Catawba Valley Community Foundation awards more than $28,000 in local grants

Catawba Valley Community Foundation awards more than $28,000 in local grants


The board of advisors of the Catawba Valley Community Foundation recently announced $28,440 in local grant awards from its community grantmaking fund, according to Jamie Treadaway, board president.


This year the board granted:

  • $1,500 to the AIDS Leadership Foothills-area Alliance, Inc. (ALFA) for HIV and Hepatitis C prevention, detection and care in injection drug users

  • $2,100 to the Alexander County Partnership for Children for CPR & First Aid for Early Childhood Educators

  • $2,500 to the Catawba Valley Community College for Dreamland: The Interdisciplinary Read 2018-19

  • $2,000 to the Children's Home Society of North Carolina, Inc. for Catawba Valley family recruitment

  • $1,840 to the Family Care Center of Catawba Valley, Inc. for the Safe and Secure program

  • $4,000 to the Helping Hands Clinic for combating the opioid crisis in Caldwell County

  • $1,500 to the Hickory Soup Kitchen for feeding the hungry of Catawba Valley

  • $2,500 to the Patrick Beaver Learning Resource Center, Inc. for the Learning is Fun Together (LIFT) program

  • $3,000 to Sipe's Orchard Home for Tyndall Pre-K improvement

  • $1,500 to The Corner Table for the Debbie Payseur Packing Program

  • $5,000 to TROSA (Triangle Residential Options for Substance Abusers, Inc.) for residential substance abuse recovery services for individuals from Catawba Valley

  • $1,000 to the UNC Center for Public Television for the "Catawba is Making. Living. Better" Documentary Project

Treadaway thanked the community for its support of the Catawba Valley Community Foundation. “We are proud to support these nonprofit programs that are so vital to the community,” he said. “We are grateful to the many generous individuals and organizations that have supported our work to inspire philanthropy across our community.”
For further information, contact NCCF Regional Director Colby Martin at 828-358-0030 or or visit the NCCF website at
The Catawba Valley Community Foundation, serving Alexander, Caldwell and Catawba counties, is a growing family of philanthropic funds, source of grants for local causes and partner for donors. CVCF was founded in 1997 and is led by a local volunteer advisory board that helps build community assets through the creation of permanent endowments, makes grants and leverages leadership – all for the benefit of Alexander, Caldwell and Catawba counties.
The CVCF board advises the Catawba Valley Community Fund, the unrestricted community grantmaking fund, to support local needs. This competitive grants program is held annually. Because advisory board members live and work in the Catawba Valley, they can leverage resources to help meet local needs and access opportunities. In addition to Treadaway, board members include: Lilly Skok Bunch (secretary), Tamara Coley (grants chair), Alex Bernhardt, Jr., Kimberly George, Kathy Greathouse, Mandy Pitts-Hildebrand, Zachary King, Michelle Kirby, Beth Rogers, John Teeter and John Watts.
The CVCF, through the NC Community Foundation, makes it easy to become a philanthropist, whatever your means or charitable goals. You can open an endowment for your favorite cause at any time – or contribute to an existing fund in any amount. Tax-deductible contributions, made payable to the Catawba Valley Community Foundation, can be mailed to the North Carolina Community Foundation, 3737 Glenwood Ave. Suite 460, Raleigh, NC 27612. Contributions can also be made online at
About the North Carolina Community Foundation
The NCCF is the single statewide community foundation serving North Carolina and has administered more than $145 million in grants since its inception in 1988. With more than $270 million in assets, NCCF sustains 1,300 endowments established to provide long-term support of a broad range of community needs, nonprofit organizations, institutions and scholarships. The NCCF partners with a network of affiliate foundations to provide local resource allocation and community assistance across the state. An important component of NCCF’s mission is to ensure that rural philanthropy has a voice at local, regional and national levels.
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