The Brunswick Sheriff’s Charitable Foundation, Inc. selected Brunswick County Literacy Council and Samara’s Village to be the two recipients of proceeds from their 11th annual charity ball to be held on Friday March 3, 2023. The proceeds will help these two non-profit organizations with assisting residents in Brunswick County. More details are here!
The Brunswick Sheriff’s Charitable Foundation was the vision of former Sheriff John W. Ingram, V and was established in 2012. The Foundation is dedicated to actively serve the people of Brunswick County by building permanent charitable capital to support programs and provide services that enhance the quality of life for all its citizens.
The BSCF has awarded more than $191,000 to Brunswick County charities since formation in 2012. Previous recipients of funds include SECU Hospice House, Matthew’s Ministry, Hope Harbor Home, Brunswick Senior Resources, WAVES4K.I.D.S., First Tee of Brunswick County, Power Walking Ministries, Habitat for Humanity, Samara’s Village, American Legion Post #543, Computers 4 Kids, Brunswick Novant Medical Foundation, Southport Oak Island Animal Rescue, and Brunswick Christian Recovery Center’s Rose House.
Each year in the fall, the Foundation accepts applications from charitable and non-profit organizations located in Brunswick County, NC. The recipient(s) will receive a donation from the proceeds of the Annual Sheriff’s Charity Ball. Donations will vary from year to year based on the success of the event.
One or more scholarships are awarded each year to eligible children or step-children of Sheriff’s Office employees past and present. More information about these scholarships and how to apply is available on the Scholarship page.
The Foundation expresses its gratitude to all the supporters, volunteers, sponsors and businesses that have made contributed to our success over the past few years.