On Nov. 23rd, volunteers from Kate B. Reynolds Charitable Trust, Enfield Parks & Recreation, and KaBOOM! organizers will join the Enfield community to build a new playground at Myers Park. Erica Anderson, WNCT9, October 28, 2013
Saturday was national Make a Difference Day, and in Belhaven roughly 200 people, some residents, some traveling from across the state, made a noticeable difference by building a playground in one day. Vail Stewart Rumley, Washington Daily News, October 26, 2013
For the first time since the Forsyth County Department of Social Services started using the statewide NC FAST system, the department is working food stamp cases in the current month instead of trying to reduce a backlog. Meghann Evans, Winston-Salem Journal, October 23, 2013
The Kate B. Reynolds Charitable Trust announced today that Rockingham County has been invited to participate in Healthy Places North Carolina, a long-term Trust initiative announced in 2012 to improve health and health care in rural, financially disadvantaged North Carolina counties.
The Kate B. Reynolds Charitable Trust, joined by national and state philanthropic partners, announced more than $600,000 in funds to help inform low-income, Spanish-speaking and rural North Carolinians about new affordable health insurance options available through North Carolina’s new Health Insurance Marketplace.
Triad organizations and a national philanthropy are donating more than $600,000 to help inform low-income, Spanish-speaking and rural North Carolinians about new affordable health insurance options available through North Carolina’s new Health Insurance Marketplace. News & Record, October 15, 2013
On September 19 the sun was shining in Buies Creek, North Carolina, as hundreds of people arrived at Campbell University to celebrate the state's first new Medical School in 35 years. North Carolina Governor Pat McCrory spoke at the historic event and was joined by Campbell trustees, donors, and local and state elected officials.