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OrganizationGrant Funds Drawn Down To DateGrant Partner MissionDescription of Grant ("This grant will support…")
A Bike for Every Child 16,000 Transforming lives, one bike at a time. A Bike For Every Child collects new and gently used bikes from the community, refurbishes them, and gives the bikes and new helmets and locks to kids and adults who need one.the Junior Bike Mechanics program.
A Safe Place 148,000 A Safe Place (ASP) is an empowerment organization focusing on prevention, advocacy, and restoration to assist victims of commercial sexual exploitation and sex management, occupancy, and the Outreach Center Program.
Access Dental Care 140,500 Access Dental Care is a national leader in providing comprehensive, mobile dental services to patients with special health care and behavioral dental services.
ACCESS of Wilmington 50,000 The Mission of ACCESS of Wilmington is to build community for children, adults, and veterans with disabilities by eliminating barriers to health and wellness through adapted sports, recreation and fitness.membership fees to a number of fitness programs, giving people more access and to purchase adaptive sports equipment.
Advance Youth Outreach 14,000 Advance Youth Outreach to reduce recidivism and negative behavior by equipping the Youth with mentorship and opportunities To inspire the Youth to create fresh resolutions concerning community issues and education.the YES program cohort.
Alliance for Cape Fear Trees 16,000 Alliance for Cape Fear Trees' mission is to preserve, protect and plant trees to enhance the quality of life and health for present and future generations in the Lower Cape Fear area.beautification work and expanding green space in Northside, Southside, the Bottom, Sunset Park, and Wilmington Housing Authority communities.
American Red Cross Cape Fear Chapter 170,735 The American Red Cross prevents and alleviates human suffering in the face of emergencies by mobilizing the power of volunteers and the generosity of donors.the Sickle Cell Initiative.
Association of Fundraising Professionals, Cape Fear Chapter 3,000 The mission of the Association for Fundraising Professionals Cape Fear chapter is to support and strengthen nonprofits in the Cape Fear Region.inclusion, diversity, equity, and access trainings for members, outreach, and a scholarship program.
Beacon Education 200,000 By ensuring equitable access to high quality education, we empower children and their families to close and even reverse the achievement and opportunity gaps.the installation of a commercial kitchen.
Blank Canvas Awareness Art 3,500 Creating colorful solutions for Dyslexia, ADHD, and ADD through therapy, educating, advocating, and mentoring.specialized tutoring for students.
Bread for Life Senior Pantry 15,000 The mission is to provide nutritious food to vulnerable low-income seniors in the Wilmington area who are hungry. improvements in the quality / quantity of food provided and operational expenses.
Brooklyn Arts Music Academy 25,000 Brooklyn Arts Music Academy of Wilmington, NC is a 501c3 nonprofit community music school whose mission is to change lives through music by providing accessible, exceptional music education to students of every age and skill level in order to create better global citizens.the Music is Life! Classes.
Cameron Art Museum 104,000 The mission is to provide a cultural gathering place that enriches the lives of museum visitors and the community through high-quality exhibitions, lifelong learning in the arts, dynamic public programs, and stewardship and interpretation of the collection. the United States Colored Troop project.
Camp Schreiber Foundation 48,000 Camp Schreiber breaks down barriers and creates opportunity through education, experience and exposure.operational expenses.
Canines for Service 55,000 The mission of Canines for Service is to inspire Veterans through life changing canine partnerships.the acquisition of a vehicle and installation of a fire alarm system.
Cape Fear Center for Inquiry 80,000 Cape Fear Center for Inquiry is committed to promoting students' abilities to think and create in personally meaningful ways through an inquiry-based, integrated curriculum in a nurturing and empowering environment.the acquisition of a vehicle.
Cape Fear Collective 70,000 Cape Fear Collective drives towards equitable systemic change in Southeastern North Carolina by collaborating with community partners to leverage local assets, illuminate actionable insights, and catalyze innovative programming. mapping the affordable housing sector to better understand impact, gaps, funding, and means by which we can all be better stewards of funds and partners in solving this issue for our community.
Cape Fear Group Homes 60,000 Cape Fear Group Homes is dedicated to assisting individuals, utilizing our person - centered philosophy to become fully participating members of our community through goal development and skill acquisition.the acquisition of a vehicle.
