In the News
Below you will find links to published articles about the Kate B. Reynolds Charitable Trust, Trust grantees and relevant statewide initiatives.
The Kate B. Reynolds Charitable Trust is contributing $1.3 million to a statewide initiative that addresses chronic pain issues and reducing prescription drug abuse over the next two years. Richard Craver, Winston-Salem Journal, April 19, 2013
In an attempt to stem the increase in prescription drug overdoses, Community Care of North Carolina says it will oversee a $2.6 million project to address chronic pain issues. Jason deBruyn, Triangle Business Journal, April 17, 2013
The Department of Teacher Education and Graduate Studies at Salem College received a $16,500 grant from the Kate B. Reynolds Charitable Trust to create a Teachers as Practitioners Benevolence Fund. The Chronicle, April 13, 2013
Kelly Traylor, RN, MSN, is the nurse supervisor for the Northeast Collaborative Nurse Family Partnership (NFP) program, serving mothers in Northampton, Edgecombe, Halifax and Hertford counties. The site, launched in August 2012, continues to succeed under Traylor’s leadership.
Over the next several months, both KaBOOM! and the Kate B. Reynolds Charitable Trust will work with the local community to find suitable locations for new playgrounds in McDowell. McDowell News, March 23, 2013
Motivating Adolescents with Technology to Choose Health (MATCH) is a curriculum for middle school students developed by one of the authors (G.T.H.) when he was a science teacher in Martin County, North Carolina, where obesity rates are extremely high. North Carolina Medical Journal, January/February 2013
The Kate B. Reynolds Charitable Trust has great expectations of today’s youth. The Winston-Salem-based Trust will invest $30 million over the next decade in a program designed to help Forsyth County youngsters excel. Layla Garms, The Chronicle, December 27, 2012
In May of this year, the Kate B. Reynolds Charitable Trust announced it would invest millions of dollars in McDowell County over the next 10 years to improve the health and overall quality of life for the people who live here. Mike Conley, McDowell News, December 26, 2012