Funds to support COVID-19 response with funding allocated to: The Black Philanthropy Initiative’s Impact Grants Program 2020 to support black-led organizations in the four key areas identified in the Rethinking Philanthropy Report ($30,000); General operating expenses to support non-profit organizations in Forsyth County administering COVID-19 support to disproportionately impacted individuals and families ($170,000); and finally, direct program support to residents experiencing financial needs in Forsyth County ($300,000).
Programmatic funds to build stronger relationships between Medicaid providers and refugee and immigrant communities in the Triad region of North Carolina (Forsyth, Guilford, Rockingham, and Davidson counties).
Capital funds to update equipment in 24 community computer labs throughout Forsyth County.
General operating funds for employment and career supports for people with low incomes in Forsyth County.
Programmatic funds to engage parents with children ages 0-8 who are experiencing persistent poverty in learning opportunities, collaboration, goal setting, and advocacy efforts.
Programmatic funds to continue and expand the data sharing project between Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools and partner organizations.
Programmatic funds for a health system to partner with marginalized communities to redesign services.
General operating funds to increase the capacity to provide technical assistance to development initiatives in East Winston-Salem.
General operating funds to strengthen community connections through outreach to low-income neighborhoods, nonprofits, and faith communities, and other partners seeking to address poverty and food insecurity.
Programmatic funds to promote the expansion of Medicaid coverage through public education and the engagement of community leaders.