Cape Fear Guardian ad Litem Association 12,500 Cape Fear Guardian ad Litem Association serves children in foster care due to abuse or neglect in North Carolina’s 5th Judicial District.tutoring program and visits to local institutions of higher education.
Cape Fear Habitat for Humanity 200,000 Seeking to put God's love into action, Cape Fear Habitat brings people together to build homes, communities, and hope.the Homeownership Program and Critical Repair Program.
Cape Fear HealthNet 30,000 Cape Fear HealthNet (CFHN) exists to create a coordinated system of healthcare for the low-income and uninsured in New Hanover, Brunswick, Pender and Columbus counties, and to increase the capacity of healthcare safety net providers by ensuring that low-income residents have access to a medical home, receive preventative services, and avoid unnecessary health complications resulting in a better, healthier quality of life.outreach efforts.
Cape Fear Literacy Council 69,100 To provide personalized education so adults can transform their lives and contribute to a stronger community.the purchase of equipment, the purchase and upfit of a container unit, capital improvements to the parking lot, and operational expenses.
Cape Fear Museum Associates 17,000 Cape Fear Museum of History and Science collects and interprets objects in the Cape Fear regions and cultures to inform the public about our region.STEM programs.
Cape Fear Volunteer Center 5,000 Cape Fear Volunteer Center matches volunteers with meaningful service opportunities in the Cape Fear region.the purchase of volunteer management software.
Catholic Charities of the Diocese of Raleigh, Cape Fear Regional Office 197,500 Catholic Charities Cape Fear Regional Office providing help to our brothers and sisters in need by alleviating the effects of poverty and creating hope by developing solutions to transform expenditures.
Catholic Charities of the Diocese of Raleigh, Cape Fear Regional Office 333,500 The grant will support Catholic Charities, Cape Fear Region in its partnership with New Hanover Disaster Coalition to provide Green Chair furnishings to Wilmington Housing Authority residents that were displaced due to mold issues in their homes. This project enables residents to be able to return to their homes with essential household furniture items.
CFCC: Child Day Care 250,000 The mission of Cape Fear Community College is to provide high-quality, dynamic, innovative, educational, cultural, training and workforce development opportunities to individuals, businesses, and industries in New Hanover and Pender improvments to establish a childcare center.
CFCC: Underserved Students 250,000 The mission of Cape Fear Community College is to provide high-quality, dynamic, innovative, educational, cultural, training and workforce development opportunities to individuals, businesses, and industries in New Hanover and Pender for underserved students.
Child Development Center 75,000 The mission is to build the independence of exceptional children through high quality early education and therapeutic services. salary supplements to address the gap between the compensation of current staff and the compensation they would receive teaching in the public schools.
Children's Cancer Patients of the Carolinas 16,184 The mission is to provide comprehensive support and loving compassion to families whose children are battling cancer, to improve their overall quality of life. mileage reimbursement, airfares, lodging, meals, essential homecare needs, and funeral expenses for clients.
Children's Museum of Wilmington 86,400 The Children's Museum of Wilmington to provide a welcoming and engaging environment that promotes hands-on art, science and literacy-focused learning for all children and their families.half of the capital expenditures requested and the Title 1 schools discounts.
City of Wilmington: Recreation Division 55,000 The mission of the Community Services Department is to provide quality of life services to the citizens of Wilmington.the acquisition of adaptive sports equipment and a shipping container for storage.
Classical Charter Schools of America 194,900 The mission is to teach students the rules and techniques for effective expression and communication in the arts and sciences, to communicate, by these arts and sciences, their understandings of the universe and students’ role in it, and to instill a love of learning and discovery, justifying a life-long dedication to health, truth, and virtue. capital improvements, including A/C unit, building sealing, and the removal of asbestos.
Coastal Bringing Up Down Syndrome 6,175 The mission is to support, connect and provide resources and opportunities for people with Down syndrome and their families in Southeastern North Carolina. trainings and group workshops for individuals with Down syndrome and their families.
Coastal Horizons Center 250,000 Coastal Horizons promotes choices for healthier lives, stronger families, and safer communities.renovations at the youth shelter and construction for MAT facility.
