Please join us on Thursday, April 29 at 11:30am for Woven Together: Covid Vaccine Facts vs. Fiction with Dr. Scott Harris, State Health Officer, Alabama Department of Public Health and Dr. David Hicks, Jefferson County Department of Public Health
Igniting passion for transformational change
Change happens when bold leadership meets opportunity. Our Community Foundation is dedicated to addressing our communities’ most challenging issues and providing hope for the future. By bringing together the dedication of community members and the generosity of philanthropic partners, we work to be a center for progress and a catalyst for change.
The Society of St. Andrew
$20,000 COVID response grant to address supply chain gaps and provide 80,000 pounds of supplier-donated food to area food banks and pantries.
YWCA Central Alabama
$20,000: To support operations of Child Development Center and continue implementation of COVID Response guidelines in the facility.
The Modern House Inc.
$25,000 to provide equipment needed to operate the coffee house workforce development program.
News & Updates
On Thursday, March 25th, two tornadoes touched down in the Birmingham area. These tornadoes that were part of a system of severe weather in the state that killed at least five people in Calhoun County caused significant structural damage to many homes and businesses in the communities of Lee Branch, Eagle Point, Greystone and Dunnavant in Shelby County and Clay, Pinson and Trussville in Jefferson County.
The Community Foundation is pleased to announce that the 2021 Remy Fund for Pets and Animals Grant application period opens March 15, 2021. Applications are due by midnight, April 30, 2021
The tornado that ripped through Fultondale and Center Point late Monday night had a serious impact on those communities. Here are some ways that you can help with immediate and long-term relief and recovery efforts. We will continue to monitor the situation and will update this list as needed.