Some Recent Grants & Allocations
$350,000 funded and awarded. | Teaching the significance of religion in American & Florida history.
FCA Chapters receive grants to deliver the program services of teaching the historical significance of religion in American and Florida history into Florida’s public schools.
FCA was formed in 1954 to empower student- athletes to make a difference on their campuses and in their communities. Reaching an estimated 2 million people annually, the impact of FCA spans the globe. As a 501(c)(3) organization, FCA staff and volunteers strive to impact student athletes through their passion for sports.
$150,000 funded and awarded. | Children’s education
The Idlewild Foundation administers grants for undergraduate education (through to graduation for four years) for children of current members of all Armed Forces branches, Reserves, the National Guard, and law enforcement employees.
$50,000 funded and awarded. | Children’s education.
Patriot Academy is a three day “boot camp” in leadership and government held every summer. Students delve into the political process from the inside out as they file legislation, debate bills, campaign for office and pass laws. In between legislative activities, they receive training in media skills, public speaking, leadership, current issues and
$60,000 funded and awarded. | Children’s education.
C.O.P.S. conducts various programs with granted assistance. One for example is Kids/Teen Program at National Police Week. In this program, children and siblings who have lost a parent or sibling to a line-of-duty death can participate in special educational activities and individual instruction on subjects useful to the individual. Another is
$75,000 funded and awarded. | Teaching the significance of religion in American & Florida history.
From 1549 to 1761 many priests and natives were killed in evangelizing in our nation's colonial land then known as La Florida. Heroes of La Florida is an education program for youth introducing them to the little known Christian heroes who walked the lands of our colonial nation, then called La Florida.
$75,000 funded and awarded. | College Scholarships.
The Florida National Guard Foundation provides economic support to the 12,000 men and women currently serving in the Florida National Guard. Through this grant FLNG awards scholarships to soldiers’ children. FLNG follows procedures to ensure they provide as many scholarships as possible, screenings, and follow up. There are thousands of programs, benefits, and charity for veterans, and precious few for the men and women presently defending us. This grant and program therefore has a huge positive impact on the quality of service members’ quality of life, and family health and stability
$75,000 funded and awarded | Children’s self-sufficiency education.
Many of the young people coming to Camp Anderson suffer from neglect, abandonment and abuse. These young people represent our society’s greatest need and present us with our greatest opportunity to make a difference. IGWT grants enable children to come this camp. It is an investment that reaps eternal dividends. What really sets Camp