Supported Programs

Special Response to COVID-19

COVID-19 is causing tremendous hardship for many individuals and the non-profit organizations that serve them. The Schley Foundation has provided funds for several organizations that are providing essential help to those in need:

  • North Raleigh Ministries
  • A Place at the Table
  • Faith Ministry
  • Helping Hand Mission

Opportunity through Education

Kongoni Network Schools, Kenya

The Schley Foundation is supporting the Kongoni School Network in western Kenya with laptops, technology and books. Working with Akhonya Community Based Organization, we have provided over 100 laptops to six schools in western Kenya. The foundation has also helped with funds for construction of the Kongoni Community Library. 

Millbrook High School Scholarships

The Schley Family Scholarship program awards scholarships each year for two graduating seniors at Millbrook High School in Raleigh, NC. The scholarships cover two years of tuition at Wake Technical Community College.

Empowering People, Changing Lives

North Raleigh Ministries

The Schley Foundation provides ongoing support to North Raleigh Ministries in Raleigh, NC. The program provides food, financial help and other crucial assistance to families in need. For more information about North Raleigh Ministries, visit www.northraleighministries.org.

Faith Ministry

Faith Ministry makes a difference along the Mexico-Texas border. The organization serves families in Reynosa and Miguel Aleman, Mexico by building houses, helping children stay in school and helping to meet spiritual and medical needs. For more information about Faith Ministry visit www.faithministry.org.

Fairness and Justice

North Carolina Justice Center

The Schley Foundation provides ongoing support to the North Carolina Justice Center. The center advocates public policy changes to create a society that is more fair and just. The Schley Foundation believes that the center’s work with immigrants and education is particularly important. For more information about the NC Justice Center, visit www.ncjustice.org