J.T. – Minnie Maude Charitable Trust: CHARITABLE GRANTS AWARDED for 2020 (Danville, Virginia) December 23, 2020 – The Board of Trustees of the J.T. – Minnie Maude Charitable Trust (a trust, announced in October 2007 and formed through the generosity of James T. Emerson) is pleased to announce that $1,316,174 in charitable grants were awarded during 2020 to the following tax exempt organizations: Averett University, Bachelors Hall Volunteer Fire Department, Big Brothers Big Sisters of Danville Area, Blairs Fire and Rescue, Boys & Girls Clubs of the Danville Area, Cascade Community Volunteer Fire Department, City of Danville – Danville Fire Department, City of Danville – Parks and Recreation, Danville Church Based Tutorial Program, Danville Life Saving and First Aid Crew, Danville Public Schools Education Foundation, Danville-Pittsylvania Cancer, God’s Pit Crew, God’s Storehouse, Gretna Rescue Squad, Community Improvement Council – Head Start, House of Hope, Keeling Volunteer Fire Department, Kids & Pros, Laurel Grove Volunteer Fire and Rescue, Mount Cross Volunteer Fire and Rescue Department, Mount Hermon Volunteer Fire and Rescue, Olde Dominion Agriculture Foundation, Revitalization for a Greater Gretna, Ringgold Volunteer Fire and Rescue, The Institute For Advanced Learning And Research Foundation, YMCA of Danville
Charitable grants were awarded for the benefit of Danville/Pittsylvania county residents. Since the Trust’s formation in October 2007, a total of $13,053,967 has been awarded in charitable grants.
The J.T. – Minnie Maude Charitable Trust of Danville, VA was founded to provide higher educational opportunities through financial assistance to deserving students and provide charitable grants to tax exempt organizations in the Danville/Pittsylvania County, VA area.