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Oct
08

Z. Smith Reynolds Foundation Awards $50,000 Grant to Forsyth County Board of Elections to Support Fair and Safe Elections

Funding will ensure Forsyth County can implement additional measures to safely administer elections during the COVID-19 pandemic
 

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Oct
08

Funding Opportunity: North Carolina Collaborative for Strong Latinx Communities

The North Carolina Collaborative for Strong Latinx Communities (NCCSLC) is now accepting responses to their RFP supporting organizations or groups led by, serving, and accountable to Latinx people and communities with general operating support.
 
 

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Oct
07

Impact Alamance Addresses Gaps Advanced by the COVID-19 Pandemic

As individuals and institutions begin to transition into a “new normal,” community needs remain significant and emergent. That’s why Impact Alamance invested $320,000 to continue its efforts to address resource gaps throughout the county. Funds were allocated to address systemic and structural issues generated or intensified by the COVID-19 pandemic.
 

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Oct
02

Golden LEAF announces $5.5 million in awards for job creation, leadership development, new services for farmers, and welcomes new Board member

ROCKY MOUNT, N.C., (October 1, 2020) – Today, the Golden LEAF Board of Directors announced more than $5.5 million in funding for projects that will support the creation of 235 jobs, a program to provide leadership and capacity building training, additional funding for three disaster recovery projects, and equipment to enable the state to provide new services that will directly serve our famers. The Golden LEAF Board allocated funds to be awarded through the Golden LEAF Scholarship Program for the 2021-2022 school year. The Board also welcomed new Board member Charles Brown and heard an update from Dr. Bill Carver, Interim President of the North Carolina Community College System (NCCCS).
 

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Oct
01

Z. Smith Reynolds Foundation Now Accepting Applications for Community Progress Fund

The Z. Smith Reynolds Foundation (ZSR) is now accepting applications for its Community Progress Fund.

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Sep
30

Healthcare Foundation of Wilson Awards 15 Responsive Grants

WILSON, N.C. (July 1, 2020) – Healthcare Foundation of Wilson announces 15 grant awards totaling $782,649 to support community projects that focus on solutions to some of the greatest health challenges for Wilson.
 

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Sep
29

The Foundation for a Healthy High Point Awards Grants to Nine Local Non-Profits

High Point, N.C. — On September 9, 2020 the Board of Directors for The Foundation for a Healthy High Point — a private foundation that invests in the advancement of health and wellness for High Point residents — approved a total of $162,787 as a part of the Foundation’s third quarter Fluid Strategic Investment Program. Approximately 50% of the awarded funds were for programs addressing social, behavioral and physical health, 38% of funds addressed food insecurity, and 12% of funds were for personal protective equipment.

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Sep
29

Triangle Community Foundation Awards $90,000 in General Operating Support Grants to 13 Local Arts & Culture Organizations

Research Triangle Park, September 28, 2020: Triangle Community Foundation has announced 13 inaugural grant partners in their recently re-launched Arts & Culture impact area. This group of grantee partners collectively received $90,000 in general operating support, responding to a need for flexible funding, particularly as arts organizations are facing unique challenges due to COVID-19.

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Sep
29

Golden LEAF focuses on job creation, workforce training, and strategic programs to help boost economic opportunities in rural and tobacco dependent communities

The work of the Golden LEAF Foundation has brought resources and creative solutions to rural, tobacco-dependent and economically distressed communities in North Carolina for more than 20 years. With a mission rooted in long-term economic advancement, the Foundation has awarded a combined 1,882 projects across the state since 1999. Projects totaling more than $1 billion have helped create more than 65,000 jobs, support almost $700 million in new payroll and help train more than 85,000 workers. Earlier this month, the Foundation submitted their annual report to the N.C. General Assembly as required by law.

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Sep
23

Dogwood Announces NEW Racial Equity Grants

Racial Equity Community Grants are designed as a first step from Dogwood Health Trust to infuse capital into historically underfunded organizations whose primary purpose is serving Black, indigenous and communities of color, and whose leadership is  representative of the communities they serve. Our goal is to recognize and support the great work and leadership that is already taking place, and help to solidify or expand that work.
 

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