Andrew Chapel United Methodist Church: Support their Food for Kids program to provide food on weekends for impoverished children at Cunningham Park Elementary School.
Exponent Philanthropy: Support of their work with small foundations.
Friends Of Cedar Mesa: To survey the public lands surrounding Bears Ears and Canyons of the Ancients national monuments for cultural sites so that enhanced protection can be sought for places with significant cultural resources.
Flora of Virginia Project: Matching funds for a research and publishing project to reclassify and update the catalogue of flora in Virginia.
Gleaning for the World: For general operations support for this humanitarian organization which addresses critical needs of people suffering during natural disasters and extreme poverty.
JourneyPartners: Support of relief work in Zimbabwe.
Millsaps College: To support critical archaeological research on the Maya civilization in the Yucatan.
New River Land Trust: To advance its strategic conservation efforts in Virginia’s New River region through an upgrade to an existing geographical information system (GIS). This GIS is used to understand and prioritize land conservation efforts.
Rise Against Hunger: To support international hunger relief through food distribution and life-changing aid to the most vulnerable people.
Society of St. Andrew: To support coordination of donating 25–30 million pounds of food each year donated by farmers and gathered by volunteers for packaging and shipping to needy areas around the country.
Virginia Conference of the United Methodist Church: Support of a mission project in Haiti to develop a music school for church musicians.
The Washington Chorus: To support the second phase of a pilot program to create choral-music based arts experiences for aging individuals in DC residential or community-based care settings, using Arts for the Aging’s practices and tools.
West Virginia Rivers Coalition: Matching funding for the West Virginians for Public Lands initiative to share the stories of the critical role public lands have in our national character and the promise they hold for connecting people, especially youth, with nature and civic life.
WildEarth Guardians: To support efforts to establish a new national monument in New Mexico and Arizona surrounding the federally authorized Gila Wilderness.
Wildlife Center of Virginia: To provide technical and financial support for procuring a backup generator to ensure continuing electrical service during power outages.
United Methodist Church Jubilee Project: To provide support for new drinking wells in an impoverished county in Tennessee.
Union Theological Seminary: Support students studying to become ministers in the United Methodist Church.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]