Community Boys & Girls Club 133,650 To enable all young people, especially those who need us most, to reach their full potential as productive, caring, responsible needs to facilitate unification with Brigade Boys & Girls Club and bridge funding for the food program.
Community Counseling Center 75,000 The mission of the Community Counseling Center is to support the mental and emotional well-being of the increased number of individuals and families served by a sliding scale program across various populations.
Community Enrichment Initiatives 129,200 The mission of Community Enrichment Initiatives Inc. (CEII) is to enrich the lives of those in need in our community through initiatives that promote personal empowerment, self-sufficiency and improvements and the acquisition of equipment.
Comprehensive Care of Wilmington 48,070 To enable seniors and young adults with disabilities to live safely and successfully in the community throughout their lives regardless of health or wealth.expansion of outreach, education, and counseling efforts for clients, and pursue opportunity to acquire property (feasibility, regulatory, zoning, environmental).
Diaper Bank of North Carolina 170,000 Diaper Bank of North Carolina's mission is to increase awareness of and access to essential hygiene items to promote dignity, health, and quality of life.the purchase of supplies and delivery vehicle purchase
Domestic Violence Shelter and Services 203,000 Work toward the elimination of domestic violence and provide emergency and support services for survivors of domestic equipment purchases and shelter services.
DREAMS Center for Art Education 115,000 DREAMS Center for Arts Education's mission is to create a culture of confidence for youth and teens through equitable access to arts education, supported by values of respect, family and community.upgrades of technologies and program spaces.
East Carolina Community Development 125,000 Develop affordable housing for families and senior citizens Develop Family Life Center with facilities to minister to the entire family.the Covenant Senior Housing development.
Easter Seals UCP North Carolina & Virginia 125,000 The mission of Easterseals UCP is to provide meaningful and exceptional services so that children, adults and families living with disabilities and mental health challenges can live, learn, work & play in their communities.the Culinary Connections program.
Eden Village 250,000 The mission of Eden Village of Wilmington is to build relationships and communities for our homeless friends. construction of tiny homes for affordable housing.
El Cuerpo (Christ Community Church) 30,000 El Cuerpo cultivates resilience in the Latino community by offering holistic care for health, educational, and spiritual needs.medical services, English language classes, and after-school tutoring.
Elderhaus 59,887 Elderhaus strives to promote and sustain independence of seniors wishing to remain in the expenses for PACE clinic.
Extension Master Gardners Volunteer Association 13,400 Extension Master Gardener Volunteer Association (EMGVA) supports transforming science into everyday solutions for North Carolinians through programs and partnerships focused on agriculture and food, health and nutrition, and 4-H youth development.a new permaculture food garden at the NHC Arboretum.
Family Promise of the Lower Cape Fear 80,000 Family Promise of the Lower Cape Fear provides case management and transitional housing for victims of domestic violence and emergency shelter to homeless families with children while supplying them with the resources and skills vital to regaining and maintaining financial independence. capital improvements in apartments used for emergency shelter and transitional housing.
Feast Down East 120,000 Feast Down East's mission is to strengthen the farming communities and the local food systems in Southeastern North Carolina by cultivating bridges between farmers and local communities.operational expenses and internal capacity building.
Financial Protection Law Center 77,000 Provide legal services and support to protect low-income people and families from unfair and predatory financial practices, to preserve home ownership and to enhance their ability to build equity and to prosper.operational expenses and free legal services for low-income residents.
First Tee Greater Wilmington 64,400 The mission is to impact the lives of young people in the Wilmington area by providing educational programs that build character, instill life-enhancing values, and promote healthy choices through the game of golf. the acquisition of a vehicle.
Five14 Revolution 11,375 The mission of Five14 Revolution of Wilmington, NC is to respond to survivors of human trafficking/sexual exploitation by bringing hope, healing, and freedom to those who find themselves in places of housing for clients.
Food Bank of Centeral & Eastern NC at Wilmington 165,000 The Food Bank of Central & Eastern North Carolina at Wilmington provides programs that support the local hunger relief networkcapital expenditures (commercial kitchen, vehicle) and student support services
Friends of the New Hanover County Arboretum 13,442 Friends of the New Hanover County Arboretum which supports the maintenance and enhancements of the Arboretum gardens and the programs of the NC Cooperative Extension.achieving a state-of-the-art array of meeting and presentation services, in-person and virtual.
