We are excited to announce the 2020 Golden Grants award recipients. We received many, many applications from very deserving and worthy organizations.
The 2020 Golden Grants award recipients are as follows:
$5,000 – Delta Sigma Theta Sorority – Jacksonville Alumnae Chapter –
(Jacksonville – Duval County)
The EMBODI Program is designed to increase the number of African American males
who attend college or vocational school beyond K-12 education, develop life skills for
independent living and gain a commitment to community service and charity.
$5,000 – PACE Center for Girls (Gainesville – Alachua County)
“Reading is Fundamental” is a dedicated reading class taught by a certified reading
specialist who directs an intense reading program with components designed to meet
the needs of a broad range of reading skill levels.
$2,500 – Florida State University School Track Team (Tallahassee – Leon County)
The grant will provide the opportunity to replace and purchase equipment that will benefit
the athletes and coaches for the 6th – 12th grade track and field program.
$2,500 – Folkston Elementary STEM Bins (Folkston, GA – Charlton County)
Hands-on STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math) Bins will encourage students
to solve problems, explore, engineer, and more.