Mountain Area Health Education Center, Asheville, NC, awarded $202,000 by the Duke Endowment, Charlotte, NC, to expand development services for community health coalitions in Western North Carolina.
Palmetto Health Alliance, Columbia, SC, awarded $50,000 by the Duke Endowment, Charlotte, NC for the Midland Rape Crisis Network.
Rex Healthcare, Raleigh, NC, awarded $100,000 by the Duke Endowment, Charlotte, NC, to fund a new exhibit at the Poe Center for Health Education.
Hitchcock Rehabilitation Center, Aiken, SC, awarded $65,000 by the Duke Endowment Charlotte, NC, to develop a fitness and wellness program for the disabled.
Children’s Home Society of North Carolina, Inc., Greensboro, NC, awarded $300,000 to expand post-adoption services by the Duke Endowment, Charlotte, NC.
Duke Endowment, Charlotte, NC, has awarded $67,000 to the Carolina Youth Development Center, Inc., Charleston, SC, to upgrade information systems.
Cherokee Center for Family Services, Cherokee, NC, awarded $30,000 by the Duke Endowment, Charlotte, NC, to establish the White Path Center, a culture-based program for Cherokee Indian youth in a residential setting.
Alternate R.O.O.T.S., a community-based arts program in Altlanta, GA, received a $150,000 grant from the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation. The grant will be used to fund arts programs in rural communities.
Grantmakers for Children, Youth and Families, Inc., Washington, DC, awarded $2,500 by Duke Endowment, Charlotte, NC for annual membership fees.