Crossnore Communities for Children has received a $4 million grant from the federal Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration for its Center for Trauma Resilient Communities initiative.
We spoke with Mike Foster, executive director of the Winston-Salem Street School about their mission to foster inclusive economy by connecting youth to educational and vocational opportunities.
Blue Cross NC and the Trust recently partnered on a funding opportunity to “Support Grassroots Efforts to Promote Equitable Early Childhood Systems,” that reflects the principles of clarity, transparency, accessibility and learning. Read about the inclusive application process and what was learned in PEAK Grantmaking.
WS RISE has enlisted the support of many, including Winston-Salem State University and its Center for the Study of Economic Mobility (CSEM), which shares WS RISE’s emphasis on breaking down the barriers to wealth-building in East Winston and reversing generations of poverty.
At the Trust, we’re partnering with community to ensure informal caregivers–family, friends, and neighbors (FFN)–have access to high-quality resources, because…
When we look at investments made in the early days of the Trust, we see charitable giving. Today, through our Local Impact in Forsyth County program, we work to improve quality of life for residents in our hometown by supporting efforts to address systemic health, education, and economic challenges.
Today, Mrs. Reynolds’ gifts have enabled us to support thriving communities — partnering together for equitable health care, education, and economic opportunities for North Carolina residents.
At the Kate B. Reynolds Charitable Trust, we are working to improve the quality of life for residents in Forsyth…