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Grants By Year

The Jim Moran Foundation Grants
Broward Housing Solutions
$36,000 Housing Solutions for Young Adults provides stable, affordable housing for youth transitioning into independent living.
Cathedral Arts Project
$18,025 Changing Young Lives Through the Arts - Theatre/Civics Program provides middle school students in Duval County with educational arts enrichment.
Cathedral Community Development Corporation
(954) 725-7611
$15,000 Tutoring Program provides academic support in reading and math for elementary students in Deerfield Beach.
Center for Child Counseling
$52,200 Childhood Trauma Response Program provides responsive counseling to infants, young children and their families entering the child welfare system.
$82,000 Coding in Academics (CIA) Program provides students at Deerfield Beach and Margate middle schools with educational enrichment to help prepare them for successful futures.
Family Promise of South Palm Beach County, Inc.
$30,000 Road to Independence Program provides homeless families with shelter, resources and services to secure stable housing and long-term self-sufficiency.
Faulk Center for Counseling
$20,000 SAGES: Senior Adult Group Experiences enriches the lives of seniors in Palm Beach County through counseling, engagement and socialization opportunities.
Gateway Community Outreach
$50,000 Jumpstart Program provides food and emergency services to hungry and hurting families in Broward County.
Hart Felt Ministries
$35,000 The Hart Fund provides frail seniors with compassionate care and resources to remain independent.
Henderson Behavioral Health
$39,800 Wilson Gardens Apartments provide transitional housing for young men aging out of foster care in Broward County.
$65,200 LifeSkills and Education Services Program provides young adults in Palm Beach County who are aging out of foster care with the tools and resources necessary to become independent and self-sufficient.
Hope South Florida
$75,000 HOPE4Families Program provides financial assistance and case management to intervene and prevent family homelessness.
Junior Achievement of South Florida
$50,000 JA Fellows Program provides high school students with the opportunity to learn about entrepreneurship and start their own businesses.
Legal Aid Service of Broward County
$121,150 Legal Empowerment and Assistance Project for Women (LEAP) provides low-income women with free civil legal services, case management and empowerment to achieve higher education and employment stability for economic independence.
Light House Cafe Ministries of the Glades
$5,000 Provides food and support services for individuals and families in Belle Glade, as well as life skills and basic provisions for new moms through Ella’s Closet.
MaliVai Washington Kids Foundation
$20,000 TnT (Tennis-n-Tutoring) provides children and youth in Duval County with after-school academic assistance, mentoring, fitness activities, life skills and character development lessons.
Museum of Discovery and Science
$70,000 EMPRYE TIL Internship Program equips at-risk youth in Broward County with employment and career development opportunities.
SOS Children’s Villages – Florida
$96,000 Next Steps Program provides the tools, resources and case management necessary to help youth successfully transition into independence.
Taskforce Fore Ending Homelessness, Inc.
(954) 525-3494
$80,000 Elder Haven & Hope Program reaches out to homeless seniors in Broward County with emergency support and temporary shelter until more permanent housing can be accessed.
The Everglades Foundation, Inc.
$70,000 Everglades Literacy Program equips teachers in Broward County with training and resources to educate their students on the importance of the Everglades.
The Lord's Place
$150,000 Family Campus Program provides homeless families in Palm Beach County with interim housing and resources to transition into stable housing.
Women's Center of Jacksonville
$20,000 Provides support to help improve the lives of women through advocacy and education.
YMCA of South Florida
$110,000 Community Senior Health Program provides low-income seniors with fitness activities, health management and wellness instruction to enhance their emotional and physical well-being.
Total 2017 Grants to Date $1,310,375