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The American South faces a number of pressing issues, including struggling local economies, lack of access to affordable healthcare and other resources, underfunded schools, and more. And while some funders have stepped up to provide funding, the South remains underfunded relative to other regions.
Communities In Schools of Robeson County has secured a $330,000 grant that will address Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACES) or traumas and disparities associated with violence, COVID-19 and other natural disasters.
The John 316 Center announced it has received a $200,000 grant to establish the Roanoke Valley Afterschool Collaborative over the next two years from the Kate B. Reynolds Charitable Trust in Winston-Salem.
Resilient North Carolina, a website created by the NC Healthy & Resilient Communities Initiative, has launched. Resilient North Carolina is intended for all North Carolinians, with the goal of sharing best practices and connecting individuals and organizations building resilience and reducing trauma statewide.
The Beaufort County Behavioral Health Task force has launched Riverfront Talks: Substance Matters, a podcast series created to engage community members in conversations about substance use disorder and co-occuring disorders.
The 2023 tax season officially began on Monday, January 23 and Lumber River United Way will again host the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance — VITA — program.
When we launched our special initiative Healthy Places NC 10 years ago, it was more than a $100 million project to improve health in 10 rural counties. Healthy Places has helped shape the future of the Trust’s grantmaking and these communities will be crucial partners as we continue our work to improve health, promote equitable outcomes, and help residents thrive.