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Norfolk Rotary Charities has granted 25 non-profit organizations a total of $26,661 in Norfolk Rotary Charities grants in 2016. Grants are provided by the generosity of Rotary Club members who support the club endowment and also contribute weekly to the club’s “congratulations and fines.”
 
Recipients were:
 
Boys and Girls Club of Southeast Virginia–to provide supplies for Project Learn
Cerebral Palsy of Virginia – to purchase musical instruments for both children and adult programs
The Chas Foundation – For mental health waiting room improvements
Children’s Health Investment Program – to purchase cribs for Sudden Infant Death Syndrome(SIDS) education for low-income
Foodbank of Southeastern Virginia – to purchase food to stock Foodbank shelves and mobile pantries
ForKids Inc. – to purchase software to put on the computers the kids use.
The FREE Foundation – funds to help refurbish mobility equipment  
The Hurrah Players – to purchase portable LED projector and screen for classrooms for after-school tutoring
Hope House – to purchase computers for residents to use.  
HR Community Development – to purchase A/V equipment for after school programs
LEAD Hampton Roads – to purchase materials for  training assessments for teens in the EXcel leadership program
Norfolk Christian School – to fund social and psychological programs for children of the military
Norfolk SPCA – to purchase a pulse oximeter and charger to use in animal surgeries
Nursing CAP, Inc.  to purchase supplies, including stethoscopes, for a program to promote nursing to HS students
Park Place Dental Clinic– purchase new dental supplies and equipment to treat the low income
REACH Foundation (Reading Is Fundamental) - for equipment and books to help children in area homeless shelters with reading
The Salvation Army Tidewater Command – to purchase shoes for the homeless
Slover Library -- to help build the library
St. Mary’s Home – to help purchase a adaptive mobility chair for children and young adults with severe disabilities
Todd Rosenlieb Dance – to purchase ballet clothing for children of incarcerated parents participating in a program
Tidewater Wood Boat Workshop – to purchase materials for middle- and high school students to build wooden row boats.
Virginia Arts Festival – to purchase craft supplies for the children attending the special needs night performances during the festival
Virginia Aquarium – to purchase materials for Access Aquarium program for lower income and disabled children
Virginia Stage Company – to purchase new equipment for the Black Light Theater productions
YMCA Camp Silver Beach – to purchase materials to create an oyster farm at the Eastern Shore camp