Iredell County Community Foundation
Special COVID-19 Grants: $90,000
$10,000 to CareNet Counseling NC, an affiliate of Wake Forest Baptist Health, to provide emergency health services.
$10,000 to Fifth Street Ministries to provide emergency food services.
$10,000 to HealthReach Community Clinic to provide health services.
$10,000 to The Cove Church to provide emergency food services.
$10,000 to Mooresville Christian Mission to provide emergency food services.
$10,000 to Iredell Christian Ministries (ICM) to provide emergency housing.
$10,000 to Mooresville Soup Kitchen to provide emergency food services.
$10,000 to Statesville Family Medicine to provide emergency health services.
2019 Total Grants: $124,219
$7,500 to Fifth Street Ministries to purchase a donor database and nonprofit management software
$11,845 to Habitat For Humanity for a workforce development partnership project with Mitchell Community College
$10,000 to Hospice & Palliative Care of Iredell County to serve children through their Rainbow Kidz grief program
$33,000 to ICARE, Inc. to provide workforce development opportunities for seventeen unemployed individuals who have barriers to employment
$8,374 to Iredell County Crosby Scholars Community Partnership for digital outreach to promote career & college awareness
$5,000 to Iredell County Partnership for Young Children for their Reach Out and Read program
$10,000 to Mooresville Soup Kitchen to provide hands-on training to individuals in meal planning
$3,500 to North Carolina Symphony to provide one full-orchestra concert for students in Iredell County
$2,500 to Piedmont Mediation Center to help offenders aged 15-17 participate in an interactive workshop
$15,000 to Shiloh A.M.E. Zion Church for to provide children with a summer camp experience
$5,000 to Young Individuals Pursuing Employment in Iredell County (YIPE) to train youth ages 14-21 to develop customer service skills
$5,000 to YMCA of Greater Charlotte for the Y-Readers program at Lowe’s YMCA
$5,000 to YMCA of Northwest North Carolina (Statesville Family YMCA) for their summer STEAM academy
$2,500 to Youth Development Initiatives to provide academic enrichment and life-job skills based training to 10th graders from Mooresville High School