Iredell County Community Foundation Grants

Iredell County Community Foundation

2022 Total Grants: $171,715

$21,667 to Boys & Girls Club of the Piedmont to support after-school and summer programs for Iredell County youth.

$1,444 to Bright Blessings LKN to provide age-appropriate books to Iredell County children.

$5,439 for Children’s Cancer Partners of the Carolinas to provide financial support to families of Iredell County children who are undergoing cancer treatment.

$7,143 to Children’s Hope Alliance to continue to provide outpatient therapy services for Iredell County children and families.

$5,500 to the City of Statesville to support community education and training programs.

$3,357 to Classroom Central to provide school supplies to students and teachers in the Iredell-Statesville School District.

$13,125 to Fifth Street Ministries to support the Community Kitchen Training Program, which provides job training for employment in commercial kitchens.

$2,630 to Girls on the Run of the Greater Piedmont to provide financial assistance to Iredell County girls to participate in the running program.

$6,389 for Habitat for Humanity of the Charlotte Region to help support the critical home repair program in Statesville.

$10,375 to Hospice and Palliative Care of Iredell County for Rainbow Kidz, a grief counseling and education program for children ages 5 to 18.

$12,143 to I-CARE, Inc. to offer workforce development opportunities in high-demand careers to Iredell County adults.

$4,780 to the Iredell County Crosby Scholars Community Partnership to support the Inner CIRCLE Leadership Mini-Camp program, which provides opportunities for students to experience and practice leadership.

$2,780 to Iredell Friends of the Library to support the self-guided Storywalk program at the Bentley Community Center.

$7,500 to Mooresville Area Christian Mission to support Drive to Thrive, a program that assists individuals with transportation needs so that they can attain or maintain employment.

$7,857 to Mooresville Soup Kitchen to help expand Fundamentals of Food Service, a program that provides hands-on culinary workforce development training.

$6,071 to Pharos Parenting to support the Parent Aide program, which provides free, in-home parent education and training to at-risk families.

$7,876 to Power Cross to help purchase a scoreboard for the campus football field in Statesville.

$7,778 to Purple Heart Homes to build wheelchair-accessible ramps for local Iredell County veterans and their families as part of the Veterans Aging in Place program.

$1,500 to Ronald McDonald House of Charlotte to provide a one-week stay for an Iredell County family seeking Charlotte-area medical treatment for their child.

$12,250 to Speak Life and Live to support the GEMS and GENTS camps and workshops, which focus on literacy, math education, and fostering healthy habits.

$11,611 to the Statesville Family YMCA to support the YMCA Bridge Academy, a summer and after-school program that provides tutors to students in the Iredell-Statesville School District.

$10,000 to Veterans Bridge Home to coordinate care for Iredell County veterans including healthcare, employment, housing, education and social capital, among other needs.

$2,500 to Victory Miracle Center to support Victory Camp, a summer program designed to help students reach their grade-level on their math and reading skills.