More than $16,000 in grants awarded to nonprofits in Currituck, Dare
Published 7:02 am Friday, November 18, 2022
- $1,250 to GEM Adult Day Services for Harmony Café
- $1,350 to Interfaith Community Outreach, Inc. for Bridging the Gap client outreach
- $1,000 to Kids First, Inc. for accredited child abuse treatment services
- $1,500 to Lower Currituck Food Pantry for general operating support
- $850 to North Carolina Coastal Federation for environmental enrichment learning
- $1,000 to OBX Room in the Inn for emergency and transitional housing
- $1,250 to Outer Banks Dementia Friendly Coalition for Caregivers’ Day Out
- $1,000 to Special Olympics North Carolina for Special Olympics North Carolina – Dare County
- $1,000 to The Beloved Haven for Heart & Soul Drop-In Center
The Women’s Fund granted:
- $500 to Lower Currituck Food Pantry for Little Red Wagon
- $1,000 to Interfaith Community Outreach, Inc. for women and children outreach initiative
- $2,000 to Kids First, Inc. for accredited child abuse treatment services
- $2,500 to The Beloved Haven for Heart & Soul Drop-In Center
Since their inception, the CDCF and the Women’s Fund have provided over $294,000 in grants to nonprofits in Currituck and Dare counties.
The Currituck-Dare Community Foundation (CDCF) is an affiliate of the North Carolina Community Foundation and is led by a local volunteer advisory board. Each year since 1999, CDCF has used dollars from its endowment funds to make grants to local nonprofit organizations.
Advisory board members live and work in Currituck and Dare counties, positioning them to strategically leverage resources, meet local needs and access opportunities. Board members are Lisa Rose (president), Andy Keeney (vice president), Di Small (secretary/treasurer), Lynda Burek, Sheila Davies, Ralph Deger, Loismary Hoehne, Cynthia Jarvis, Sophie Jordan, David Morgan, Sheila Tyler and Ginger Webster.
Learn more about CDCF at nccommunityfoundation.org/Currituck-Dare.
The Currituck-Dare Women’s Fund leverages the power of collective giving through a local network of women that supports the community in a purposeful way. The fund is a giving circle of the North Carolina Community Foundation that supports charitable organizations serving women, children and families in Currituck and Dare counties. Di Small and Ginger Webster serve as co-chairs.
The North Carolina Community Foundation (NCCF) is the only statewide community foundation serving North Carolina and has administered over $243 million in grants since 1988. With more than $440 million in assets, NCCF sustains more than 1,200 endowments and partners with a network of affiliates to award grants and scholarships in communities across the state.
For more information, visit nccommunityfoundation.org.