Grants awarded

2022 Grants

The total awarded to six organizations was nearly $19,000. Receiving 2022 grants were:

  • $5,000 to Koinonia Community Solutions for the Strong Healthy, Resilient and Empowered Girls of Pitt County (StrongHER Pitt) program 
  • $5,000 to Mediation Center of Eastern Carolina-Duplin for their MCEC Empowers program 
  • $2,500 to Big Brothers Big Sisters of Western North Carolina for their Igniting Girl Power project 
  • $2,500 to Leadership Triangle for the Leadership Triangle Scholarship Fund for Women Leaders 
  • $1,880 to C&C Innovations of Granville Corporation for their Believe & Succeed program  
  • $1,880 to Hoke County Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Center, Inc. for Project Uplift 

Grants awarded

2021 Grants

The total awarded to five organizations was over $17,500. Receiving 2021 grants were:

  • $5,000 to Emancipate NC for Justice League: Leadership Track for Women and Girls
  • $5,000 to Hope Center at Pullen for generating opportunities for young women with histories in foster care
  • $1,000 to Simply Girls for the GREAT program (Girls Reading Enhancement Activity Time) for girls 5-12 years old
  • $3,620 to True Justice International to provide restorative services to female survivors of human trafficking
  • $3,000 to Women’s Resource Center for programs that offer hope, support, and recovery from life-changing events

2020 Grants

The total awarded to six organizations was $17,500. Receiving 2020 grants were:

  • $2,500 to Albemarle Hopeline for general operating support to respond to increased needs related to COVID-19
  • $2,500 to the Outer Banks Hotline for general operating support to respond to increased needs related to COVID-19
  • $2,500 to Kiran, Inc for general operating support to respond to increased needs related to COVID-19
  • $5,000 to the North Carolina Coalition Against Domestic Violence for The Night of Safety Fund
  • $2,500 to InterAct (The Family Violence Prevention Center, Inc.) for general operating support to respond to increased needs related to COVID-19
  • $2,500 to Roanoke Chowan SAFE for general operating support to respond to increased needs related to COVID-19, benefiting the community at-large

2019 Grants

The total awarded to eight organizations was nearly $17,000. Receiving 2019 grants were:

  • $1,450 to the Boys and Girls Homes of North Carolina, Inc. for CPR Manikins to Train Youth Caregivers
  • $1,950 to Clothes To Kids of Haywood County, Inc. for the Soles For Souls program
  • $1,500 to the Girl Scouts - North Carolina Coastal Pines for the Robeson County Girl Scout Leadership Experience
  • $2,000 to Healing Household 6 for the Life After Caregiving program
  • $2,500 to NAMI Wake County for support and dducation for family members of those living with a mental illness
  • $2,500 to the North Carolina Breastfeeding Coalition for improving birth and breastfeeding experiences of indigenous women
  • $2,500 to the Vecinos, Inc. Farmworker Health Program for the Farmworker Mobile Women's Care program
  • $2,500 to Wheels4Hope for providing reliable and affordable vehicles to empower economically vulnerable women

2018 Grants

The total awarded to 10 organizations was $16,000. Receiving 2018 grants were:

  • Women’s Resource Center, Hickory
  • Girls Scout Council of Colonial Coast, Elizabeth City
  • Randolph Health, Asheboro
  • TROSA (Triangle Residential Options for Substance Abusers, Inc.), Durham
  • Domestic Violence Shelter and Services, Inc., Wilmington
  • Girls Scouts – North Carolina Coastal Pines, Robeson County
  • YWCA Lower Cape Fear, Wilmington
  • Healing Household 6, Richlands/Onslow County
  • Michaels Angels Girls Club, Tarboro
  • InterAct, Raleigh

2017 Grants

The total awarded to eight organizations was $15,500. Receiving 2017 grants were:

  • Benevolence Farm for the Benevolence Re-entry Leadership Development Program
  • Chowan/Perquimans Smart Start Partnership for Reach Out and Read
  • Families Living Violence Free for the FLVF Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault program
  • Kearah's Place Inc. for The Kearah’s Place Housing & Resource Center for Women
  • TROSA (Triangle Residential Options for Substance Abusers) for residential substance abuse recovery services for women
  • United Community Ministries for United Community Ministries -- House the Children (childcare support)
  • Wheels4Hope for preparing cars for NC families
  • YWCA of the Lower Cape Fear for the New Choices Professional Development Program

2016 Grants

The total awarded to six organizations was $14,000. Receiving 2016 grants were:

  • Benevolence Farm
  • CareNet Counseling Central Region
  • Kids First, Inc.
  • Kiran, Inc.
  • The Dragonfly House Children's Advocacy Center
  • The Rape Crisis Center of Coastal Horizons Center, Inc.
     

2015 Grants

The total awarded to five organizations was $13,000. Receiving 2015 grants were:

  • Albemarle Hopeline Inc. in Elizabeth City;
  • Communities in Schools of Lee County for the SPRINT Club;
  • Oasis, Inc. in Boone for crisis intervention services for rural victims of domestic violence and sexual assault;
  • Domestic Violence Shelter and Services in Wilmington for domestic violence shelter empowerment groups;
  •  Peacemakers in Rocky Mount for the Freedom School.

2014 grants

The total awarded to the six organizations was $11,500.

Receiving $3,000 each were:

  • Kids First, Inc., Elizabeth City
  • The Family Violence prevention Center, Inc. (dba Interact, Raleigh)

Receiving $1,500 each were:

  • Domestic Violence Shelter and Services, Wilmington
  • Hospitality House, Boone
  • United Community Ministries, Rocky Mount

Finally, $1,000 was awarded to Communities In Schools of Lee County, Sanford.

2013 Grants

A total of $10,000 in grants was awarded in 2013. Recipients all received $2,000 and were:

  • Albemarle Hopeline, Pasquotank County
  • Ashe County Partnership for Children
  • Catawba County Parenting Network
  • Church on the Rise Peacemakers Family Center, Rocky Mount
  • Guiding Lights Caregiver Support Center, Wake County
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