2010 Grant Recipients

Thank you to all of the organizations that applied for a grant from the High Point Community Foundation and congratulations to those awarded funds in 2010.

Organization   Amount Purpose of Grant
Big Brothers Big Sisters HP


Program to match a child who has one parent incarcerated in State or Federal prison with a big brother or sister
CFGG – Guilford Nonprofit Consortium


Operating funds for outreach to HP nonprofits that includes access to low-cost, but high quality training and resources
City of High Point – Police Department


Fund victim service case worker to address domestic violence in coordination with the HP Police Department to reduce domestic homicides, injuries, & repeated calls
Communities in Schools High Point


Funding for the “Next Step Ninth Grade Transitional Program” to promote academic achievement and social success to decrease the dropout rate
Community Outreach of Archdale-Trinity


Funding to enhance the FISH (finding independence through self-sufficiency) services, which will prepare participants to be self-sufficient and navigate their way to employment
Family Service of the Piedmont


Funds to expand consumer credit counseling services
Ferndale Middle School


Funding to produce Culture Fair where students experience other cultures and gain appreciate for differences
Grace Church – Helping Hands Ministry


Operating funds to help keep vital staff that assist with participating in the Community Resource Network, distribute food, financial assistance, health fairs and job fairs
Guilford Education Alliance


Funding to support the teacher supply warehouse that provides classroom supplies to teachers while business recycle supplies instead of discarding them
High Point Community Against Violence


Operating funds to support deterring crime by working with violent offenders who desire to change their lives
Junior Achievement


Funds to support a K-12 real world to classroom financial & economic program to help students develop financial, ethical and economic foundations needed in our global economy
Randolph County Partnership for Children


 Funds to expand Parents as Teachers – a family literacy program for at-risk parents with children under the age of 5
Special Olympics NC


Funding competitive event for statewide athletes – 50 from HP
Triad Health Project


Fund case manager to access services for clients affected by HIV/AIDS in the city of High Point
West End Ministries


General operating funding to provide services such as emergency assistance, community meals, Kids Café, Leslie’s House, Boys & Girls Club, and Senior Adult Programs
Win-Win Resolutions


Funding for LOTSO which serves to deter high-risk minority and economically disadvantaged females ages 6-18 from involvement with gangs, delinquency, pregnancy, and deviant behavior
YMCA of High Point – Camp Cheerio


Funds to match a challenge grant for ADA accessibility in older cabins
YWCA of High Point


Funds to upgrade computer lab from 4 to 15 serving 90 kids, 60 teens
Total Approved by Grants Committee $277,715 HPCF Annual Grant Allocation $250,000
Cory McInnis Allocation $11,365
Violet Hutchens Allocation $16,350