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Mar
25

Cleveland Community College breaks ground on Advanced Manufacturing Center

On Tuesday, March 16, 2021, Golden LEAF President, Chief Executive Officer Scott T. Hamilton joined N.C. legislators, state and local officials, and Cleveland Community College trustees and staff for the official groundbreaking of the new 30,000-square-foot advanced manufacturing center. The new center will provide training programs in mechanical drafting, electronics engineering technology, automation engineering technology, industrial systems technology, and computer integrated machining.

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Mar
25

Golden LEAF prioritizes workforce preparedness projects to support economic growth Golden LEAF prioritizes workforce preparedness projects to support economic growth

The Golden LEAF Foundation Board recently adopted a long-term strategic plan to serve as a roadmap for the next few years. During the process, Golden LEAF fine-tuned its priority areas and created goals for each of these areas.

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Mar
18

Z. Smith Reynolds Foundation Honors Civil Rights Icon Andrea Harris

Winston-Salem, NC, February 26, 2021 – Z. Smith Reynolds Foundation has awarded a $50,000 honorarium to commemorate the unrivaled civil rights accomplishments of the late Andrea Harris. The funds will go to The North Carolina Legislative Black Caucus Foundation and be distributed to Black women attending one of the ten public or private HBCUs within the state.

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Mar
18

What Matters: The Podcast with Jenni Owen and Ben Money

Jenni Owen from the North Carolina Office of Strategic Partnerships and Ben Money from the Department of Health and Human Services join the podcast to discuss A year of crisis: What we’ve learned through nonprofit and philanthropic partnerships.

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Mar
18

Z. Smith Reynolds Foundation celebrates trustee Jane Smith Patterson with $250K honorarium

Winston-Salem, NC, March 16, 2021 – In honor of former and now Life Trustee Jane Smith Patterson’s years of dedicated service to the Z. Smith Reynolds Foundation, Trustees have awarded $250,000 to three North Carolina organizations. Patterson has served the foundation for more than 37 years, lending significant support to public policy, environmental, and educational platforms.

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Mar
18

The Cannon Foundation Announces Grant Awards

Concord, N.C. — On March 9, 2021, the Board of Directors for The Cannon Foundation — a private foundation — approved a total of $2,623,280 in grants across the state to non-profit organizations advancing efforts in higher education, healthcare, human services, and other areas.
 
 

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Mar
04

Funding Available - Nonprofit Capacity Building: Strategic Relationships, March 2021

The John Rex Endowment announces a new funding opportunity that builds on the strength and sustainability of nonprofit organizations with a focus on collaborations that want to enrich their strategic relationships. This opportunity is to help grassroots collaboratives assess their work and to strengthen partnerships and impact.
 

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Feb
24

Now Is The Time a Video Update from Dr. Laura Gerald of the Kate B. Reynolds Charitable Trust

What if everyone in North Carolina had all they needed to be healthy? What if every child in Forsyth County had the opportunity to achieve their hopes and dreams? 

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Feb
08

Foundation Awards Grants Supporting an Inclusive Economy and Equity in Education

The Winston-Salem Foundation (WSF) made six grants totaling $246,420 from September 2020 through January 2021 in support of its two Focus Areas for community investment—Building an Inclusive Economy and Advancing Equity in Education.

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Feb
08

Foundation Announces over $1.2 Million in Community Grants

The Winston-Salem Foundation announces 24 Community Grants totaling $1,246,588 in the third and fourth quarters of 2020. These grants, which include future commitments, support local nonprofits that are providing important programs and services that positively impact Forsyth County and its residents. Community Grants are made possible by community members who support the Foundation’s flexible grantmaking funds.

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