From One To Some (FOTS) is networking to build a strong village of support to help nurture families, uplift communities, children and our future! FOTS achieves its mission by creating outreach activities that address the following critical growth areas: Food Insecurity, transportation instability, childcare gaps, experiential access/inclusion and life and learning skill deprivation.
FOTS is a founding fiscal sponsor of the Save Cedar Grove project. As a recognized 501(c)3 organization in North Carolina, FOTS provides validity to our fast-moving efforts, while allowing contributors to realize the inherent benefits of supporting a non-profit.
Enhancing community wellness through recreation, open space, and natural resources. The Mecklenburg County Park and Recreation Department is home to 230 parks and facilities located on more than 21,000 acres of parkland throughout Mecklenburg County. The agency has been a great resource for planning the saving of the Cedar Grove site.
Park and Recreation Mission Statement:
“Enhancing community wellness through recreation, open space, and natural resources.”
More info at: www.mecknc.gov/parkandrec
The History Department at UNC Charlotte is home to an active Graduate History Association (GHA), which is open to any graduate student with an interest in history. The GHA conducts student development projects such as the annual graduate history forum (now in its 34th year) as well as community outreach projects. The GHA at Charlotte is proud to participate in the effort to revitalize and save Cedar Grove Cemetery in Charlotte.
More information on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/CLTGHA,
on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/cltgha/, or on https://twitter.com/cltgha
Bartlett Tree Experts was founded by Francis A. Bartlett in 1907 and is the world’s leading scientific tree and shrub care company. From its over 100 offices worldwide, Bartlett helps both residential and commercial customers maintain beautiful, healthy trees. Bartlett is dedicated to developing environmentally sound products and promoting their use on our clients’ properties. With the Bartlett Legacy Tree Program, Bartlett provides tree seedlings to help with reforestation efforts and teaches people how to care for trees.
Bartlett Tree Experts is proud to be involved with the work being done at Cedar Grove Cemetery.
Celebrating 20 years in Charlotte, Arborscapes is the trusted name in professional landscape design and tree services in the Charlotte metro and surrounding area. ISA-certified arborists, licensed horticulturists, and landscape architects let their customers bring outdoor living dreams to life with confidence.
Arborscapes is committed to your satisfaction and brings 20 years of knowledge and expertise to enhance the safety, functionality, and enjoyment of your outdoor space to every project – big or small.
Arborscapes Tree & Landscape Specialists are a proud sponsor and contributor to the Save Cedar Grove project.
Johnson C. Smith University is a private historically black university in Charlotte, North Carolina. It is affiliated with the Presbyterian Church and accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools. A private liberal arts university with proud HBCU traditions and a future aimed at diversity. The college enrolls approximately 1,600 highly talented and motivated students from various backgrounds.
The Cedar Grove Cemetery is almost literally on the doorstep of Johnson C. Smith University, and numerous alumni are buried in the cemetery, some even graduating from the school when it was called Biddle University from 1876 to 1923. More info at: www.jcsu.edu/
The City of Charlotte operates under a council-manager form of government. The Mayor and Council are responsible for making policy decisions for the community. The City Manager is responsible for carrying out those decisions, providing vision and leadership to the organization and for overseeing daily operations of city government.
We would like to thank the City Managers office and the multiple service divisions of the city who have contributed to the cleanup efforts at the Cedar Grove Cemetery site. The city has provided multiple dumpsters for our community cleanup events. https://charlottenc.gov/CityManager