April 1, 2018 - March 31, 2019
4-H Clubs of Cullman County
Provided more than 2,000 kids with hands-on projects in areas like health, science, agriculture and citizenship from mentors who encouraged leadership and life-skills.
American Red Cross, Cullman Chapter
Families impacted by fire, flood and other man-made or natural disasters received emergency assistance. Installed 53 smoke alarms.
Commission on Aging
Served an average 142 homebound seniors a nutritious meal every day - exceeding 37,000 meals this past year.
Cullman Caring for Kids
Distributed food and groceries to more than 7,400 families and children who were at risk of hunger.
Cullman County Center for the Developmentally Disabled
50 disabled adults participated in programs that gave them the opportunity to reach their potential and become a functioning part of the community.
24 homeless women and children received a safe place to sleep and food to eat.
Filled the gap in services for 41individuals who needed medicine, medical equipment and materials to make homes handicap accessible and afforded five children/adults with disabilities the chance to attend Camp ASCCA.
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Foster Grandparents & Senior Companion Program
Provided more than 6,000 hours of volunteer service tutoring/mentoring to 50 at-risk students and 576 home visits to homebound elderly and disabled adults.
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124 girls from low-income families were able to participate in programs that build courage, confidence and character.
Good Samaritan Health Clinic
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3,223 uninsured, low-income residents received medical assistance that would not have access to health care including dental extractions, hearing evaluations, vision care and prescriptions.
Hope Horses, Inc.
33 individuals with special physical, social cognitive and emotional needs benefited from therapeutic horsemanship programs specifically designed to meet their needs.
Hospice of Cullman County
216 terminally ill patients received the medical care and support they need during the end of life in their homes.
Pilot Light House
Provided safe out of home care for 24 dependent children birth to 18 years of age who are in the jurisdiction of the Juvenile Court.
Saving Forgotten Warriors
Provided medical transportation to and from the VA in Birmingham and Huntsville to over 250 local veterans during the course of 2017 - 2018 fiscal year.
Assisted 497 victims of domestic violence and sexual assault with protective shelter, support and other resources. Trained staff responded to 287 calls to Victim Services' 24 hour crisis hotline.
Youth Advocate Program
175 at-risk youth were provided guidance and support to keep them safe, teaching them skills to make better choices and prevent incarceration or foster care.