Types of Funds - Impact 100 Fund - Grantees
2018 - $50,000 Big Give Grantees
Downtown Hampton Child Dev Center
The DHCDC offers high quality preschool to all Peninsula families. This grant allowed them to open a new toddler classroom so more families would be able to move off the waiting list. Visit website to learn more.
Versability Resources works with Hampton Roads businesses to provide jobs for people with disabilities. This grant provides the foundation needed for students transitioning from school to gainful employment. Visit website to learn more.
2018 - $5,000 Capacity Grantees
With this grant, THRIVE Peninsula will receive 40 hours of consulting services with a focus on strategic fundraising, communication strategies, and developing an overall organizational vision. Visit website to learn more.
Alternatives is using this grant to document their comprehensive youth development model and outcomes to demonstrate the collective impact of Alternatives’ services to 7,000 children on the Peninsula. Visit website to learn more.
2017 - $50,000 Big Give Grantees
Transitions Family Violence Services
Transitions supports victims of domestic violence, sexual assault and human trafficking. The grant will be used for their NEXT STEP transitional housing program. Visit website to learn more.
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Literacy for Life
An organization that promotes adult literacy in Williamsburg. They will use the grant to pilot a new program, the Empowering Parents Program. Visit website to learn more.
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2016 - $50,000 Big Give Grantees
Child Development Resources
Child Development Resources partnered with The One Center for Autism and the grant funded the two organization's KIDS' Night, which offers respite to caregivers. Visit their website to learn more..
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Center for Child & Family Services
The Center for Child and Family Services was awarded for its "Launch Program," which provides services for management, trauma informed counseling, emergency housing, and job readiness for youth aging out of foster care. Visit website to learn more.