Hope Haven to sustain its long-term substance-abuse recovery program for men.

$5,000 to Piedmont Residential Development Center for extra staffing to continue daily routine schedules for children with disabilities

$15,000 to Second Harvest Food Bank of Metrolina for the creation of food boxes for distribution to families and seniors.

$15,000 to The Salvation Army to provide shelter and human services to those in need.