2021 grants awarded

Through its community grants program, the Wake County Community Foundation awarded $13,000 to local nonprofit organizations, including:

  • $1,000 to Diaper Train at Saint Saviour’s Center for Diaper Train
  • $1,000 to HOPE of NC, Inc. for HOPE Housing Options for People with Exceptionalities
  • $1,000 to Made4Me for Making Abilities Possible
  • $2,640 to NAMI Wake County for Support for Virtual Mental Health Programs for Veterans and their Families
  • $2,000 to Ship Outreach and Community Center for General Operating Support
  • $1,000 to SMART Bus for General Operating Support
  • $1,000 to SOAR Outreach for Healthy Hygiene Habits Program
  • $1,000 to The Center for Volunteer Caregiving for In Home – Connections Program
  • $1,000 to The Gifted Arts, Inc. for Gifted Summer
  • $1,360 to With Love from Jesus Ministries for Food Pantry

2020 grants awarded

Through its community grants program, the Wake County Community Foundation awarded more than $12,000 to local nonprofit organizations, including:

  • $1,000 to the Diaper Train at Saint Saviour's Center for general operating support.
  • $1,000 to the East Wake Education Foundation for the F.A.C.E.S (Family and Child Enrichment Services) program.
  • $1,250 to Family Promise of Wake County for the emergency shelter.
  • $1,250 to Gabi's Grounds Coffee Shop for general operating support.
  • $1,250 to Helping Horse, Inc for therapeutic horseback riding lessons
  • $2,350 to NAMI Wake County for support for virtual mental health programs for veteran and military families
  • $1,250 to Ship Outreach and Community Center for general operating support
  • $500 to SOAR Outreach for the healthy hygiene program
  • $1,250 to The Gifted Arts, Inc. for the Gifted Academy program
  • $1,250 to With Love From Jesus Ministries for the food pantry

2019 grants awarded

Through the North Carolina Community Foundation Disaster Relief Fund, the following grant was made:

  • $30,000 to Catholic Charities of the Diocese of Raleigh for disaster relief and recovery in Wake County due to Hurricane Florence

Through its community grants program, the Wake County Community Foundation awarded more than $11,000 to local nonprofit organizations, including:

  • $1,000 to The Hope Center at Pullen for Lighting a Path to a Safe and Stable Adulthood for Former Foster Youth
  • $1,500 to Ship Outreach and Community Center for general operating support
  • $1,500 to Community Helpers Service Center, Inc. for a food pantry
  • $1,500 to You Call This Yoga for yoga classes for veterans in Wake County
  • $1,500 to the Center for Volunteer Caregiving for an in-home connections program
  • $1,000 to 100 Black Men Triangle East for general operating support
  • $1,500 to The Gifted Arts, Inc. for Gifted Academy
  • $850 to Helping Horse, Inc. for therapeutic horseback riding lessons for individuals with disabilities
  • $1,000 to NAMI Wake County for support and education for family members of those living with a mental illness

The Wake County Community Foundation awarded $30,000 in recovery grants from the North Carolina Community Foundation Disaster Relief Fund to support long-term recovery from Hurricane Florence.

2018 grants awarded

The Wake County Community Foundation awarded more than $10,000 through its community grants program to local nonprofit organizations, including:

  • $2,000 to Community Helpers Service Center Inc.
  • $1,000 to Dorothy Mae Hall Women’s Center
  • $1,000 to Helping Horse Inc.
  • $1,500 to The Carying Place Inc.
  • $1,500 to The Center for Volunteer Caregiving
  • $1,500 to The Hope Center at Pullen
  • $1,000 to United Arts Council of Raleigh and Wake County
  • $1,000 to With Love From Jesus Ministries

2017 grants awarded

The Wake County Community Foundation awarded more than $9,000 through its community grants program to local nonprofit organizations. Recipients were:

  • $750 to The Daniel Center
  • $750 to Helping Horse, Inc.
  • $760 to Dorothy Mae Hall Women's Centers
  • $1,500 to Community Helpers Service Center, Inc.
  • $1,000 to Prevent Blindness North Carolina
  • $1,590 to With Love From Jesus Ministries
  • $1,000 to Apex Immigration Services, Inc.
  • $50 to Mojoaa Performing Arts Company
  • $750 to Shepherd Youth Ranch
  • $1,250 to The Carying Place, Inc.

2016 grants awarded

The Wake County Community Foundation awarded more than $9,400 through its community grants program to local nonprofit organizations. Recipients were:

  • Assistance League of the Triangle Area
  • Community Helpers Service Center, Inc.
  • Lighthouse Foundation of Wake County
  • Prevent Blindness North Carolina
  • Shepherd Youth Ranch
  • The Carying Place, Inc.
  • With Love From Jesus Ministries

No grants were awarded in 2015

2014 grants awarded

  • Abundant Life Christian Center Church of God in Christ
  • All Things New, Inc.
  • Community Helpers Service Center, Inc.
  • East Carolina University
  • University of North Carolina at Asheville
  • University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
  • University of North Carolina at Greensboro
  • Wake Interfaith Hospitality Network
  • With Love From Jesus Ministries

2013 grants awarded

Community Helpers Service Center, Inc.
HopeLine, Inc.
Literacy Council of Wake County
The Carying Place, Inc.

2012 grants awarded

  • Assistance League of the Triangle Area
  • Holly Springs Food Cupboard
  • Literacy Council of Wake County

2011 grants awarded

  • Assistance League of the Triangle Area
  • Community Helpers Service Center, Inc.
  • Lupus Foundation of America, Piedmont Chapter

2010 grants awarded

  • Community Helpers Service Center, Inc.
  • First in Families of North Carolina
  • Hospice of Wake County
  • Interact (The Family Violence Prevention Center, Inc.)
  • St. Paul's Center for Hope and Healing
  • The Church Net Foundation

2009 grants awarded

  • Christian Life Home
  • Inter-Faith Food Shuttle
  • Open Door Baptist Church
  • SAFEChild, Inc.
  • Southern Wake Faith Community in Action
  • The Fletcher Academy
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