Spring 2020 - Grants totaling $104,830
Asheville Area Habitat for Humanity - $5,000 to subsidize construction costs for low-income homeowners.
Babies Need Bottoms - $3,000 for diapers for low-income families.
Black Mountain Center for the Arts - $4,500 for floor restoration and repair and art preservation projects.
Black Mountain Counseling Center - $8,000 to provide mental health clinical services to uninsured and under-insured clients.
Bounty & Soul - $5,000 to purchase food.
Food Connection - $10,000 to provide food pick-up services.
Friends of Buncombe Libraries/Friends of Black Mountain Library - $6,000 to automate two entry doors at the Black Mountain Public Library.
Girls on the Run of WNC - $2,500 to support and expand its program addressing the educational and health needs of girls in grades 3-8.
Guardian ad Litem Association of Buncombe County - $5,000 to assist children in DSS care.
Meals on Wheels of Asheville and Buncombe County - $10,000 for meals for homebound seniors.
Mountain Housing Opportunities - $10,000 to improve pedestrian access to an affordable housing complex.
NC MedAssist - $2,500 for free pharmacy services for low-income, uninsured individuals.
Our VOICE - $2,500 for a sexual assault prevention program for teens.
St. James Episcopal Church - $3,305 to renovate its community kitchen.
Swannanoa Valley Child Care Council/Children and Friends Enrichment Center - $9,000 to furnish an infant room in its new location.
Swannanoa Valley Christian Ministry - $10,000 to support a winter emergency homeless shelter.
Swannanoa Valley Museum - $2,500 for an interpretive panel.
Swannanoa Welcome Table - $2,025 for folding chairs for community meal participants.
YMCA of Western North Carolina - $4,000 to provide access to after school and summer day camp programs for students at Black Mountain Primary.
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