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 the foundation's President and CEO, Sandi Scannelli.
Together with the Forsyth Tech Small Business Center and the Lewisville-Clemmons Chamber of Commerce, we've put together a team of business professionals from a variety of fields, as well as Small Business mentors, to offer assistance navigating COVID-19 resources.Learn More
$82,709 in grants have been awarded to twelve nonprofit organizations through the foundation's recent community grant awards cycle.Learn More
We value our nonprofit community and the work they do every day. We also understand that the impact of the pandemic is hitting hard. We have established two COVID-19 local response funds to help the communities we serve – a fund serving Clemmons and Lewisville and a fund serving Yadkin County.Learn More
One word…just one word compels a response that cuts through all differences in background, socio-economic status, occupation race, religion, or any other potential divide. That word is cancer.Learn 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.