Operating funds to support the Housing Authority of Winston-Salem (HAWS)/Bethesda Center supportive housing collaborative.
Operating funds to support their case management services for the chronically homeless served at the day shelter.
Capital support for expansion of facilities by adding four early child care classrooms to eliminate waiting list and increase capacity to provide space for parenting and community services for financially disadvantaged families in east Winston-Salem. The classrooms will have their own restrooms, food prep and hand washing sinks and be furnished and equipped to encourage active exploration and movement. The addition of four classrooms will allow The Bethlehem Center to reclaim space originally intended for parenting/community services and eliminate their waiting list.
Capital support to fund the purchase and renovation of a new dedicated site for operations and program delivery. By offering site-based services they will increase the number of children participating in regular, structured programming. Trust funds will help to purchase and upfit an existing building of approximately 10,000 square feet in a location that is highly visible and easily accessible to all of Forsyth County, especially those from financially-disadvantaged communities.
Operating funds to support an enhanced site-based middle school program at three Title 1 middle schools in Forsyth County.
Funds on behalf of Pearly Graham-Hoskins' service to the Health Care Division Advisory Council.
Planning funds to seek expertise and consultation in designing a community prevention program.
Operating funds to implement a community centered prevention program.
Funds on behalf of Pearly Graham-Hoskins' service to the Health Care Division Advisory Council for Mammograms at Bladen County Hospital for the uninsured.
Operating and capital funds to replace a primary care practice and support a mid-level provider to serve low-income individuals in the Dublin area in Bladen County.