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Governor Proclaims September as PACE Month in North Carolina

The Kate B. Reynolds Charitable Trust congratulates the North Carolina PACE (Programs of All-Inclusive Care for the Elderly) Association for their work assisting the state’s elderly as Governor Pat McCrory proclaims that September be recognized as PACE Month in North Carolina. The Trust’s involvement with PACE dates back to 2006 and continues today as the Trust seeks to make strategic investments that will improve the design and delivery of behavioral health services to older North Carolinians, especially in rural areas of the state.

How Grantmaking Can Create Adaptive Organizations

Too often, philanthropists behave like bank loan officers, giving grants in return for prescribed programs and outcomes. Instead, philanthropists should create collaborative relationships with grantees that cultivate critical thinking, learning, and adaptation—an approach called evocative grantmaking.

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