Genesis Block Foundation 26,200 Advancing Entrepreneurship in underrepresented communities by ensuring support for resources and programs that reduce the barriers to entrepreneurship, supporting early stage entrepreneurs, small business owners and those ready to strengthen their business venture.entrepreneur trainings, workshops, and business model development.
Global Connections 10,000 Global Connections’ mission is to provide social and empowerment services to enhance the lives of refugees resettling in Wilmington, NC.programmatic and operational expenses.
Good Shepherd Center 250,000 To feed the hungry, shelter the homeless, and foster transition to housing.the Rapid Rehousing program.
Greater Wilmington Chamber Foundation 37,000 The Greater Wilmington Chamber Foundation's mission is to partner with educational institutions and the business community to improve the current and future workforce.the Career and Leadership Development Academy.
Harbor United Methodist Church 135,000 HUMC seeks to achieve greater health equity within the county, by meeting basic human needs of our neighbors, preserving their dignity, and empowering them to grow their own food. work to feed another 200 people, and provide opportunities for clients to grow their own food at home.
Hope Recovery United Methodist Church 27,800 We believe everyone is recovering from something and recovery is possible for all people, therefore, we host spaces to cultivate the healing and wholeness of all persons.the overnight emergency shelter and day shelter.
Independent Works 1,000 The mission is to create a safe, supportive community that promotes interdependent living for adults with autism and other neuro-diversities. associate partnership status in the Harrelson Center.
Jo Ann Carter Harrelson Center 100,000 The Harrelson Center's mission is to provide a centralized humanitarians services campus of nonprofit organizations that provide hope, opportunity, and empowerment.the Housing Empowerment partnership.
Kids Making It 132,500 Kids Making It is a youth woodworking program that teaches valuable vocational, entrepreneurial and life skills to at-risk, low income and disadvantaged expenditures and an instructor.
Leading into New Communities 149,000 The mission of Leading Into New Communities, Inc (LINC) is to motivate and educate youth to make positive life changes while empowering men and women returning from incarceration to be productive members of our community.capacity building and operational expenses.
Lower Cape Fear LifeCare 147,500 Lower Cape Fear LifeCare is dedicated to providing access to the highest quality LifeCare, education, and supportive services to our patients, their families, and the communities we serve.patient charity care, an End-of-Life and Chronic Illness Health Summit and a Welcome Home Veterans event. 18,000 Our mission is to protect public access, promote responsible use, and preserve the traditions of Masonboro Island.ferry costs for student field trips.
MedNorth Health Center 162,500 MedNorth Health Center is building a healthier community by serving as a medical home for patients regardless of the individuals or families ability to expenditures and some new staffing.
Mother Hubbard's Cupboard of Wilmington 50,000 Mother Hubbard's Cupboard serves the hungry in the Wilmington area through distribution of emergency food. This service is provided without discrimination by volunteers with care to preserve the dignity of the individuals being assist with Occupancy costs for part of 2023.
NCSU Cooperative Extension: New Hanover County Center 38,500 North Carolina State Extension 's local New Hanover County Center serves New Hanover County residents focusing on community development, food security, natural resources, and youth development.a collaborative and comprehensive food security plan.
No Limit Boxing Club 18,500 No Limit Boxing Club utilizes boxing as a vehicle to empower young individuals from under-resourced communities to develop their sense of social and scholarships.
NourishNC 105,000 The mission is to provide healthy food to hungry children, empowering them to succeed in the classroom and in their community. the purchase and upfit of a vehicle and increased internal capacity to scale up client services.
NSEA Swim 75,000 The mission is to increase water safety and prevent drowning in the community, specifically focused on the African American community and the Northside neighborhood. the purchase and installation of a “bubble” - a vinyl inflatable cover that creates an indoor environment for the pool in winter conditions.
Peer Recovery Resources 11,250 The mission is to use peer relationships to help individuals, their family members and loved ones of individuals in recovery by connecting them to community through education, hope, and for the North Carolina Peer Support class.
Pine Forest Cemetery Board 10,000 To provide burial options for the black community of New Hanover County , engage in primary and collaborative historical and educational pursuits, provide community developmental support, and sustain the documents and artifacts of history dating back to 1850.program and outreach expenses.
