Lancaster County Community Foundation Grants

Lancaster County Community Foundation

2019 Total Grants: $25,150

$1,500 to Children's Theatre of Charlotte to support the professional touring theatre performances in Lancaster County.

$2,000 to Columbus Parker Track Club to support their youth track and field program.

$500 to Community Playhouse of Lancaster County to support workshops, children’s summer camp, festival and outdoor programs.

$2,500 to Habitat for Humanity of Lancaster County to provide safety-related repairs to homeowners who are disabled or seniors.

$1,500 to Hope in Lancaster to help nurture skills in food selection for all Lancaster residents.

$1,000 to Junior Achievement of Central Carolinas to help empower students in Title 1 schools through financial literacy, workforce readiness and entrepreneurship programs taught by business volunteers from the community.

$1,500 to Kershaw Area Community Resource Exchange to help clients in need with financial assistance with basic necessities.

$2,000 to Lancaster Children’s Home to host an on-site licensed therapist for children needing assistance.

$1,500 to Lancaster County Council of the Arts to help students participate in the Nutcracker Ballet.

$650 to Lancaster County Council on Aging to help enhance the arts and crafts activities provided by staff and volunteers.

$2,500 to Lancaster County Partners for Youth to support the Lancaster Promise Neighborhood project.

$2,000 to Lancaster Fatherhood Project to support fathers, families and the community through social and economic development.

$2,000 to Lancaster Youth Leadership and Development Program to provide mentorship, leadership training, academic support and physical education training to children in Lancaster County.

$2,000 to Second Harvest Food Bank of Metrolina to provide monthly food boxes to seniors in need.

$1,000 to The Children’s Council to support youth from Lancaster County high schools with their volunteer projects.

$1,000 to The Dream Team Foundation to support sports programs for children with special needs.