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Jul
10

Announcing the Fall 2020 Traditional Grant Cycle and the NEW Fluid Strategic Investment Program to support COVID-19 relief efforts

Non-profit organizations located in or serving residents within the Foundation’s service area working towards improved health and wellness are invited to explore funding opportunities available from the Foundation for a Healthy High Point.  

The Foundation offers two competitive grant programs:

  • The Traditional Grant Program, for funding requests exceeding $10,000
  • The NEW Fluid Strategic Investment Program for requests to support COVID-19 relief efforts, which will temporarily replace the Small Grants Program for the balance of 2020. 
The Foundation's Small Grants Program is temporarily suspended for the 3rd and 4th quarters of 2020.

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Jul
06

The Duke Endowment Releases 2019 Annual Report: Partners in Progress

For 95 years, The Duke Endowment has supported quality organizations in North Carolina and South Carolina to safeguard children, strengthen health care, bolster education and fortify spiritual life. Our founder directed us to use our resources to improve life in the Carolinas, and we are privileged to partner with others toward that shared goal. 
 

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Jul
06

Triangle Capacity-Building Network Grants $290,000 to Organizations Led by and Serving People of Color

In May, the Foundation, as part of the Triangle Capacity-Building Network, announced $290,000 ($10,000 grants) in stabilization funding to support organizations led by and are supporting people of color and addresses the need for adaption and innovation to ensure continued viability of the organizations during and post COVID-19. 

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Jun
25

Trustees Award State-Level Systemic Change Strategy Grants and Community Progress Fund Grants Totaling $2.3 Million to 43 Organizations Across NC

Z. Smith Reynolds Foundation (ZSR) is pleased to announce its Spring 2020 grant awards under its All For NC Framework for Grantmaking and Learning. In May 2020, ZSR’s Board of Trustees awarded State-Level Systemic Change Strategy grants and Community Progress Fund grants totaling $2.3 million to 43 organizations across North Carolina.
 

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Jun
25

The Foundation for a Healthy High Point Celebrates the Distribution of $10.5 Million in Grantmaking

High Point, N.C. — On June 10, 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 $635, 457 in grants to local non-profits.
 

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Jun
23

Request For Proposal To Facilitate Design Process For Ages Three To Five Strategy Development

Below is a summary of the RFP for Design Team Facilitation from Get Ready Guilford Initiative. View the full pdf of the RFP here.

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Jun
19

John Rex Endowment Awards Over $1 Million to Support Wake County Children and their Families

John Rex Endowment Board of Directors approved over $1 million in grants to organizations that support children and their families to be safe, healthy and living to their full potential.

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Jun
19

What We're Learning: Bringing Racial Equity to the Forefront

In the ongoing series “What We’re Learning,” Sabrina Slade, Social Innovation Director with John Rex Endowment, shares her views on racial equity as a Black woman, as a Southern funder, and her hopes for the philanthropic sector.

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Jun
19

A Message from Our President: Ignite the Comfortable

I have really struggled to put into writing the emotions I have felt over the last three months. From the anticipation of opening a new performing arts center to helping address locally how we responded to a world-wide pandemic, to, now, another act of racism.

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Jun
18

Z. Smith Reynolds Foundation Awards $650,000 to Organizations Working to Address Immediate Impacts of COVID-19 in Four Areas

Funding to direct assistance; workers’ rights, safety, and conditions; fair, safe, and accessible elections; and innovative, equitable educational opportunities
 

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