What is Transformational
Giving?

Clemmons Community Foundation routinely uses the terms “smart” and “transformational” in its focus for giving and community impact. What does that mean and why do we care?

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The Clemmons Community Foundation exists to unlock the full philanthropic potential of Clemmons, Lewisville, and surrounding communities by connecting people and resources in ways that thoughtfully and meaningfully transform our communities with access, opportunity, and an enriched quality of life for all residents. A core mission of the CCF is to strengthen the people, places, and partnerships that hold our communities together, build new connections that provide opportunities, and ensure our area continues to be a community in which all people want to call home.

Cancer Services Endowment Fund

Honoring its 65th Anniversary

The endowment will support operations to ensure the continuation of comprehensive support services to those facing cancer.

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Shore Scholars Program

Creating a Lifetime of Opportunities

Created by the Wayne A. Shore Endowment, the program provides mentoring and meaningful experiences for juniors and seniors in Yadkin County.

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2019-20 Shore Scholars at App State University, Boone NC, Fall 2019

Neighborhood Philanthropy

Salem Glen College Assistance Program

Envisioned by an active and charitably-minded neighborhood, Salem Glen, the program seeks to accelerate successful career preparation through scholarship and mentoring.

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2019-20 Shore Scholars at App State University, Boone NC, Fall 2019

Community Initiatives

COVID-19 Response Teams

These are unprecedented times in our communities. Local leaders are informing the assessment of need and guiding grant distribution decisions as the pandemic unfolds locally.
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Supplies for Local Businesses

Volunteers in Clemmons, Lewisville, and Yadkin County are making deliveries of welcome back packages of essential supplies to local businesses as they prepare to reopen.
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Clemmons Feeds Clemmons

A resident-led effort that helps  families in need and local restaurants. 100% of donations are used to purchase of gift cards that will then be distributed to those who in need.
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In the News

John Stewart Scholarship Fund recipients named

John Stewart Scholarship Fund recipients named

Three 2020 graduates of West Forsyth High School have been named recipients of the Leslie Martin Scholarships and the Rebecca and Danny Green Music Scholarship.

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July 16, 2020
Announcing New Board Officers and Directors for 2020-2021

Announcing New Board Officers and Directors for 2020-2021

The foundation has elected its officers for the 2020-2021 fiscal year and welcomes five new members.

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July 1, 2020
Inspiring Community: IFB Solutions

Inspiring Community: IFB Solutions

IFB is inspiring new dreams and empowering opportunities for those with blindness or vision loss to be fully involved in their communities, from school to home and beyond, as they lead active, independent lives.

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June 4, 2020
Inspiring Community: Clemmons Fire Department

Inspiring Community: Clemmons Fire Department

To all firefighters, thank you for your courage and selflessness when everything is on the line. Thank you for being one of our protectors, safeguarding our lives with your own.

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May 14, 2020
Yadkin County Schools' teachers recognized

Yadkin County Schools' teachers recognized

This week, with thanks to Indera Mills Co. and Yadkin County’s COVID-19 Response Team, every public school teacher in Yadkin County will receive a face mask with the Yadkin County Schools’ logo.

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May 6, 2020
First round of COVID-19 grants awarded

First round of COVID-19 grants awarded

Nearly $10,000 has been awarded to organizations in Clemmons-Lewisville and Yadkin County for emerging needs due to the impact of COVID-19.

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May 5, 2020
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