York County Community Foundation
2022 Total Grants: $39,132
$1,300 to Adult Enrichment Centers to help support alternative reality programs designed to reduce social isolation in adult day health care centers.
$800 to Alston Wilkes Society to help provide basic needs and employment supports to former offenders and other populations at-risk of experiencing homelessness in York County.
$2,500 to Bethel Men’s Shelter to provide case management services to men experiencing homelessness.
$1,000 to Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central Carolinas to help support the Fort Mill Middle School mentoring program.
$582 to Catawba RiverKeeper Foundation to support cleanup and monitoring efforts for York County waterways.
$2,000 to Children’s Attention Home to support the children’s services program, which provides residential care and developmental services to children who have been removed from their homes due to abuse or neglect.
$2,000 to Children’s Cancer Partners of the Carolinas to provide financial support to families of York County children undergoing cancer treatment.
$2,500 to Culture and Heritage Museums to support improvements to the nature trail and gardens at the Museum of York County.
$250 to the Early Learning Partnership of York County to support the Reach Out and Read program in Western York County, which promotes early literacy with parents and their children.
$1,000 to The Fellas to support a summer workshop series that will provide tutoring, mentoring and personal growth learning opportunities to young men in Rock Hill.
$250 to Girls on the Run Tri County to support the girls running program in York County.
$3,700 to Habitat for Humanity of York County to support home repair projects for York County residents.
$2,500 to Hope, Inc. to provide fresh food and produce to York County seniors experiencing food insecurity.
$1,750 to Hospice and Community Care to help replace an ice dispenser unit at the Wayne T. Patrick Hospice House.
$3,000 to Life House Women’s Shelter to help purchase beds, mattresses, sheets, blankets and towels for the emergency shelter at Pathways Community Center.
$2,000 to NAMI Piedmont Tri-County to support mental health services for frontline workers, first responders, educators and their families in York County.
$2,500 to Pathways Community Center to help support security and building maintenance costs.
$2,000 to Pilgrims’ Inn to support the Creating Independence Through Education and Employment Program, which provides case management services for residents of the shelter and transitional housing apartments to work towards goals for employment or education.
$2,500 to RideAbility Therapeutic Riding Center to provide equine-assisted services to veterans and to children and adults with special needs.
$2,500 to Rock Hill Schools Education Foundation to help support the Back the Pack program, which provides nonperishable food items for weekend meals to Rock Hill Schools students experiencing food insecurity.
$2,500 to the York County Free Clinic to provide health care services to uninsured York County residents.