Stanly County Community Foundation Grants

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

2019 Total Grants: $53,000

$3,000 to American Red Cross to support families with immediate disaster related needs

$2,300 to Boy Scouts of America to remove financial barriers to Scout entry

$4,000 to Bridge to Recovery to provide transportation services for individuals seeking assistance

$2,500 to Charlotte Symphony to bring a community concert to Stanly County

$3,000 to Crisis Assistance Fund of Stanly County to provide financial assistance for the extermination of bedbugs for families in need

$5,000 to GHA Autism Supports to develop a sensory room for individuals with autism

$2,500 to Girl Scouts to help girls foster leadership, community service and conflict resolution skills essential to their educational achievements

$2,500 to Live Again Ministries for an afterschool-program in western Stanly County

$3,000 to Pfeiffer University to provide assistance between the youth in Stanly County and STEM career experts

$2,500 to Ronald McDonald House of Charlotte to help two Stanly County families have a safe place to stay for two weeks each

$2,500 to Second Harvest Food Bank of Metrolina to provide backpacks to seven schools in the county

$3,000 to Special Olympics North Carolina to support growth and expansion for their 2019-2020 program year

$3,000 to Stanly County Christian Ministry to help fund direct client assistance with expenses during the winter season

$5,000 to Stanly County Family YMCA to provide opportunities for youth to participate in the Y Summer Camp regardless of financial situations experienced at home

$3,500 to Stanly County Partnership For Children to fund an early literacy program that helps families develop and maintain the home-based literacy routines necessary for school success

$2,500 to The Talent Company of Albemarle to provide low ticket prices to the community to make the theatre accessible for everyone

$1,000 to Youth Development Initiative to provide disadvantaged teenagers with an introduction and overview of basic entrepreneurship skills