2023 Grant Recipients


Raleigh, North Carolina

AMM provides access to compassionate, whole-person primary care for working, uninsured adults in order to reduce health disparities in Wake County. Patients have access to comprehensive care that addresses mind, body, and spirit. Our grant supports their social services program. 


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Charlotte, North Carolina

Claire’s Army strives to act as God’s hands and feet for families fighting childhood cancer by supporting their daily responsibilities, allowing them to put time and focus on their child. Our grant supports the Emergency Assistance Program which relieves the financial and emotional stress from patient families facing financial crisis by addressing urgent needs such as mortgage, rent, and utility payments.



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Charlotte, North Carolina

The Council for Children’s Rights protects and advances the legal rights and development of children through individual representation, community education, and by addressing community-wide issues through systems advocacy, research and policy work. Our grant supports their mental health navigation program designed to ensure children are given proper and timely access to mental health resources.

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Charlotte, North Carolina

Foster Village Charlotte creates connection with dignity for children and families experiencing foster care by meeting urgent needs, providing educational and emotional support, and advocating as a collective community voice for children. Our grant supports the Kinship Program which is specifically designed to support biological family members while caring for children in foster care.

Greenville, South Carolina

The mission of Fostering Great Ideas is to restore hope to children in foster care through innovative ideas built on meaningful relationships. Our grant supports their Sib-Link program which provides services to support and enhance monthly sibling visits to help maintain sibling bonds and lessen the anxiety that children experience while in foster care.

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Charlotte, North Carolina

Hope Haven is a Therapeutic Community that provides a foundation of recovery for individuals and families impacted by Substance Use Disorder so they can build healthy, independent lives. Their goal is to strengthen families by having children and parents participate in the program together under the guidance of clinical staff. Our grant supports their Fast-Tracked Hope for Families program.

Hopeful Horizons

Beaufort, South Carolina

Hopeful Horizons is a children’s advocacy, domestic violence, and rape crisis center. Their mission is to protect, treat, and prevent. Our grant supports their counseling and therapy program which provides evidence-based trauma-focused treatments to help survivors of abuse heal and mitigate the long-term impact of trauma. 

Charlotte, North Carolina

Mitchell’s Fund seeks to improve the mental well-being of children and families who have experienced trauma. Their primary program, Mitchell’s House, provides counseling, art, and play therapy services to seriously and terminally ill children, their siblings, and families. Our grant offsets the cost of therapy for families experiencing economic hardship.


The Parenting PATH

Winston-Salem, North Carolina

The Parenting PATH works to prevent and treat child abuse and neglect by strengthening families, enhancing parent/child relationships, and creating safer, more stable communities. Our grant will support help to offset the cost of counseling and clinical services for uninsured and underinsured families.