Port City Breastfeeding Project 1,500 The Port City Breastfeeding Project is a grassroots organization of parents and perinatal community members whose mission is to support human milk feeding in all forms. renting a location for educational courses, food for parents and siblings, lactation supplies (breast pumps, Hakkas, hand pumps, pillows) flyers/online promoting, curriculum and course materials, and overhead cost to run a fair and 1-mile run for the Chichis.
Quality Life Blueprint 14,000 Quality Life Blueprint (QLB) is a community-based institute of learning, collaboration and capacity building; with a focus on responding to the needs of the most vulnerable populations in America.Community Health Worker-Violence Prevention Professional Training.
SEEDS of Healing 24,000 SEEDS of Healing (SOH) works to deconstruct myths that perpetuate HIV stigma; generate support for people living with or affected by HIV; and eliminate disparities in HIV outcomes for Black women through awareness, assistance, advocacy, alliances, and education.operational expenses.
Smart Start of New Hanover County 120,000 The mission is to build bridges to develop, sustain and enhance health, family support and early education services for all children, ages birth to five.the research and development project that will result in a comprehensive and in-depth plan of direct supports for Friends Family, Neighbor caregivers and system change projects.
Soaring as Eagles Outreach Ministry 75,000 The mission of Soaring As Eagles is to empower families of Title 1 schools through personal, emotional, educational, and professional expenditures (van) and operational support.
St. Jude's Metropolitan Community Church 8,000 St. Jude's Feeding Wilmington is a program to help those in our community who do not have access to healthy and nutritious food, and/or suffer from food insecurity.The purchase of food and personal products (hygiene, etc).
StepUp Wilmington 125,500 The mission of StepUp Wilmington is to empower individuals to reach their potential and lead stable lives through satisfying work.current programs and the launching of additional initiatives
The Anchor United Methodist Church 32,000 The Anchor exists to build community with people who are experiencing homelessness, poverty, addiction, and brokenness.the day shelter.
The Dance Cooperative 1,400 The Dance Cooperative is committed to nurturing the dance community by providing affordable classes and perfomance opportunities for those underserved artistically, culturally, and economically in the greater Wilmington for K-12 students.
The Healing Place 200,000 The mission of The Healing Place of New Hanover County (THPNC) is to transform individuals affected by addiction or homelessness through accountability and connection.the acquisition of vehicles and establishment of a clinic.
The Kairos Center 3,961 The Kairos Center's mission is to address the issue of poverty through economic empowerment.the Living My Best Life program.
Third Person Project 17,000 The mission of Third Person Project is to promote equity through educational outreach, documentary research, and community engagement in New Hanover County. the purchaase of research database subscriptions and archival materials.
This Whole Life Foundation 7,500 This Whole Life Foundation exists to help individuals and businesses live well, feel whole, and grow sustainably by providing education and/or scholarship funds to obtain wellness services & wellness opportunities.creating an educational curriculum for churches and congregtions on mental health awareness, suicide prevention, community resources, nutrition education, conflict management and crisis interventions.
Tides 85,500 The mission is to provide a comprehensive, intensive, outpatient treatment program for pregnant or newly postpartum women with Substance Use Disorder.housing for women who are homeless, in unsafe housing or have open CPS cases.
Transitions Foundation NC 15,500 Transitions Foundation-NC prepares college-aged students with autism spectrum disorder with the necessary skills to complete postsecondary education through academic and vocational goal attainment. services for students transitioning to post-secondary education.
UNCW Learn-to-Swim Program 50,660 The mission of the UNCW Learn-to-Swim Program is to reduce fatal unintentional drowning rates and improve water safety of African American youth and other minorities from marginalized communities in the Wilmington area by delivering free swimming lessons.the Learn-to-Swim program.
UNCW: Center for Education in STEM 7,900 The Center for Education in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (CESTEM) in the Watson College of Education was established in 1985 to improve the quality of precollege science and mathematics education in NC schools through programs designed for teachers. professional development for teachers and provide them with access to a broad array of STEM equipment to use in their classrooms at no cost.
UNCW: Health & Applied Human Sciences (DC Virgo Prep) 46,656 UNCW's School of Health and Applied Human Sciences is committed to improving health and quality of life for the residents of New Hanover County, southeastern North Carolina, and beyond.the establishment of a community garden.
