The CAYPP Class of 2018 awarded $15,000 to support mental health and substance use programs that treat individuals in a holistic and trauma-informed manner.
$10,000 – The Lincoln Center for Family & Youth for counseling for Coatesville youth.
The mission of the Lincoln Center for Family & Youth is to transform lives and communities through education, coaching and counseling.
$5,000 – The Point for youth development programs.
The mission of the The Point is to Empower youth and their families to live victoriously by offering a safe, engaging, and spirit-filled environment.
The CAYPP Class of 2017 awarded $15,000 to support local LGBTQ organizations.
$7,500 – Bradbury-Sullivan LGBT Community Center for That Ass Tho!: An LGBT Sexual Health Campaign to Increase Anal Cancer Screening Rates in the LGBT Community
$7,500 – Planned Parenthood Southeastern Pennsylvania for SPOT (Space to be Proud, Open, & Together) for LGBTQ Youth in Chester County.
The CAYPP Class of 2016 awarded three Coatesville Area non-profit organizations each a $5,000 grant to continue their work creating a healthier and safer community.
$5,000 – American Red Cross’s Home Fire Preparedness Campaign to support the Home Fire Preparedness team whom will partner with the Coatesville Area Fire Departments and other volunteers to install 454 smoke detectors in Coatesville. This programming does not only reduce the number of home fire-related fatalities and injuries but it also educates the public about fire safety to prevent home fires from occurring.
$5,000 – Better Tomorrows, a social service organization located at the Regency Park Apartments to support the Youth Enrichment Program, which serves fifty youth from K through 12th grade. The Youth Enrichment Program provides programming for at-risk youth, which focuses on education, healthy lifestyles, character building, and community engagement.
$5,000 – Coatesville Kids To College to support the I-Rise Elementary Summer Program for up to 30 Coatesville Area School District elementary students in grades K-5th who are living below the economic poverty line.