Seniors Taylor Martin and Xavier Daniels of High Point Central High School are this year's recipients of the Class of 1960 scholarships.
Community leader/philanthropist David Hayworth makes $1 million commitment to Say Yes, bringing Guilford County one step closer to making the initiative a reality.
Scholarship program offers an education to those who are seldom provided one.
The mission of the Principals’ Fund is to provide support and resources to High Point public schools and impact students while strengthening the educational system in our community. Grants are made to schools to provide for the unfunded expenses related to kid-centered programs or projects that are educational and support character education.
The Heart of High Point Fund provides for the basic needs of the High Point community. Grants are made to organizations whose mission, human resources and at least 50% of their budget is devoted to providing food, shelter, and rehabilitation or health services to the most needy individuals and families in the community.
Donor Advised Funds give individuals, families, non-profits and for-profits the ability to create funds that are held and managed by the foundation. Donors are able to recommend how and when fund will be granted. Gifts can be made to non-profits, municipalities, schools or churches.
One of the most satisfying events of our year is the Annual Grants Presentation. After months of review and interviews, we get to publicly acknowledge the amazing organizations that are doing so much to affect positive change in the city of High Point.
January 20th, 2015
Smart Girls Tanzania was established in 2011 as a Donor Advised Fund within the High Point Community Foundation by Doug and Margaret Clark and their family to provide financial support for students at Kongei Secondary School in Tanzania. More