UNCW: Health & Applied Human Sciences (Street Medicine) 12,057 To promote the health and well-being of all persons through exemplary preparation of future professionals, scholarly activity and community engagement.the Wilmington Street Medicine program.
UNCW: Health & Human Services 82,567 The mission of UNC Wilmington's College of Health and Human Services (CHHS) is to enhance health and quality of life across the lifespan for individuals, families and communities within southeastern North Carolina and beyond through innovation and excellence in workforce development, scholarship, research, professional service and community community health and resource fairs
UNCW: MI CASA 66,500 The mission is to create sustainable pathways for educational equity for academically talented Latinx high school students who wish to further their education.families and students by exposing them to college campuses in person and by exposing them to opportunities they cannot afford.
UNCW: Nursing (Barbership Initiative) 26,000 The mission of the School of Nursing is to educate and empower nursing and clinical research professionals to advance the health of diverse individuals.the purchase of home BP monitors for people we screen at the barbershops, distribution of these cuffs, and education for clients.
UNCW: Public Health 85,825 The mission of the School of Health and Applied Human Sciences is to promote the health and wellbeing of all persons through exemplary preparation of future professionals, scholarly activity, and community engagement.the TimeSlips program.
UNCW: Social Work 10,206 The mission of UNC Wilmington's College of Health and Human Services (CHHS) is to enhance health and quality of life across the lifespan for individuals, families and communities within southeastern North Carolina and beyond through innovation and excellence in workforce development, scholarship, research, professional service and community engagement.a six-session evidence-based group wellness counseling intervention to young adults in New Hanover County.
Voyage of Wilmington 100,000 Voyage operates under the mission of “connecting youth with pathways to success”.summer employment program.
WATERway NC 157,025 From the tap to the bill, WATERway NC helps households avoid interruptions in water service through holistic, need-based assistance.the Leak Repair Pilot Project.
Welcome Home Angel 50,000 Welcome Home Angel changes the lives of children with significant health or life-altering conditions by creating necessary space transformations and providing a safe, functional, and engaging environment for the child, as well as invaluable relief to their caregivers.bedroom/home modifications and case management for clients.
Wilmington Area Rebuilding Ministry 165,000 Wilmington Area Rebuilding Ministry, Inc. mission is to repair, rebuild, and make homes accessible; and to inspire service, generosity, and hope.the Community Partner Program for Affordable Housing Retention.
Wilmington Fire Department 219,500 Protecting, serving, and educating for the safest community.the acquisition of vehicles.
Wilmington School of the Arts 80,000 Wilmington School of the Arts is a tuition-free, public charter school which offers a project based, fully arts integrated curriculum. the purchase a new bus with AC so that their students can have a cooler and safer ride to and from school on the longer routes.
Wrightsville Beach Museum of History 34,500 Our mission is to tell the story of the Island of Wrightsville Beach across a range of cultural experiences, including the conflicts that occur with progress and the little-known history of people and the land.the Black Community / Shell Island program and the Climate Change program.
YMCA of Southeastern NC 190,000 The YMCA of Southeastern NC is a non-profit association committed to a mission of putting Christian principles into practice through programs that build a healthy spirit, mind and body for all.the acquisition of vehicles and program scholarships.
Young Mogul Development Group 50,000 Young Mogul Development Group's (YMDG) mission is to educate young men from underserved populations as well as develop and support their career aspirations through activities, programming, and community efforts that lead to improved life chances, higher self-efficacy, and career development.the development of a Young Mogul Vision Center.
Young Scientist Academy 21,000 Young Scientist Academy (YSA) empowers all youth to be community ambassadors in science and technology.STEM experiences for New Hanover County youth.
Youth Villages North Carolina, Wilmington 75,000 Youth Villages is a private nonprofit organization dedicated to helping emotionally and behaviorally troubled children and their families live successfully.the LifeSet program for youth transitioning from foster care (or other systems of care) into independent adulthood.
YWCA Lower Cape Fear 122,125 The YWCA Lower Cape Fear is dedicated to eliminating racism, empowering women, and promoting peace, justice, freedom, and dignity for all.the Leadership for Inclusive Community program.
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