Salisbury-Rowan Community Foundation Grants

Salisbury-Rowan Community Foundation

2021 Total Grants: $289,734

$10,000 to Appleseed Early Childhood Education to educate disadvantaged children in Rowan County

$4,700 to Bread Riot to deliver produce from local farmers to Rowan County families

$10,000 to Capstone Recovery Center to provide materials and utilities for their residential program

$8,000 to Catawba College to improve access for African American/Black males of Rowan County by educating high school students in academic skills crucial for success in college

$4,000 to Center for Faith & the Arts to provide visual art, creative writing, and drama classes to students at Henderson Independent High School

$3,000 to Children’s Cancer Partners of the Carolinas to fund travel, lodging, meals and essential homecare for Rowan County families receiving treatment

$10,000 to Communities in Schools of Rowan County for tutoring and mentoring for Rowan County students

$9,300 to Community Care Clinic of Rowan County for free dental visits for low-income residents of Rowan County

$5,000 to Elder Orphan Care for home modifications and adaptive equipment for Rowan County residents

$5,000 to Essie Mae Kiser Foxx Academy to support academic instruction and technology to support the academic growth and development of the students

$5,000 to Faith N Action to support their Family Equity Recovery Plan

$2,000 to Faithful Friends Animal Sanctuary to support the Camp Pawtastic and the Reading to the Animals program

$10,000 to Family Crisis Council of Rowan to support their domestic violence emergency shelter

$5,000 to Friends of Yadkin Path to enhance the outdoor learning environment with additional structures, equipment, and beautification

$5,000 to Gethsemane After School Program to the Achieving Toward Excellence program

$6,379 to Happy’s Farm for THE NEW HOPES project that will provide nutrition, education, and socialization for youth in a safe and encouraging environment

$3,500 to Inside Out Global for IOG film summer camp workshops

$5,000 to Lee Street Theatre to support the production of OUR TOWN

$6,140 to Main Street Mission for their Getting Ahead Program

$10,000 to Meals on Wheels of Rowan to provide nutritious meals for homebound seniors and disabled adults

$10,000 to Partners in Learning Child Development and Family Resource Center to provide quality, comprehensive child/family support services to Rowan County children and their families

$10,000 to Piedmont Players Theatre to repair and paint the ceiling in the Meroney Theater

$3,500 to Pops at the Post for the annual free outdoor symphony performance

$10,000 to Power Cross to provide transportation for people to participate in activities

$4,000 to Pregnancy Support Center for diaper and COVID-care kits at the Diaper Drive-Thru

$10,000 to Prevent Child Abuse Rowan to provide critical medical services to abused children

$1,415 to RiverPark at Cooleemee Falls for a boat to assist in retrieving trash and debris from the river and riverbanks

$5,000 to Rowan County Crosby Scholars Community Partnership for online platform to increase the impact of the Crosby Scholars program

$7,500 to Rowan County Department of Social Services/Rowan Once Church One Child for essential living items for Rowan County’s neglected children

$5,000 to Rowan County Literacy Council to provide tutors to partner with students for individual support

$5,000 to Rowan County United Way for United Way’s annual campaign to improve individuals’ and families’ lives by making a positive impact in the community

$10,000 to Rowan Helping Ministries to provide Rowan County individuals and families with financial assistance for rent, utilities, and other critical needs

$3,000 to Rowan Partners for Education to help with career preparedness with skilled trades for both middle and high school students

$10,000 to Rowan-Cabarrus YMCA to provide safe and nurturing after-school supervision and the Learning Loss program

$5,000 to Rufty-Holmes Senior Center to offer home maintenance and safety modifications to Rowan County older adults to allow them to live independently

$3,800 to Salisbury Symphony for an educational concert for local 5th grade students

$5,000 to Second Harvest Food Bank of Metrolina to provide a wrapping machine for the new Salisbury warehouse that will support their 24-county service area, including Rowan County

$5,000 to St. John’s Lutheran Church to provide after-school care for K-5 students who attend local schools

$7,500 to The Humane Society of Rowan County to provide medical care for pets whose families are handling a crisis

$7,000 to The Pedal Factory for the Earn a Bike program that allows any individual to receive a bike at no cost

$3,500 to Three Wide Foundation to provide Christmas dinner and winter coats for families in need

$10,000 to Town of Spencer for the Yadkin River Trailhead project

$5,000 to University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill to support college advising services to students attending North Rowan High School and Salisbury High School

$2,500 to Veterans Bridge Home for promoting health for at-risk military and veteran populations in Rowan County

$8,000 to Waterworks Visual Arts Center to support the organizations spring/summer 2022 programming, including exhibitions and family fun day

$6,000 to Young Life of Rowan County for the mentorship training program