Recent Grants

Since 1999, the Black Mountain - Swannanoa Valley Endowment Fund, in partnership with CFWNC, has awarded 127 grants totaling $1,031,290.

Photo courtesy of Habitat for Humanity.

Spring 2019 - Grants totaling $100,850

Asheville Area Habitat for Humanity - $10,000 for home repairs that address health, safety and accessibility issues.

Black Mountain Center for the Arts - $4,000 to provide art programs to people with dementia.

Black Mountain Counseling Center - $10,000 to provide mental health services to low-income people.

Black Mountain Primary School - $2,310 for picnic tables and landscaping.

Bounty & Soul - $10,000 to establish a farmer’s outreach program.

Charles D. Owen Middle School - $7,500 to remodel the cafeteria.

Food Connection - $5,400 for supplies and a driver for food distribution.

LEAF Community Arts - $2,000 for a training program designed to help teachers integrate art in their curricula.

Meals on Wheels of Asheville and Buncombe County - $10,000 for food for meals for home-bound seniors.

NC MedAssist - $2,500 for a free pharmacy program for low-income patients.

The Old Depot Association - $2,590 to purchases benches and promotional material.

Swannanoa Valley Child Care Council/Children and Friends Enrichment Center - $550 to purchase educational toys.

Swannanoa Valley Christian Ministry - $10,000 for utility assistance for low-income people.

United Way of Asheville and Buncombe County - $10,000 to support its middle school initiative at Owen Middle School.

Verner Center for Early Learning - $5,000 to install a controlled access front door.

Western North Carolina Lions/Marjorie McCune Memorial Center - $5,000 to provide medical care for blind, frail or elderly veterans and disabled residents.

YMCA of Western North Carolina - $4,000 to provide life-saving water safety skills to children.

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