2018 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 2018.

Strategic Leadership Grant

Organization Name Amount Granted Description
GEA – Guilford PreK-12 $100,000 Funding to provide student support services at Fairview, Northwood, Ferndale, High Point Central

Community Impact Grants

Organization Name Amount Granted Description
 BOTSO $16,020 New staff member to enable growth of program to mentor, build character and life skills for young men
City of HP – Police $21,249 Provide funds to purchase required new ballistic vests
Guilford Child Development $27,430 GED classes, workforce training, financial literacy, health  & wellness classes within the Family Success Center
Helping Hands $39,670 New staff member to support food reclamation expansion as well as support more families with children
HPCAV $23,600 Support pilot program to focus on the worst offenders to intensify their training and mentoring
Mt. Zion Baptist Church $24,960 Create a summer pilot program to provide adult workshops on computer literacy, resume writing, etc
Northwood Elementary $22,260 Purchase various types of flexible seating to create a fun, inviting and calming space to engage in learning
Open Door Ministries $33,940 Support a part-time case manager in order to provide ever expanding needed services to the homeless
Special Olympics NC $4,386 Support purchase of aging equipment, new uniforms, travel expenses for athletes to compete in events
West End Ministries $26,935 Support to expand services at Leslie’s House
World Relief $10,545 Program to provide academic preparation and test-taking skills for students in the immigrant community
YMCA of HP $35,505 Expand the free teen summer program to engage teens during the summer at Hartley, Grubb & Carl Chavis
YWCA of HP $12,500 Create a coalition to engage in community dialogues and training using REI (Racial Equity Institute)
Total $299,000