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Seven Local Organizations Awarded $65,000 in Cox Charities Grants

CHESAPEAKE, Va. Jan. 31, 2011 $65,000

  • An Achievable Dream
  • Virginia Peninsula
  • Chip Health Investment Partnership (CHIP)
  • Foodbank of SEVA
  • Hunton YMCA
  • Marilyn & Simon Family Jewish Community Center
  • Peninsula Council for Workforce Development

January 28, 2011 Chesapeake Gary McCollum

Following are descriptions of the organizations and the amounts of the grants received:

Hampton Roads-Peninsula

  • $10,000
  • $10,000
  • $10,000

Hampton Roads Southside

Philanthropy through Cox Charities:

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

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 sustainability of the program as well as the ability for their program to be replicated.

Hampton Roads

  • Beatriz Amberman
  • Golden H. Bethune-Hill
  • The Honorable John A. Cosgrove, Delegate, Virginia General Assembly
  • Robert W. Mathieson Hampton Roads
  • The Honorable Yvonne B. Miller, Senator, Virginia General Assembly
  • The Honorable G. Glenn Oder, Delegate, Virginia General Assembly
  • Jagdish A. Singh
  • The Honorable Ronald A. Villanueva, Delegate, Virginia General Assembly
  • City of Chesapeake
  • Edith G. White Urban League Hampton Roads
  • Gary McCollum
  • Leigh Woisard
  • Scott Sale Felicia Blow

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