Our city must reach once again for the glass half-full and address a different set of challenges. It must contend with a crisis in the ability of our children to participate in a revitalized economy. Family Services, Forsyth Woman, November 30, 2016
Health outcomes in the far southeastern part of North Carolina are some of the worst in the state. But some folks are making a concerted effort to turn those numbers around. Thomas Goldsmith, North Carolina Health News, November 28, 2016
The Trust recently held the 2016 Innovations in Rural Health Award at an event at Campbell University and took the opportunity to check in on the innovative ideas that won in 2013 and 2014. With the Rural Health Award, the Trust decided to step outside of North Carolina to seek innovative ideas and bring those solutions back to North Carolina’s rural communities.
The Kate B. Reynolds Charitable Trust is excited to share the February 2017 grant cycle announcements. To be eligible for funding, applicants must complete an advance consultation with the Trust before submitting an application.
Please find the Poor and Needy Division funding announcement here.
Please find the Health Care Division funding announcement here.
It has only been a few weeks since Nick and Teresa Goins became first time parents welcoming their daughter Chloe into the world. “It’s been great. It’s not like anything else you’ve ever experienced,” Teresa Goins said. Natalie Wilson, myfox8.com, November 15, 2016
A widespread community collaboration between several different organizations has produced a result that will have a positive impact on Valdese residents for years to come. Tammie Gercken, The News Herald, November 2, 2016
The time has come for Winston-Salem/Forsyth County to join the ranks of forward-thinking municipalities across the country and begin to plan for the implementation of a universal pre-K system. Robert J. Feikema, Winston Salem Journal, November 2, 2016