Salisbury-Rowan Community Foundation Grants

Salisbury-Rowan Community Foundation

2019 Total Grants: $252,000

$10,0000 to ApSeed Early Childhood Education for their ApSeed Project providing underserved students with educational touchpads

$5,000 to Rowan Regional Medical Center Foundation for their Breast Screening and Diagnostic Program

$6,000 to the Salisbury Symphony to put on the North Carolina Symphony "Education Concert" for over 3,000 students

$5,000 to Waterworks Visual Arts Center for their ART for All: See, Learn, Share program

$1,500 to Three Rivers Land Trust to fund their Yadkin River Paddle and Clean Sweep project to clean the Yadkin River

$7,800 to the Rowan-Salisbury School System for their Skills on Wheels Career Connection Mobile Classroom

$4,000 to Family Crisis Council of Rowan to provide individual counseling for community members

$2,000 to Special Olympics North Carolina to provide youth and adults with intellectual disabilities in Rowan County the opportunity to participate in Special Olympics of Rowan County

$10,000 to Meals on Wheels of Rowan for their Feed The Need program

$2,500 to Historic Neely School Foundation to help support the efforts of the Neely School Community Center

$2,500 to the National Inventors Hall of Fame (NIHF) for their Camp Invention STEM program in partnership with Rowan-Salisbury School System

$7,500 to Partners In Learning to provide family support to those in need

$3,000 to The Bread Riot to provide fresh food to school families during the summer

$5,000 to Rowan County Department of Social Services to provide essential living items to Rowan's neglected children

$4,000 to Young Life Rowan County to support their Young Life Mentorship Training Program

$4,000 to Rowan Museum to fund their Rowan Museum Time Warp initiative to connect grade school children with the stories of Rowan County

$3,000 to Faithful Friends Animal Sanctuary to support their Reading to Cats and Dogs literacy program

$10,000 to Prevent Child Abuse Rowan for their expanding Prevention & Education Program that benefits students and community members

$5,000 to Catawba College to provide funding for their Unanue Scholars Program to improve college access for Latina high school students in Rowan County

$3,000 to the Girl Scouts, Hornets' Nest Council to support the efforts of their For Every G.I.R.L. in Rowan County program

$3,500 to North Carolina Transportation Museum Foundation to enhance educational interactive programming for their annual museum events

$5,000 to the Salisbury Public Art Committee towards completion of its History and Art Trail

$5,000 to the City of Salisbury for the local Dixonville-Lincoln Memorial project

$2,800 to Lee Street Theatre to upgrade its sound facilities so that all patrons can enjoy and connect with performances

$4,400 to Main Street Mission for their Getting Ahead (Spanish Speaking) program that helps individuals in crisis living change their future program

$7,500 to Piedmont Players Theatre for the expansion of their Youth Theater Summer Camp Program and Academy at the Norvell Theater for K-12 and special needs youth for the Norvell Youth Project

$3,500 to the Rowan County Sheriff’s department to provide night vision goggles for its Special Response team

$6,000 to the Capstone Recovery Center for its residential program expenses and utilities

$2,500 to The Pedal Factory for its Bike to Basics Adult Safety/Riding Education program

$5,000 to Pops at the Post for its annual free summer concert

$3,000 to The Arc of Rowan County for its summer day program which provides children ages 5-21 with special needs with a safe and fun environment during the summer months

$2,000 to the Rowan County Literacy Council to support their efforts to improve literacy skills for Rowan County youth

$3,000 to The Salvation Army to provide social services such as financial assistance for rent, mortgage, and utilities to help families in need

$5,000 to Faith N Action Community Development Corporation for their EveryFather Initiative Project which aims to equip fathers with a game plan for fatherhood

$3,000 to Girls on the Run of the Greater Piedmont for scholarships for girls to participate in the Rowan County Program Expansion

$2,000 to Happy's Farm to fund the addition of a Nature Center and Voyager Space education station

$7,500 to Power Cross to fund student meals for their Greater Things Salisbury-Feeding the Body project

$10,000 to the Rowan Salisbury School System the fund a Title 1 Pre-K Classroom at Koontz Elementary

$4,000 to Rufty-Holmes Senior Center to fund home repairs for seniors

$9,000 to Rowan Helping Ministries to provided Rowan County residents with financial assistance for rent, utilities and other critical needs

$2,000 to Three Wide Foundation to provide Christmas dinner and coats for backpack children and their families

$6,500 to Nazareth Children's Home for its Substance Use Treatment Scholarship

$8,000 to Communities In Schools of Rowan County to provide support for volunteer tutors and mentors

$8,000 to Rowan County Crosby Scholars Community Partnership for their Crosby Scholars Academy Program

$3,500 to Rowan County Sheriffs Office to sponsor children to participate in their Shop With A Cop

$5,000 to Essie Mae Kiser Foxx Charter School to fund their Science - Technology – Engineering – Arts – Math (STEAM) Explosion Fair

$7,000 to the Young Men's Christian Association of Rowan County, NC to provide safe & nurturing before & after school care, and 2020 summer camp care

$5,000 to The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill to support continued Carolina College Advising Corps college access services to students residing in Rowan County

$2,500 to the Gateway Freedom Center to support their Pathway to a Brighter Future program which provides formerly incarcerated men help to end recidivism

$8,500 to the Community Care Clinic of Rowan County to provide services at 10 additional dental clinics for Rowan County adults

$5,000 to St. John's Evangelical Lutheran Church to sponsor Racial Equity Rowan Workshops that will address racial and economic disparities