News

 

Our next grant deadline is October 15.  Obtain an application

and see the guidelines on our Grants page

 

Check out this link for a great story that appeared in The Shelburne News and The Charlotte Citizen just before Christmas.

 

https://www.dropbox.com/s/o90fctchdbcbwdn/SchipsShelburneNews_3.pdf?dl=0

 

 

 

 

Pictured above, Shop Manager Caroline Vanderbilt, Board members Anne Brown, and Patricia Coyle, accept the check from Louis Maguire, Shelburne''s People's United Branch Manager. 

SCHIP was recently awarded $500 from the People's United Bank

 

Each year as part of the People’s United Volunteer Recognition Program, the bank honors bank employees who exemplify what it means to give back and volunteer their time within their communities.  This year, one of those recognized by the bank was Louis Maguire, Shelburne Branch Manager.  He in turned selected SCHIP to be the recipient of the donation from Peoples in honor of its ongoing community efforts. Schip appreciates this generous gift that will go toward our upcoming grant season. 

 

 

 

 

We recently had a great morning meeting, greeting and giving out money to eleven of our  fourteen recipients. 

 

SPRING GRANT RECIPIENTS ANNOUNCED

 

  Recent monies of over $20,000 were awarded to 14 nonprofits who met the criteria of serving the people of our communities in a variety of ways.  The recipients for this cycle included The YWCA Camp Hochelaga, Stern Center, Shelburne Nursery School, Shelburne Parks and Recreation, Shelburne Craft School, CVU High School Support Fund, Vermont Humanities Council, Hinesburg Community School, Joseph House, ReSource, Peace and Justice Center (Clemmons Family Farm), JUMP, NAMI, and Composting Association of Vermont.   

 

Since the first grants given in April 2005, more than $700,000 has been distributed.

 

 

Pictured below with Board Member Margaret Lowell are:

Claire Gear, Executive Director of the Shelburne Craft School.  

Lori Burke, Development, The Stern Center

Lori Daudelin, Director of Joseph's House

Alison Palmer, Director of Literacy Programs for Vermont Humanities Council

Jessica Gandini, Grants Administrator for ReSource

Amy Perry, Development Director for the National Alliance on Mental Illness VT

Wanda Hines, Director of JUMP (Joint Urban Ministry Project)

Chol Dhoor, Clemmons Family Farm

Teacher Kim Stevens and children from Shelburne Nursery School

Natasha Duarte, Director of Composting Association of Vermont

Vanessa Harmon, CVUHS Home School Support Fund

 

 

 

 

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