"Harvest helped the citizens of Sandy Level plant a seed of hope and success for our youth through its grant. We are grateful for the support of Harvest. "
- Garrett Dillard, Founder - Concerned Citizens of Sandy Level
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Harvest Foundation Charitable Expenses

Organization Information:
Grants Awarded to Harvest Foundation Charitable Expenses:
Apr 25, 2013 $ 354,000 over 2 years K-12 education initiative, Phase 2, years 4-5 (technical assistance and evaluation)  current grant
Apr 22, 2010 $ 531,000 over 1 year for the K-12 Education Initiative, Phase II  current grant
Dec 13, 2007 $ 150,000 over 1 year as a direct charitable expense for the K-12 Education Initiative to support professional technical assistance, leadership development, project monitoring and evaluation of local schools' improvement efforts. In the time since the schools have been participating in this initiative, Martinsville City Schools has met statewide Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP) at all of its schools and all but one Henry County Public School met the AYP goals.  current grant
Dec 14, 2006 $ 177,000 over 1 year to manage and monitor the Harvest Foundation's K-12 education initiative and to launch the evaluation component and public relations component.  current grant
May 11, 2006 $ 100,000 over 1 year to the Sports Complex Committee for Leon Younger to continue planning for a sports center for the Martinsville region.  current grant
Apr 20, 2006 $ 200,000 over 1 year to the New College Institute to enable Fall 2006 classes to begin and to cover other related costs that may become necessary prior to the State budget being approved.  current grant
Jan 10, 2006 $ 200,000 over 1 year to provide an advance in April 2006 as a direct charitable expense.  current grant
Feb 24, 2004 $ 450,250 over 3 years as a direct charitable expense to manage and monitor the Harvest Foundation's K -12 education initiative and to launch additional elementary and secondary school programs.  current grant


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