Western Piedmont Community College President Dr. Michael Helmick recently sat down with Abena Asante, a senior program officer at the Kate B. Reynolds Charitable Trust, to discuss how the Healthy Places North Carolina initiative is taking shape in Burke County. The News Herald, March 27, 2015
Foundations that have experimented with place-based initiatives have come to realize the limitations of operating solely at the neighborhood level.
Doug Easterling Wake Forest School of Medicine
Allen J. Smart Kate B. Reynolds Charitable Trust
A software problem with the state’s food stamp system left scores of North Carolina families without the means to buy needed food. The Kate B.