Fall 2023 - Grants totaling $88,770
The Bascom - $2,500 for scholarships, instructors and supplies for Highlands arts programs.
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Western North Carolina - $3,000 to support recruiting, programming and staff costs.
Boys & Girls Club of the Plateau - $8,500 for academic programming for youth in grades K-12 at a new location in Highlands.
Child Medical Collaborative - $8,500 to provide services for child victims of domestic violence and sexual abuse.
Community Care Clinic of Highlands-Cashiers - $8,500 to purchase prescription medications.
Four Seasons - $4,000 to address unfunded care needs of people living with life-limiting or terminal illnesses in Macon County.
Gordon Center for Children - $8,500 to continue a free afterschool program for elementary school students in the Highlands community.
Highlands Community Child Development Center - $4,000 for technology equipment.
Highlands Emergency Council - $8,500 to augment its fuel fund.
Highlands-Cashiers Land Trust - $1,770 to support its education programs.
International Friendship Center - $8,500 for its Highlands food pantry program.
The Literacy & Learning Center - $8,500 to expand and enhance its afterschool programs.
ML Performing Arts Center - $2,500 for the educational theatre program during the 2023-2024 school year.
Pisgah Legal Services - $8,500 to support free civil legal assistance to, and advocacy for, low-income people who live and work in and around Highlands.
REACH of Macon County - $3,000 for outreach efforts during Domestic Violence, Sexual Assault, and Human Trafficking awareness months.
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