2020 Grant Recipients

Camp to Belong

Young Harris, Georgia

Camp to Belong – Georgia (CTB-GA) mission is to positively impact the lives of at-risk youth who have been placed separately from their siblings in foster care or other out-of-home care. Camp to Belong – Georgia provides a free summer camp for brothers and sisters, ages 8-18, which includes specially designed events and activities to provide opportunities for siblings to strengthen relationships and create childhood memories together.

Charlotte, North Carolina

Community Culinary School of Charlotte provides Workforce Development training and job placement assistance for adults who face barriers to long-term successful employment. Their vision is to transform the lives of our students and their families and positively impact our community. 

Atlanta, Georgia

Camp Twin Lakes is the leading network of therapeutic, educational, and recreational camps in Georgia. They serve children and teens with serious illnesses, disabilities, and life challenges and their families year-round through week-long summer camps and weekend camps during the school year.

Charlotte, North Carolina

Refugee Support Services of the Carolinas, Inc. mission is to facilitate programs and intercultural relationships that promote refugee self-sufficiency and enrich our community. Refugee Support Services is proud to provide humanitarian services to approximately 750 refugees annually.

Friends of Aine

Manchester, New Hampshire

Friends of Aine is a grief and bereavement organization serving children and families in Manchester, New Hampshire and the surrounding communities. They are the only organization in New Hampshire whose sole mission is to support grieving children, teens, and families who have experienced a significant death. 

Charlotte, North Carolina

Since 1978, KinderMourn has provided hope for bereaved parents, grieving children & teens by offering support & counseling programs, creating awareness of bereavement issues & empowering the community to effectively assist those who have suffered an unthinkable loss. 

Hayesville, North Carolina

The Still Place offers rest, renewal, and re-creation to families experiencing serious life-altering illnesses incorporating nature, art, spirituality, and Southern Appalachian experiences to enhance resiliency, empowerment, self-determination, and hope.