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Jan
19

WSF Now Accepting Scholarship Applications For 2021-2022 School Year

WINSTON-SALEM, NC – The Winston-Salem Foundation is now accepting applications for its scholarship program for the 2021-2022 academic year. Deadlines are March 15 for most merit-based scholarships and July 1 for financial need-based scholarships.

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Jan
13

The Winston-Salem Foundation Committee Announces New Board Member

WINSTON-SALEM, NC – The Winston-Salem Foundation welcomes Wendy H. Brenner to The Winston-Salem Foundation Committee, the Foundation’s primary governing body.
 
 

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Jan
13

Black Philanthropy Initiative Requests Video Proposals for Impact Grants Program

The Black Philanthropy Initiative (BPI) is now accepting applications for its Impact Grants program. BPI’s Impact Grants are investments in local programs, projects, and initiatives that support issues impacting Black communities in Forsyth County.

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Jan
11

Dogwood Health Trust Announces Board Member Appointments, Departure

Asheville, N.C. – Dogwood Health Trust is pleased to announce the addition of three members to its Board of Directors. The Board has confirmed Rear Admiral (ret.) Richard Houck (Transylvania County), Mr. Fred Jones (Macon County), and Bishop José McLoughlin (Henderson County), as new members. John Ball, M. D., J.D., rotated off the board, as his term ended in 2020.

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Jan
04

Samaritan Ministries Annual Award Given to The Winston-Salem Foundation

WINSTON-SALEM, NC (DECEMBER 31, 2020)—Samaritan Ministries recently named The Winston-Salem Foundation as the recipient of the 2020 Good Samaritan Philanthropy Award.
 

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Jan
04

Dogwood Health Trust Funds More Than $47 Million in Grants and Community Investments in 2020

Grants and community investments that touch every county in Western North Carolina and the Qualla Boundary are highlighted in first Annual Report
 

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Dec
21

Foundation for a Healthy High Point Hires New Executive Director Committed to Expanding Their Impact

Curtis Holloman joins the Foundation with 20 years of community investment experience and ambitious plans for the organization’s future.  
 

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Dec
21

Black Philanthropy Initiative Announces Equity in Education Grant Recipients

The Black Philanthropy Initiative (BPI) announces $60,000 in grants awarded through its Advancing Equity in Education grant program.  
 

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Dec
18

LGF Supports Justice-Impacted Communities & Shares Responses in 2020

LGF distributed a record $4.35 million in grants in 2020, increasing our payout to respond to the multiple crises of this year.  LGF’s efforts focused on building on our support of BIPOC (Black, Indigenous and People of Color) communities, who were most impacted by the pandemic, and who led the movement for racial justice.  As we committed to earlier in the year, LGF actively listened to communities across the South and country about how to be stronger partners in philanthropy at this particular time, and shaped our responses based on that input. 

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Dec
18

Women to Women Donate $150,000 to Virus Relief in 2020

This year, Women to Women hosted its first “Non-Event” instead of its traditional fall luncheon that allowed guests to stay home and make a direct contribution to provide for the basic needs of struggling women and their families in Guilford County.

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