Each year, we take applications from charitable organizations throughout the country that support our mission. Each request goes through a strenuous vetting process, and if approved, receives a set amount designated each year, depending on fundraising. This year, we were thrilled to give away not one, but three $25,000 grants to charities that enrich the lives of children in their community.

If you would like to apply, please visit our Apply for a Grant page today.

   

congratulations to the

2018 national grant recipients:

The Daniel Center for Math and Science is a non-profit organization which provides year-round STEM education enhancement for at risk and economically disadvantaged children in the community. Their program is housed within the framework of a licensed after school and full day summer/track out child care center. The Daniel Center for Math and Science is located in Raleigh, NC.


The Making Headway Foundation is a 501c3 non-profit organization that supports families of children diagnosed with brain or spinal cord tumors. Over the past 20 years, they have helped thousands of families through unimaginably difficult times, providing a wide range of holistic programs and services. Making Headway is located in Chappaqua, NY.

 

The mission of Families Together is to move families in Wake and surrounding counties from homelessness to stable homes through mentoring, housing support, and connections to community resources. Families Together provides the critical link to home for hundreds of families with children experiencing homelessness in our community every year. Families Together is based in Raleigh, NC.


PREVIOUS NATIONAL GRANT RECIPIENTS

2017 RECIPIENT

The mission of Sawyerville Day Camp is to broaden the horizons of participants and staff, improve race relations, and enrich the lives of those living in poverty in Hale County, Alabama and the surrounding areas.


2017 RECIPIENT

More than 200,000 children in Minnesota live with food insecurity. Without reliable access to food – such as meal programs at school – the risk of hunger is very real. The Sheridan Story works to combat hunger in communities by providing food for students to take home each weekend of the school year.