Your Vote. Your Community.

Make your dollars really count — and watch the votes add up! Contribute any amount to the Carroll Counts campaign and see your donation support one of seven local projects. A portion of your donation also benefits The Community Foundation of Carroll County, which powers over 200 non profit organizations in our community.


Carroll County Food Sunday Outreach to the Hungry

Carroll County Food Sunday's Outreach to the Hungry; is a program developed to extend food supplies to the needy citizens of Carroll County. This distribution network is designed to reach our neighbors ... read more


Scoring for Students at Winters Mill High School!

Winters Mill High School is hoping to generate enough funding to purchase and install a pair of athletic scoreboards for our students, one that is a combination Baseball and Field Hockey device and ... read more


MLK Day On

St. Joseph's Catholic Community's MLK Day On is an opportunity to honor the legacy of Dr. King by serving those in need by joining others for a day of service rather than a day of leisure. This federal ... read more


Robotics for All – Building Tomorrow’s Leaders

The project would provide the materials, basic instruction and a chance to explore robotics to students in grades K-12 in the entire region. Funding for this program would be used to purchase robotics ... read more


Library of Possibilities

The Library of Possibilities is a resource room where a tutor can find information, and tools to help guide their student along the path of learning to a place of better understanding and self-sufficiency. The ... read more


Play Without Limits

Hailey's Wish will use all Carroll Counts campaign funds to install accessible playground equipment, that is fun and user friendly, in a local community playground where all children can play without ... read more


Access Carroll – Providing Chronic Disease Care

Providing integrated health care services for uninsured, low-income residents of Carroll County, Access Carroll requests funding to assist in the coordination of chronic disease care. There are ... read more

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