Community Foundation for Monterey County
The mission of the Community Foundation for Monterey County is to improve the quality of life in Monterey County by raising, managing, and distributing charitable funds to qualified organizations and by creating positive connections between donors and their interests
Crosby Scholars Community Partnership
At the Crosby Scholars Community Partnership, we help students in public middle and high schools in Forsyth County prepare academically, personally, and financially for college admission and other post-secondary opportunities best suited to a student's needs, aptitudes and dreams. We are a partnership of the Kate B. Reynolds Charitable Trust, the United Way of Forsyth County, the Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools, and The Winston-Salem Foundation. With a 17-year history of providing academic training, financial aid and college application workshops, advisory services, college tours and Last Dollar Grant scholarships, Crosby Scholars now serves more than 5,000 students per year. Since 1992, the program has awarded over $3.8 million in Last Dollar Grant scholars and helped 3,800 hundred students enroll in college. In 2008, Crosby Scholars provided over 37,000 hours of community service.
Decker School of Nursing at Binghamton University
The Decker School of Nursing provides nursing education in the form of bachelor, master and doctoral degrees.
Delta Gamma Foundation
Delta Gamma Foundation provides resources for educational growth and philanthropic service for all members.
Dribble for Destiny, Inc.
Dribble for Destiny conducts camps and clinics, performs at various halftime events, banquets, prisons, and school assemblies worldwide. By sharing testimonies and motivational messages, Dribble for Destiny makes it their goal to alter destinies by inspiring new thoughts to action, then applying action to habit, and that new habit to character. Their Carolina Crusader Club was formed in 2004 to create teams to compete in the upstate of SC and local region. The objective is to develop godly leaders by building an environment built on faith and principles. Competition, teamwork, integrity, honesty, and loyalty are all characteristics that are developed.
Duval County 4-H Foundation, Inc.
Educational assistance in classroom
Earl Warren High School Project Graduation
Project Graduation is a safe celebration for the graduating seniors that provides a safe, alcohol and drug free environment for students to celebrate their accomplishments and reflect on these accomplishments in a supportive and nurturing environment.
East Lake Foundation Inc.
Founded in 1995 on the belief that everyone deserves a chance to succeed, the East Lake Foundation (www.eastlakefoundation.org) offers Atlanta's East Lake residents opportunities to build a better future through quality education, affordable housing, recreational opportunities and connections with the broader community. We help families reach their highest potential by sponsoring academic, enrichment, recreational, mentoring, summer and scholarship programs for children and teens; and counseling, support groups and training for adults. This approach to building a strong community not only helps break the cycle of poverty, but creates a place where people of all ages and incomes choose to live. Today's economic challenges hit working families particularly hard; our neighbors struggle to make ends meet while trying to provide a better future for their children. But thanks to our donors and volunteers, the East Lake Foundation and its programs, including The First Tee of East Lake, deliver the tools these families need. Your support creates hope today, builds success for future generations and helps fuel a model that's become a national inspiration.
Eclc Foundation A New Jersey Non Profit Corporation
The ECLC of New Jersey network is composed of four distinct, highly respected, not-for-profit educational, vocational, social and recreational human service agencies serving over 600 children and adults who have moderate to severe developmental disabilities, including Autistic Spectrum Disorder, cognitive impairments and/or communication disorders. Our mission is to prepare our students and clients academically, emotionally and socially to empower and enable them to achieve their maximum potential, enhance their quality of life, and to become contributing members of their community.
Evans Scholars Foundation
The WGA-sponsored Evans Scholars Foundation administers the nation's largest privately funded college scholarship program. Since 1930, over 8,900 deserving young caddies have earned their college degrees through Evans Scholarships. Today, 865 caddies are attending college as Evans Scholars. The Evans Scholarship was founded by golf great Charles "Chick" Evans Jr. (1890-1979).
Fellowship of Christian Athletes
The FCA Vision To see the world impacted for Jesus Christ through the influence of athletes and coaches. The FCA Mission To present to athletes and coaches and all whom they influence the challenge and adventure of receiving Jesus Christ as Savior and Lord, serving Him in their relationships and in the fellowship of the church. The FCA Values Our relationships will demonstrate steadfast commitment to Jesus Christ and His Word through Integrity, Serving, Teamwork and Excellence
Fort Worth Opera Association Inc.
The mission of Fort Worth Opera is to educate, entertain and expand the horizons of current and future audiences and artists through variety and artistic integrity; our passion is to become recognized internationally as an organization that preserves and expands the transcending Art of opera. Fort Worth Opera produces its annual spring Festival every year, with three to four operas over 4 weekends, and provides educational programming through Children's Opera Theare, which tours operas written specifically for children in to schools throughout Texas.
Foundation for Monterey County Free Libraries
The Foundation supports the literacy programs of the 17 Monterey County Free Libraries. Programs include homework centers, summer reading, family literacy, 2 bookmobiles, reading van reaching outlying areas of Monterey County.
Foundation for Rural Education Excellence Inc.
Improve resources and training for rural education
Friends of Golf Inc.
In 1979, a group of 25 friends of UCLA got together for a luncheon at the Los Angeles Country Club (LACC), a meeting that ultimately led to the creation of a new organization dedicated to supporting programs for young golfers. At that time, it was called Friends of College Golf. Its original purpose was to raise funds to provide scholarships for the UCLA Golf Team, whose coach was Eddie Merrins, the Golf Professional at Bel-Air Country Club. In taking on the additional duties as the UCLA coach, Merrins inherited a paltry budget of just $6,000, which was grossly inadequate in order to compete in big time college golf competition. UCLA graduate and LACC member John Anderson, in response to Merrins' financial plight, hosted the founding luncheon. At that time, the idea of staging an annual golf tournament to raise funds for golf team scholarships was adopted. Many of the individuals in the original founding group are still active in the organization. And so the not-for-profit organization, Friends of College Golf, was established.
Friends of the Library--Hilton Head
We are an organization that buys books, equipment and supplies that are not covered by county and state funding for the Hilton Head Library. We also sponsor events and speakers that are interesting to our community, as well as fund children's reading programs and purchase technical equipment such as computers and Early Literacy Stations. Our mission is to promote literacy and encourage the pursuit of life long learning through use of the library's resources.
Gene and Mary Sarazen Foundation
Gene Sarazen's philosophy was to "build a better way" of life where needs exist. To further the hopes and dreams of individuals and communities in need, Dr. Sarazen helped to establish the Gene and Mary Sarazen Foundation in 1995 as a 501(c)(3) charitable organization under the Internal Revenue Code. Foundation support will reach out to a myriad of needs, ranging from health care to education, families to sports programs. Contributions to the Foundation qualify for a charitable deduction.
Georgia Southern University Foundation Inc.
The Georgia Southern University Foundation, Inc. is a not-for-profit organization established in 1963 to raise and manage private dollars to meet the needs of Georgia Southern University that are not funded through state allocations. The Georgia Southern University Foundation, Inc., is qualified by the Internal Revenue Service as a tax exempt 501(c)(3) corporation
Georgia Tech Athletic Association
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