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Recovery grants soften the blow of COVID-19 on nonprofit operations

October 09, 2020

The Hampton Roads Community Foundation was pleased to offer a recent grant opportunity to provide operating support for our nonprofit partners to assist them with stabilization and recovery due to the loss of income related to the COVID-19 pandemic.

“Our nonprofit partners are experiencing the ongoing effects of the COVID-19 pandemic,” said Linda Rice, Vice President for Grantmaking. “The community foundation is happy to provide grant funding to support and strengthen their organizations.”

We recognize the uncertainty of what is ahead and stand together in support of our vibrant nonprofit community.

For essential service nonprofits, $428,742 was awarded to 67 organizations in September using a grant application process. Here's the list:

  • Access College Foundation, $15,000
  • Hampton Roads Community Health Center, $15,000
  • Norfolk Senior Center, $15,000
  • Places and Programs for Children, Inc., $15,000
  • Seton Youth Shelters, $ 15,000
  • Southeastern Virginia Area wide Model Program t/a Senior Services of Southeastern Virginia, $15,000
  • The Planning Council, $15,000
  • TWP-The Youth Movement, $15,000
  • The Children's Center, $12,500
  • The Up Center, $12,500
  • Virginia Beach Community Development Corporation, $12,500
  • Western Tidewater Free Clinic, Inc., $12,500
  • Youth Outreach Urban Resources & Services, $12,500
  • An Achievable Dream Virginia Beach (SAME Foundation), $10,000
  • Catholic Charities of Eastern Virginia, $10,000
  • Chesapeake Care, $10,000
  • Nauticus Foundation, $10,000
  • Norfolk CASA, Inc., $10,000
  • Garden of Hope Inc., $9,250
  • Park Place School, $9,250
  • American Diabetes Association (HRLocal Chapter), $8,000
  • Beach Health Clinic, $8,000
  • Suffolk Meals on Wheels, Inc., $8,000
  • Communities in Schools of Hampton Roads, $ ,500
  • Edmarc, Inc., $7,500
  • Girl Scout Council of the Colonial Coast, $7,500
  • Habitat for Humanity South Hampton Roads, $7,500
  • Help and Emergency Response Inc., $7,500
  • Louise W. Eggleston Center, Inc., $7,500
  • Virginia Beach CASA, $7,500
  • Ability Center of Virginia, $5,242
  • Hampton Roads Community Action Program, Inc., $5,000
  • LGBT Life Center, $5,000
  • Mile High Kids and Community Development, Inc., $5,000
  • Prevent Child Abuse Hampton Roads, $5,000
  • REACH, Inc. (Reading Enriches All Children), $5,000
  • The Sarah Michelle Peterson Foundation, $ 5,000
  • Virginia Aquarium & Marine Science Center Foundation, $ 5,000
  • Virginia Zoological Society, $ 5,000
  • Walk In It Inc., $5,000
  • Armed Services YMCA of Hampton Roads, $4,000
  • Compassion Advocacy Network, Inc., $ 3,000
  • Girls on the Run South Hampton Roads, $3,000
  • Mercy Chefs Inc., $2,500
  • Tidewater Wooden Boat Workshop, $2,500
  • Virginia Beach Justice Initiative, $2,500
  • Western Tidewater Tennis Association, $2,500
  • The Living River Restoration Trust, $2,000
  • Alzheimer's Disease and Related Disorders Association, $2,000
  • Community Alternatives, Inc., $2,000
  • Families of Autistic Children of Tidewater, $2,000
  • Hope U Inc., $2,000
  • Joy Ministries, $2,000
  • Judeo-Christian Outreach Center, Inc., $2,000
  • United Jewish Federation of Tidewater, $2,000
  • Oyster Reef Keepers of Virginia, Inc., $2,000
  • Children's Assistive Technology Service, $1,500
  • New Vision Youth Services, Inc., $1,500
  • Nursing CAP, Inc., $1,500
  • The Eliza Hope Foundation, $1,500
  • Access Partnership, $1,000
  • Commonwealth Catholic Charities, $1,000
  • LIFT Fitness Foundation, $1,000
  • Montero Medical Missions Inc., $1,000
  • Roc Solid Foundation Inc., $1,000
  • SEALKIDS, Inc., $1,000.
  • United Methodist Family Services of Virginia, $1,000

Learn more about our response to COVID-19 here.

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