Donate to an Existing Fund
You can easily contribute to an existing fund by using the menu below. Fund names are listed with a small introduction about the mission of the fund, so you can explore. Many Funds hold fundraising events throughout the year so come back often.
Support the local charities or nonprofit functions that are nearest and dearest to your heart by scrolling down and finding a fund that speaks to you.
The KIT (Kids in Transition) Fund benefits the support and well-being of homeless students and their families in the St. Tammany Parish School System.
STPCares Fund is a community flood response of St. Tammany Parish that stresses the importance of reciprocity, social networks, and interpersonal trust.
The Excelling Youth Fund will positively impact youth, families, and the community through mentoring relationships that emphasize life-purpose, personal accountability, and loving your neighbor as yourself.
In response to so many of our local youth in crisis, the Northshore Community Foundation created the TLC Fund to raise private dollars to seek solutions. We don't know what the answer is, but we know we have to find it.
The Northshore Weather Relief Fund was created in response to the weather related destruction in Tangipahoa, Washington, St. Helena and St. Tammany Parishes in 2016.
FIRST - For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology is an international youth organization that operates some of the largest and mostly highly-regarded robotics competitions in the country.
YEA! (Young Entrepreneurs Academy) Northshore is a yearlong program that guides middle and high school students through launching and running their own real businesses or social movements.
The Irma Cry Education Foundation Fund will honor the legacy of Irma Cry by raising funds to offer scholarships to individuals seeking vocational/industry-based certifications or associate degrees.
The Public Art for Covington Fund was created in 2014 to develop resources to place art in the City of Covington which reflects its rich history and culture.
The St. Tammany Cancer Fund (STCF) is committed to meeting the needs of cancer patients and survivors in the Northshore region.
Save Vanishing Species with AWE Fund was established in 2014 to support and promote awareness of the possible extinction of wild animals and to support organizations that care for orphan wild animals.
In 2012, the Gulf Relief Foundation Fund was established at to support the efforts to stablize and protect the delicate balance and deep value of the resources and lifestyles of the impacted region.
The Skipper Fund in Memory of Ivan Gabriel Zenon was created in 2013 through the generosity of the alumni of the Mandeville High School graduation class of 1993, to award scholarships to Mandeville High School students who want to purse higher education.
Kids in Need During Disasters Fund (KINDD) The mission of the KINDD fund is the educational wellbeing of K- 12 school aged children whose families are affected by natural, manmade, or environmental disasters.
Hoops For Kids Fund was originally created in 2011 to support the construction and maintenance of new public basketball courts in Covington, primarily Peter Atkins Park. Contributions to this fund will support the continued construction of the Basketball Courts as well as building related amenities.
The True Body Kids Charitable Fund will develop and deploy resources to address childhood obesity through physical and nutritional education.
St. Tammany Justice & Mental Health Support Initiative Fund will educate and advocate for initiatives which support access to quality justice and behavioral health programs.