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May
27

Z. Smith Reynolds Foundation Now Accepting Applications for State-Level Systemic Change Strategy Fall 2021 Grant Cycle

Grant opportunity for local, regional, and statewide organizations and coalitions or collaboratives working to achieve state-level systemic change

 

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May
27

Dogwood Health Trust Invests in Affordable Workforce Housing in Burke County with Grant to Northwestern Housing Enterprises

Grant funding will support transformation of Historic Valdese Weavers Mill into 60 affordable rentals.

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May
24

WCMS Launches Mobile Vaccine Clinics

Asheville, NC – Western Carolina Medical Society (WCMS) and Project Access® are pleased to announce a new mobile vaccine initiative to address health inequities in COVID 19 vaccine distribution. The WCMS Mobile Vaccine Clinic Collaborative will enable WCMS to bring COVID vaccine clinics to where people live to reach historically marginalized communities. WCMS is working with partners including Centro Unido Latino Américano (CULA), True Ridge, Compañeros Inmigrantes de las Montañas en Acción (CIMA), Asheville Buncombe Institute for Parity Achievement (ABIPA), Blue Ridge Community Health Services and Dale Fell Health Center to address some of the barriers keeping people from accessing the COVID vaccine. This work is supported by an $80,000 grant from Dogwood Health Trust. 

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May
21

$2 million in grants available from the NC Healing Communities Fund

The North Carolina Community Foundation is seeking proposals to the NC Healing Communities Fund from nonprofit organizations in the state that have been impacted severely by COVID‐19 through revenue loss and increased demand.

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May
18

Triangle Capacity Building Network Awards $312,000 in Capacity Building Grants to Local Nonprofits Led by and Serving People of Color

Triangle Capacity Building Network, comprised of a collaborative of local funders, has awarded $312,000 in capacity building grants as part of their continued commitment to the nonprofit ecosystem in the region. These grants, ranging between $10,000 -$15,000 and awarded to 24 local organizations, prioritize nonprofits led by and serving people of color. The grants will support staff and leadership’s ability to invest in an organizational capacity- building project that will allow their organization to better serve the community.

 

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May
17

Dogwood Health Trust Invests in Affordable Housing Initiatives in Haywood and Jackson Counties with Grant to Mountain Projects

Grant funding expected to serve more than 400 families through homeownership center and affordable homeownership opportunities.

PRESS RELEASE: May 17, 2021
Media Contact: Erica Allison, Formation PR + Brand
media@formationpr.com / 828-358-4867

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May
17

The Trust Announces Dr. Kristen Naney, New Director of Learning and Impact

The Kate B. Reynolds Charitable Trust is pleased to announce a new director of learning and impact, Dr. Kristen Naney, who currently works as a public health epidemiologist in the Population Health Division of the Durham County Health Department.

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May
12

Dogwood Health Trust Matching Grant Enables Haywood, Jackson, Macon, Swain, Clay, and Graham Counties to Leverage Millions in Support for Affordable Housing Initiatives

Asheville, N.C. – As part of its ongoing commitment to bring affordable housing to Western North Carolina, Dogwood Health Trust recently granted Haywood County, a member of the Southwestern NC HOME Consortium (the Consortium), a one-time match to be used in the Consortium’s bid for a Home Investment Partnerships Program (HOME) grant. The Consortium consists of Haywood, Jackson, Macon, Swain, Clay and Graham Counties and the towns within those counties that are working together to secure funding for and implement initiatives that will support affordable housing efforts in their communities.

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May
12

Noelle McKay Joins Community Foundation of Henderson County as Program Officer

Hendersonville, N.C., May 12, 2021 – Community Foundation of Henderson County is pleased to announce the addition of Program Officer Noelle McKay to its professional team. Bringing with her more than 20 years of professional experience in the nonprofit sector, Noelle’s role with the Community Foundation is Program Officer, providing management to grant making functions.

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