Philanthropy, Voluntarism & Grant Making Foundations
Our Foundation provides programs and services to support the Navy Supply Corps Community and promote as well as preserve its heritage and tradition. Our vision is to globally unify the Navy Supply Corps Community. One of our most important and largest programs is our Scholarship Program.
Finding your way home in the midst of a pandemic is no small accomplishment. After months of cycling through motels and shelters, Boris and his family were one day away from ending their homelessness. Just one final home inspection stood in their way.
Benjamin from Wading River is a very special, sweet and kind-hearted 11 year-old boy who loves to swim, go to the beach, play basketball and enjoys being on his X-Box! Benjamin is battling Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia and is undergoing treatment. Even on his toughest days, he never complains, he smiles through it all and only thinks of others, not himself.
Who would have thought that the girl who cried for her mom at overnight camp daily, would be the same person who is now the Communications Director for that very same camp? Not me, that is for sure.
Our Vision for the Virgin Islands
The Community Foundation of the Virgin Islands (CFVI) is committed to being a trusted link between philanthropic dollars, impact-driven nonprofits, and our Virgin Islands community. CFVI aims to be a catalyst for positive change through inspiring philanthropy, strengthening nonprofits and engaging the community.
The Innovations Scholarship Fund Association (ISFA) was founded on the heartfelt belief that we could help young people reach their full potential. With the cost of college skyrocketing, in some cases as high as $75,000 a year, ISFA fulfills this belief by providing scholarships to graduating seniors, alumni, and children of alumni of H.D. Woodson High School in Washington, DC.