Stanly County Community Foundation
Special COVID-19 Grants: $53,000
$10,000 to the Stanly Community Christian Ministry
$2,500 to West Stanly Christian Ministries
$3,000 to the Stanly County Family YMCA
2020 Total Grants: $65,000
$3,000 to American Red Cross to provide disaster victims with the most urgent needs of food, shelter, prescription and medical device replacement.
$4,000 to Bridge to Recovery to provide transportation services.
$1,500 to BSA for the ScoutReach Program that provides scouting programs and opportunities to low-income children.
$2,500 to Charlotte Symphony for a live classical music performance for the residents of Stanly County.
$2,000 to City of Albemarle Parks and Recreation to provide technology based educational opportunities for local youth.
$4,000 to GHA Autism Supports to provide specialized services for aging individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) and other developmental disabilities.
$1,500 to Girl Scouts, Hornets' Nest Council for a leadership development program that gives girls in Stanly County the tools and guidance to make positive health, education, and career choices.
$3,500 to Homes of Hope to provide temporary, safe, supportive housing for families experiencing homelessness.
$4,000 to John P. Murray Community Care Clinic to provide medical care and medications to uninsured adults in Stanly County.
$2,500 to Live Again Ministries for the TRIBE program, an after-school program for at-risk teems in western Stanly County.
$2,500 to Pfeiffer University to expand its traditional STEM Day students in grades K-8 by incorporating field trips to the University’s new Center for Health Sciences.
$2,500 to Ronald McDonald House of Charlotte to provide families housing and other needs including meals, toiletry items and laundry access while their children seek critical medical care.
$2,500 to Second Harvest Food Bank of Metrolina to support the Backpack Programs at eight Stanly County schools.
$3,000 to Special Olympics North Carolina to support programming during the fall training season after a statewide hiatus.
$7,000 to Stanly Community Christian Ministry to assist individuals who have lost income due to COVID-19.
$2,000 to Stanly Community College to provide CPR instruction to the local community.
$1,350 to Stanly County Arts Council to support a summer arts camp that focuses on theater, visual art, music and dance.
$3,000 to Stanly County Family YMCA for the Open Doors Scholarship Program that provides opportunities to the youth of Stanly County to participate in a summer day camp.
$4,000 to Stanly County Partnership For Children for the Raising A Reader (RAR) program, which helps families develop, practice and maintain the home-based literacy routines necessary for school success.
$3,500 to Stanly County Senior Services to purchase a sun shade for the patio at the senior center.
$950 to The Mary and Martha Center for Women and Community Care to provide women and men coping mechanisms when dealing with mental health issues.
$2,000 to The Talent Company of Albemarle to support the 2020-2021 season.
$1,200 to Three Rivers Land Trust to grow the impact of our Uwharrie Chapter in Stanly County.
$1,000 to West Stanly Community Foundation for The West Stanly Senior Center to purchase a defibrillator.