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$25,000 in Cox Charities Grants Awarded to Three Non-Profits in Roanoke: Apple Ridge Farm, CHIP, and Smart Beginnings

ROANOKE, Va. Jan. 31, 2011 $25,000

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  • Ridge Farm
  • Chip Health Investment Partnership (CHIP)
  • Smart Beginnings of Roanoke Valley

January 27 Roanoke Kim Stanley Roanoke

Following are descriptions of the 2010 Cox Charities grant winners, and the amounts of the grants requested by each organization:

  • Ridge Farm $10,000

  • $5,000

  • $10,000 Greater Roanoke

Philanthropy through Cox Charities:

Cox Charities awards grants annually. Cox Charities is open to qualifying organizations that provide education programs which further the academic achievement and development of young people through science and technology, mentoring, literacy and other areas promoting youth education.

An Advisory Committee of distinguished representatives selected the winning organizations. Criteria used in selecting the winning submissions, included (but was not limited to): how well the applicant demonstrated a pressing need; how well the applicant demonstrated use of innovation or creative techniques in service delivery; and how well the applicant demonstrated the ability to replicate and sustain the program.  

Roanoke

  • Beth Doughty
  • Frank Rogan
  • Robert Sandel Virginia Western Community College
  • Kim Stanley

www.coxcharities.org

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