2021 Community Enrichment and Focus Grants

Beach Food Pantry
$16,600 to Replace Food Pantry Freezer and Purchase of Walk-In Fridge

Cape Hatteras United Methodist Men
$25,000 for Hatteras Repetitive Loss Reduction Project: Raising and Rebuilding Homes

Children & Youth Partnership for Dare County
$10,000 for the Dare County Diaper Drive and Learning Stars Program

Coastal Humane Society
$2,471 for Operation: Healthy Pets and Trap-Neuter-Release Funding

Currituck County Schools
$7,000 for Sensory and Communication Tools and Materials

Dare Community Crime Line
$5,798 for Camp S.A.L.T. Storage Shed and Communication Tools

Dare County Arts Council
$10,000 for Courtyard Enhancements

Elizabeth R & Company
$5,000 for the Searchers of New Horizons Symposium

Fair Haven United Methodist Church
$8,070 for a Generator for Post-Disaster Community Support

Feline Hope Animal Shelter
$1,188 for Trap-Neuter-Release Program Support

Food for Thought
$5,000 for Pandemic Food Relief for Children

Friends of Felines
$625 for Hatteras Trap-Neuter-Release Clinic Support

Frisco Native American Museum & Natural History Center
$5,000 for the “Bringing an Exhibit to Life” Project

Interfaith Community Outreach
$25,000 for COVID Rapid Response
$16,295 for Updating Office Equipment and Technologies

MANE and TAILL Therapeutic Horsemanship Academy
$6,950 for Therapeutic Horsemanship Academy Camp Scholarships

$3,500 for Transportation Support for Monarch Clients

NC Symphony Society
$7,500 for Music Education Residency for Dare County Students

OBX Room In the Inn
$7,500 for Transitional Housing Pilot Project

Outer Banks Center for Dolphin Research
$1,000 for Nags Head Causeway Educational Walking Tour

Outer Banks Chamber of Commerce
$1,000 for Leadership OBX Scholarships

Outer Banks Family YMCA
$12,500 for COVID Rapid Response
$10,000 for Camp Seaside Scholarships for Families in Need

St. John United Methodist Church
$2,400 for New Stove for Church and Community Dinners

The Outer Banks Hospital Development Council
$250,000 for Outer Banks Hospital Outpatient Cancer Center
(to be paid over five years)


Grants from more than 30 donor-advised funds supported nonprofits and the community with nearly $200,000 in giving in 2021. For a list of all donor-advised grants, please see our annual report.




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