Union County Community Foundation Grants

Union County Community Foundation

2023 Total Grants: $89,155

$3,000 to Alliance for Children to support the Early Childhood Education Agriculture Initiative.

$2,000 to Autism Society of North Carolina to help individuals with autism build fulfilling lives in their communities and to connect Union County families to resources tailored to their needs.

$5,000 to Bridge to Recovery to help provide scholarship assistance to Union County residents to access residential clinical treatment for substance use disorder.

$8,000 to Charlotte Speech and Hearing Center to help support no cost speech-language screenings for children in Union County.

$4,000 to Children’s Cancer Partners of the Carolinas to provide financial support to families of Union County children who are undergoing cancer treatment.

$6,000 to Community Health Services of Union County to provide at-home glucose testing strips and testing supplies to uninsured patients with diabetes.

$3,500 to the Council on Aging in Union County to provide durable medical equipment to aging adults in Union County to reduce fall risks and promote successful aging in place.

$1,000 to Foster Village Charlotte to help provide welcome packs and support to Union County children entering foster care.

$9,000 to HealthQuest of Union County to purchase and provide prescription medications and diabetic testing supplies to uninsured Union County residents.

$1,000 to Matthews Free Medical Clinic to help reduce barriers to transportation for Union County residents seeking health care.

$3,500 to Mephibosheth Farms Angelic Riders to provide therapeutic horseback riding sessions for children and adults with disabilities.

$6,000 to Special Olympics North Carolina to support Union County athletes.

$11,000 to Turning Point to continue to provide shelter and additional support services to victims of domestic violence and their dependent children.

$6,000 to the Union County Community Arts Council to help support arts education programs for Union County students.

$10,000 to the Union County Education Foundation for the LIFT and the GROW grant programs, which provide financial assistance for innovative projects that benefit students.

$4,200 to the Union Symphony Society to support POPS on the PLAZA, a musical program featuring live symphonic music from the Union Symphony Orchestra and held annually in downtown Monroe.

$5,955 to Union-Anson Habitat for Humanity to support the urgent home repair program in Union County.