As an active part of the Lewisville Clemmons Community, the following articles highlight the Clemmons Community Foundation in the news. If you would like any additional information regarding our work in the community, our logo, or our logo print guidelines, please contact Sandi Scannelli.
Life is different for kids today. Our schools repeatedly cite anxiety as a top issue for kids and teens. Access to 24/7 social media is often named as a contributor to youth anxiety, but there are many other factors, including news events.Learn More
The Clemmons Community Foundation completed its 2019 Community Grant Awards. Grants were awarded to both existing programs and services that have proved impactful in the Clemmons-Lewisville area as well as to exciting new opportunities.Learn More
The first group of Shore Scholars kicked off its year with a retreat at Total Escape. Good fun, great work, and super team building!Learn More
The Clemmons Community Foundation celebrated six outstanding students at West Forsyth High School's Award's Day on May 22, 2019.Learn More
One of the most gratifying aspects of being a teacher is knowing that you have had a lasting impact on students long after they have left your classroom. Danny and Becky Green, two career music teachers, have had such an impact on hundreds of their students during their careers that have spanned decades.Learn More
Clemmons Community Foundation announces more than $35,000 in community grantsLearn More
A collection of news articles and features that show the work of our community’s non-profits that are collaborating with the Clemmons Community Foundation and making a difference.