The GLF also maintains a number of "pass-through funds" to help new non-profit causes get started and to serve as a cost-effective fiscal agent for other smaller, local charities. Current pass-through funds include:
Canalfront Park Operational Maintenance Fund
Fort Miles Historical Assn. Fund
Friends of the Canalfront Park Fund
Gallo Gives Foundation
Irish Eyes Foundation
Key Foundation
Lewes Bocce Court Fund
Lewes Book Festival Fund
Lewes Education Coalition
Lewes in Bloom
• Art in Bloom
Lewes Post Office Fund
Lewes Preservation Fund
Lewes Wooden Boat Fund
Miller Foundation Fund
Mispillion Children's Chorus Fund
Rehoboth Foodie-Touch of Italy Foundation

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GLF announces 2016 grants

Support for athletic gear, funds to help neighbors in emergency situations, large print books, and expanding a pet therapy program were among the good causes supported by 11 recent grants from the Greater Lewes Foundation endowment.

Twelve proposals were received this fall for grants to “maintain and improve the quality of life in the Greater Lewes […]

October 24th, 2016|

Neighbors Helping Neighbors

The Cape Community Fund has been created to enable support for local people facing emergency situations, while allowing a full tax deduction for donors. Read more.

October 24th, 2016|

Lewes Canalfront Park

The GLF has raised nearly $400,000 in gifts and pledges to add to the endowment for the Lewes Canalfront Park, helping to ensure the Park’s long-term maintenance and repair.

June 29th, 2012|

Local scholarships awarded

An annual appeal is now underway to raise funds for the George HP Smith Scholarship Fund. Named for the former Mayor of Lewes, this fund supports deserving students who wish to become teachers. To-date, four students have been awarded Smith scholarships.

June 29th, 2012|

Greater Lewes Foundation announces 2015 board members and officers

Three new directors — Linda Berdine, Carrie Lingo and Rob Gibbs, Esq.— have been elected to the Board of Directors of the Greater Lewes Foundation. Update: Stephanie Boright is the newest GLF Board member.

June 29th, 2012|