By Ben Steelman Star News Staff
Posted on Nov 4, 2017 at 9:00AM
The Landfall Foundation has announced $363,100 in grants for 2017 to area schools, charities and non-profits.
Since its founding 22 years ago, the foundation has distributed more than $4.1 million in Southeastern North Carolina.
Recipients were as follows:
Bellamy Mansion Museum, $4,200 for fifth-grade field trips.
Bellville Elementary School, $7,500 for classroom Smartboards.
Camp Schreiber Foundation, $4,000 for at-risk student academic development.
Canines for Service, $2,566 for a service dog trainer program.
Cape Fear Guardian ad Litem Association, $7,200 for a “Growth Adventures” curriculum.
Cape Fear Habitat for Humanity, $3,280 for education program.
Cape Fear Museum Associates, $4,457 for “History on Stage” program.
Cape Fear River Watch, $7,200 for youth environmental summer camps.
Cape Fear Volunteer Center, $4,760 for youth cultural programs.
Castle Hayne Elementary Media Center, $1,070 for youth science program.
Child Development Center, $4,500 for fitness/learning program.
Communities in Schools of Brunswick County, $7,200 for “Action for Success” program.
Countywide Community Development Corporation, $2,000 for “The Village for Scholars.”
DREAMS of Wilmington, $5,383 for career exploration program.
Girls Leadership Academy of Wilmington, $7,200 for classroom equipment.
The Hill School of Wilmington, $4,678 for technology.
Holly Tree Elementary School, $6,301 for STEM curriculum.
International School at Gregory, $4,808.60 for science and gardening programs.
Hoggard High School MTSS Committee, $1,905.25
Hoggard High School PTSO, $3,927 for “Poverty to College Pathways” program.
Masonboro.org, $3,500 foir “Island Explorers” program
New Hanover High School, $2,500 for “Bridging the Gap” program
Noble Middle School, $2,300 for “Apps for Autism.”
N.C. Coastal Federation, $3,995 for touch tank and coastal education programs.
North Topsail Elementary School, $3,194 for educational technology program.
OASIS NC, $5,140 for Great Books for children with autism.
Sunset Park Elementary School, $7,500 for STEM program.
Team First Book New Hanover, $7,500 for book distribution.
Trask Middle School, $4,500 for STEM Learning Lab.
Trask High School, $1,244 for “Making Scents” program.
Williston Middle School, $4,500 for emergency student needs and after-school enrichment.
Wilmington Early College High School, $3,700 for FBLA competitions and workshops.
Cameron Art Museum, $3,800 for Freeman Elementary School outreach.
Cape Fear Chorale, $4,250 for staging Handel’s “Messiah”
Cape Fear Community College Foundation, $3,000 for immersive dance outreach.
Chamber Music Wilmington, $3,200 for educational outreach.
Cucalorus Film Foundation, $7.500 for education and engagement programs.
Dance Cooperative, $500 for Wilmington Dance Festival.
Kenan Chapel and Landfall, $3,500 for community music programs.
N.C. Jazz Festival, $5,250 for music workshops.
N.C. Symphony, $6,000 for concerts in New Hanover County schools.
Tallis Chamber Orchestra, $1,500 for master class and concert with visiting soloist.
Thalian Association, $5,820 for education programs and performances.
Thalian Hall Center for the Performing Arts, $7,500 for Pied Piper children’s theater.
WHQR public radio, $1,000 for DocuTime Film Festival.
Wilmington Ballet Company, $7,500 for set construction and backdrop.
Wilmington Symphonic Winds, $5,000 for Mark Camphouse commission.
Wilmington Symphony Orchestra, $7,500 for youth programs.
Health and Welfare
Accessible Coastal Carolina Events, $3,885 for Miracle League of Wilmington.
Assistance League of Greater Wilmington, $7,500 for Operation School Bell.
Brunswick Family Assistance Agency, $5,000 for emergency food pantry.
Cape Fear Clinic, $7,500 for stroke and heat attack prevention
Cape Fear HealthNet, $7,000 for specialist referral
Career Readiness Academy at Mosley Performance Learning Center, $5,000 for improvements and uniforms.
Community Care of the Lower Cape Fear, $7,500 for preventative health equipment.
Diaper Bank of North Carolina, $5,200 for service expansion into Pender County.
Domestic Violence Shelter and Services, $7,500 for transportation, plus educational curriculum and materials.
Family Promise of the Lower Cape Fear, $7,500 for workforce assistance
First Fruit Ministries, $7,500 for food outreach.
Food Bank of Central and Eastern North Carolina, $7,500 for children’s food programs.
Good Shepherd Center, $4,000 for homelessness programs
J.C. Roe Center, $2,200 for extracurricular activities
Katie B. Hines Senior Center, $1,553 to update kitchen, sink and water cooler.
Lower Cape Fear Hospice, $5,000 for children’s support services.
Lump to Laughter, $3,500 for family assistance for breast cancer victims.
Murrayville Elementary School PTA, $6,500 for “Acts of Kindness” program.
NourishNC, $7,500 for backpack program.
Phoenix Hometown Hires, $7,500 for jobs counseling.
Prevent Blindness North Carolina, $5,000 for vision screening.
Rachel Freeman School, $4,000 for school uniforms and student emergency fund.
Roland Grise Middle School PTSO, $7,500 for student assistance.
South Brunswick Interchurch Council, $4,000 for food pantry.
Willard Outreach Organization, $4,000 for community center playground
Wilmington Area Rebuilding Ministry, $5,000.
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