News Updates

Below you will find news from the Trust.

Vance County Chosen as Pilot for Award-Winning Mobile Medication Program

Vance County will be the first county in North Carolina to implement an award-winning mobile medication program to reduce hospitalization costs and readmission for adults with severe psychiatric illness.

Managed by Daymark Recovery Services, Vance County Mobile Medication Program will launch by early spring and aims to enroll 100 patients by the end of 2015. Patients with a history of psychiatric hospitalizations or repeated emergency department visits for behavioral health needs will be asked to participate.

Trust Accepting Applications for February 2016 Grant Cycle

The Kate B. Reynolds Charitable Trust is currently accepting both Poor and Needy and Health Care Division grant applications for the upcoming February 2016 grant cycle. 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 application process here. The application can be accessed here.

Trust in the Spotlight

It’s an exciting time at the Kate B. Reynolds Charitable Trust, as our Healthy Places NC work and ongoing efforts to invest in communities in a thoughtful, sustainable way grows. Here are just a few of the recent and upcoming opportunities to share our work and celebrate our staff members.

Healthy Places NC: Cultivating Community Health and Wellness

Launched by the Kate B. Reynolds Charitable Trust in 2012, Healthy Places NC is investing up to $100 million to improve the health of residents in 10 to 15 of the state’s rural, financially disadvantaged counties, many of which are home to high rates of obesity, diabetes and other serious health conditions. Healthy Places differs from traditional philanthropy in that grant-making is driven by community concerns, as well as the Trust’s assessment of the prospect for sustainable, long-term change.


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