Local Chapters provide after-school programs for young people. The mission is to enable youth to reach their full potential as productive caring responsible adults. Nearly 4.6 million are served annually.
In Honor of: The SageView West Coast Team
This agency offers training, education, placement and support to families adopting children. The focus is on the children’s needs first. They come along side families on a lifetime journey to collaborate and encourage family preservation. The goal is to reduce the amount of time it takes for placement and reduces the amount of time children liner in the system.
In Honor of: Nichole Labott and the Richmond Virginia Team
Emergency assistance and guidance is provided to those who are struggling to obtain life’s most basic needs in Brevard County Florida. The services include a community kitchen, children bag pack for weekends when school is out, cold night shelter, veteran counseling, and a food pantry.
In Honor of: Justin Bogart and the Florida Office
Helps families, in our communities and around the world, build and improve the place they call home. Affordable housing plays a critical role in strong and stable communities. Programs also support women, the elderly, veterans, and youth.
In Honor of: The Knoxville Tennessee Team
Serving to assist, support, and advocate for the needs of children diagnosed with cancer, their families, and long-term services for survivors of childhood cancer. The goal is to reduce the stress that a cancer diagnosis places on the entire family.
In Honor of: David Lum and the Honolulu Hawaii Team
Donates specially adapted custom homes for severely injured veterans to help them rebuild their lives. HFOT continues to provide support to help them with the ongoing process of rebuilding their lives.
In Honor of: Jack Evans and the East Coast Team
Helps sustain and develop programs to expand organizations globally that rescue, advocate, educate children that have been enslaved or abused. Many Hopes helps raise awareness of the organizations, schools and orphanages already established to assist accessing funds for operating costs and capital projects.
In Honor of: Stephen Popper and the Boston, Massachusetts Team
Feed More is dedicated to feeding our neighbors who are food insecure across Virginia. Our clients are diverse – we serve rural and urban, seniors and children and those homebound with disabilities or inadequate access to food. We also distribute food through more than 270 nonprofit and community partners including food pantries, soup kitchens, group homes and other community sites in order to reach as many food insecure individuals as possible.
In Honor of: Bill Dowd and the Actuarial Group in Richmond Virginia
Millions of children around the world have the opportunity to play recreational sports. PAI was founded to bring those opportunities to at risk youth domestically and internationally. Clinics help teach life value skills such as respect, acceptance of rules, teamwork and goal setting to participants.
In Honor of: The SageView West Coast Team
The mission of the Stowers Institute for Medical Research is to make a significant contribution to humanity through foundational biomedical research by expanding our understanding of biological processes and by using this knowledge to guide the development of innovative approaches to diagnose, treat and prevent disease.
In Honor of: Jeff Gratton and the Minneapolis Team
As Boulder County’s trusted philanthropic partner for over 30 years, Community Foundation Boulder County will work closely with our government and nonprofit partners to coordinate, align resources and fill gaps to support those most impacted by the wildfires. Our experience has shown us the importance of deep local relationships in meeting short- and long-term community needs in a crisis with equity, transparency, and integrity.
In Honor of: Wayne Roth and the Denver, Colorado Team
Our goal is to treat each person who comes to our shelter with respect and dignity and we prayerfully consider how we will implement an Individual Treatment Plan for those who come to us for help. None of these people ever imagined they’d be homeless and they all need our help. The people who come to us could be your neighbor, your coworker or perhaps a member of your own family.
In Honor of: The Irvine, California Team