2020 Grant Recipients

Claire's Army Logo

Raleigh, North Carolina

 Addis Jemari works to empower orphans, vulnerable children, and their families to end generational poverty in Ethiopia. 

A Glimmer of Hope Logo

Austin, Texas

A Glimmer of Hope seeks to end poverty in rural Ethiopia with an holistic approach to change. Their projects create a network of resilience for communities through clean drinking water, good income opportunities, quality education, and modern healthcare.

Camp to Belong

Young Harris, Georgia

Camp to Belong reunites siblings currently separated in foster care and other out of home care for events that encourage sibling connection and create positive childhood memories.

Atlanta, Georgia

Camp Twin Lakes offers transformative camps for children with serious illness, disabilities, and other life challenges.


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.

Friends of Aine

Manchester, New Hampshire

The Friends of Aine Center for Grieving Children and Families provides bereavement support services and resources to children and families who have suffered the loss of a loved one.



Charlotte, North Carolina

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

Charlotte, North Carolina

Refugee Support Services is a nonprofit post-resettlement organization that facilitates programs and intercultural relationships to promote individual autonomy, cultivate social capital, and enrich our community.

The Still Place Logo

Hayesville, North Carolina

The Still Place provides rest, renewal, and recreation to families with seriously ill children and bereaved families.