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Sept. 30: Prevent Child Abuse, Hospice, Easter Seals UCP, and more

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Prevent Child Abuse North Carolina received two-year, $268,771 grant from Kate B. Reynolds Charitable Trust to work with community-based agencies to address youth substance-abuse and behavioral-health issues.


SECU Foundation made $1 million commitment to Crystal Coast Hospice House, Newport.


Easter Seals UCP, Charlotte, received $25,000 from Northwestern Mutual Foundation.


Clara House, Family Service of the Piedmont, Greensboro, received $20,000 grant from the Mary Kay Foundation.


Alice Aycock Poe Center for Health Education, Raleigh, raised $25,000 at 20th anniversary fundraising event on Sept. 17.


WinstonNet, Winston-Salem, received $36,000 grant from Charles Babcock Jr. Discretionary Fund, The Winston-Salem Foundation.


Over 150 partners and staff, PricewaterhouseCoopers, Charlotte, volunteered Sept. 23 at three Charlotte-Mecklenburg public schools.


Autism Society of North Carolina raised over $21,000 at 3d annual Greensboro Run/Walk for Autism Sept. 17, with proceeds to be split between Guilford County chapter and Triad Services Office, Autism Society of North Carolina.


Work Family Resource Center, Winston-Salem, received $33,000 grant from Kate B. Reynolds Charitable Trust to fund child-care transportation for children of teen parents attending K-12 schools in Winston-Salem and Forsyth County.


Center for Principled Problem Solving, Guilford College, Greensboro, received $50,000 cash gift from alumna Esther Hall to benefit its endowment.

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