2021 Mary Morton Parsons Foundation Grant Recipients

(Note - Past grants are not necessarily indicative of future grants)
In 2021, The Mary Morton Parsons Foundation awarded grants to these organizations and projects:




Better Housing Coalition
support more affordable housing opportunities
Chanco on the James, Inc.
construction of new and renovated facilities

Cristo Rey Richmond High School

Capital needs
Diversity Thrift
Purchase a new box truck
Ducks Unlimited
Southeast Wetlands Conserving Crosswamp and Eastern Shore Acquisition Project
Enrichmond Foundation
Capital Improvements in the Historic Fulton Community
Family Lifeline
COVID grant
Hanover Habitat for Humanity
Purchase of a box truck
Healthy Harvest Food Bank

Construction of New facility

Longwood University
Constructing new facilities at Hull Springs
Maggie Walker Community Land Trust
Development of affordable housing-Henrico County
Nature Conservancy

Protecting an Ecological Mine in Virginia's Coal Country

Piedmont Virginia Community College
Capital campaign for Advanced Technical Training Center
Project Restoration
Purchase cargo van for transportation needs
Randolph-Macon College
Payne Hall-Housing & Nursing Center
SAFE Harbor
Memorial Donation
SAFE Harbor
Support purchase of home for Human Trafficking Emergency Shelter
Saint Benedict Catholic School
HVAC system
University of Lynchburg
Renovations and upgrades to the Hobbs-Sigler Science Hall and varrious Athletics facilities
University of Virginia’s College at Wise
Equipment for Gilliam Arts- Steinway Pianos and other equipment needs
Valentine Richmond History Center
The Valentine Moment Campaign
Virginia Living Museum
Environmental Action Gallery
Virginia Supportive Housing

Create two new communities in VA- Cool Lane in Richmond and The Crossings in Charlottesville

Virginia Symphony Orchestra
Purchase large transportation truck and smaller passenger mini-van
COVID grant
William King Museum of Art
Cultural Campus development projects
The Campaign to Empower & Transform