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Apr
06

COVID-19 Response Fund for Forsyth County Awards First Grants: over $1 Million to 15 Local Nonprofits to Help Community Members

A total of $1,062,000 has been awarded to 15 local nonprofits in the first announcement of grants awarded from the COVID-19 Response Fund for Forsyth County. These awards will ensure rapid funding for nonprofit organizations meeting basic needs for community members impacted by the pandemic, including food, shelter, housing, and emergency financial assistance.  Additional grants will be announced as they are made.
 

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Apr
06

Outer Banks Community Foundation Awards $37,680 in COVID-19 Rapid Response Grants to Nine Nonprofits

In its second round of COVID-19 Rapid Response Grants, the Outer Banks Community Foundation has announced $37,680 in emergency funding to nine local nonprofits, supporting their efforts to provide for the basic, urgent needs of Outer Bankers during the COVID-19 crisis.  

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Apr
03

Golden LEAF announces $12.2 million in funding, welcomes new Board members

Funding supports projects in the Sandhills Prosperity Zone,
economic advancement, scholarships, disaster recovery

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Apr
03

United Way and Community Foundation Announce First Round of COVID-19 Response Grants to Area Nonprofits

Hendersonville, N.C., April 3, 2020 – United Way of Henderson County and Community Foundation of Henderson County have announced the recipients of the first round of relief grants from the COVID-19 Response Fund. The awards are aiding organizations which are working directly with individuals affected by the coronavirus crisis in Henderson County.

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Apr
02

Fund local news like the critical infrastructure it is, and start now

As we think about what we need in North Carolina to get through the coronavirus crisis, individually and collectively, we need to include our local news providers in our thinking and our immediate relief efforts. These organizations are critical infrastructure for healthy communities. Their lives and business have been upended even as our need for their service intensifies.

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Apr
02

Z. Smith Reynolds Foundation Celebrates 30 Years of Awarding Sabbaticals to North Carolina Nonprofit Leaders

For 30 years, ZSR has invested more than $3 million in a Sabbatical Program to give veteran nonprofit leaders a break

 
 

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Apr
01

McGrady Family Contributes $100,000 to Henderson County COVID-19 Response Fund

Hendersonville, N.C., April 1, 2020 – A newly created emergency response fund to assist Henderson County nonprofits responding to the coronavirus received a $100,000 gift this week from Chuck and Jean McGrady, Mike McGrady, and Kathy McGrady.

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Apr
01

The Duke Endowment Awards $2.5 Million in COVID-19 Relief for the Carolinas

Grants Focus on Statewide Response Efforts Aimed at Addressing Critical Needs

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Mar
31

Gaston Community Foundation and First Gaston Foundation make $100,000 Contribution to Virus Relief Fund

Gaston Community Foundation and the First Gaston Foundation Fund (a fund held by the Community Foundation) announce a $100,000 grant to the Gaston County Virus Relief Fund. The Gaston Community Foundation is supporting $50,000 and the First Gaston Foundation Fund is also supporting $50,000 towards the relief. "The Community Foundation is working in partnership with the United Way to provide funding to nonprofits serving on the front lines of the virus. We have dedicated staff, resources and our own funding to ensure we can help those most impacted by the virus," stated Ernest Sumner, President GCF. 

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Mar
30

Community Foundation of the Dan River Region Launches Coronavirus Relief Fund

With a tremendous sense of empathy and urgency, The Community Foundation of the Dan River Region has launched a Coronavirus Relief Fund. This is a critical time—for foundations, corporations, individuals and organizations to step up and combine resources to address and limit negative impacts from the current public health crisis to the people and communities of our region. The Community Foundation has committed $25,000 in seed money to establish the Fund, and requests contributions to meet immediate and ongoing needs.

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