The Winston-Salem Foundation Announces September Community Grants

The Winston-Salem Foundation Announces September Community Grants


The Winston-Salem Foundation announces 20 Community Grants totaling $614,176 that will touch the lives of many living in Forsyth County.


This support is made possible by donors to the Foundation’s unrestricted funds and other flexible funds.

Grants were awarded to organizations in the following program areas: animal welfare, community and economic development, education, environment, human services, and public interest.

  • Bethesda Center for the Homeless - $20,816 for a case manager for a third year

  • Carolina Center for Cognitive Rehabilitation - $8,925 for a part-time clinical rehabilitation professional for a third year

  • Children’s Hope Alliance - $15,000 to train the Assertive Community Treatment team

  • City With Dwellings -$25,000 for a full-time program director

  • Financial Pathways of the Piedmont - $23,000 for a program coordinator for the Asset Building Coalition for a third year

  • Forsyth Community Food Consortium - $20,000 to support the Forsyth Community Food Consortium for a fourth year

  • Forsyth Futures - $225,000 to collect and leverage community information in order to enhance the quality of life for Forsyth County residents for three years

  • H.O.P.E. of Winston-Salem - $25,535 for a full-time executive director

  • IFB Solutions - $25,000 to train employees to use new optic equipment

  • Imagine Forsyth - $50,000 for a community engagement coordinator and a collaborative action network facilitator for two years

  • Imprints Cares - $21,000 for a part-time evaluator position for a second year

  • Kaleideum Downtown - $25,200 to contract with an information technology consultant for a second year

  • Morningside and Reynolds Park Neighborhood Association - $500 for a Community Day

  • Piedmont Environmental Alliance - $10,000 for a program manager for a third year

  • Positive Wellness Alliance - $20,000 for a full-time outreach worker

  • Simon Green Atkins Community Development Corporation - $65,000 for staff to manage the expansion of the business incubator facility for a third year

  • Veterans Yoga Project - $4,200 for a veteran yoga program

  • Wake Forest Innovation Quarter - $10,000 for a dog park at the Innovation Quarter

  • Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools - $10,000 for a global journalism program

  • Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools - $10,000 for parent and community engagement events at Cook Literacy Model School for a second year