Recent Grants

Current Grantees

Forsyth Futures

To support representation of Clemmons and Lewisville members of the community engagement committee, which will work with Age-Friendly Forsyth and the local communities to identify and discuss needs and opportunities facing the aging population in our area and identify possible next steps.

Parenting Path

To assist in funding a Parent Teen Solutions program in Clemmons and Lewisville, providing in-home visitation to at-risk or otherwise in-need youth and their parent(s).  The program is designed to improve parent-child relationships, school motivation, problem-solving skills,and parenting skills.

Crisis Control Ministry

To build awareness of poverty and advocacy through its programs, Bridges Out of Poverty and Poverty Simulation in Clemmons and Lewisville.

Cancer Services

To provide funding for their Patient Advocacy Program and increase the capacity of individuals served in Lewisville/Clemmons through supporting a patient advocate. Patient advocates leverage services and help provide support programs for cancer treatment, survivors, and their families.

Humane Society of Davie County

For medical preparations of adoptable animals including spay/neuter, heart worm prevention and/or treatment, microchip and all shots up-to-date.  

Arts for Life

Provide bedside studios and clinic waiting room art tables for children/teens at Brenners Children's Hospital. The grant will help support the established program. The program helps to care for the child’s emotional and psychosocial needs while they are in the hospital through art.

Clemmons Food Pantry

For training room furniture and equipment for new building to enable other local organizations to offer classes that will impact general life skills by coordinating educational programming and activities for clients.

Grantee Reports

The Clemmons Community Foundation grantees are required to submit progress reports on the status of grants and their transformational efforts within the community. For multiyear grants, some periodic reporting is necessary before subsequent year grant is awarded. All required reporting is outlined in the grant agreements.

Grantee Reporting

If you have received a grant from the Clemmons Community Foundation, please refer to your award letter to see which of the following forms are required. We rely on our community partners’ candor in the practices that resulted in not only success, but also improvements that may be explored in the future. Reports should include your anticipated outcomes as well as the short-term and long-term results.  For a copy of the grant evaluation form please contact C. Mark Batten, Program Officer, at mark@clemmonsfoundation.org.