Kate B. officer to head national group
Susan Richardson, a senior program officer in the health-care division of the Kate B. Reynolds Charitable Trust in Winston-Salam, has been named director of Reclaiming Futures, a national program to improve drug and alcohol treatment for teens in 29 juvenile courts in 17 states.
Kate B. Reynolds aims for deep impact
The Winston-Salem-based Kate B. Reynolds Charitable Trust, one of the largest charitable foundations in North Carolina, is making a dramatic change in the way it makes grants.
Reynolds Trust to aid small Forsyth nonprofits
After suspending new grantmaking for two cycles, the Poor and Needy Division of the trust is preparing to offer up to $50,000 in funding to as many as 15 Forsyth County nonprofits.
Effort aims to develop community health leaders
With research projecting a massive turnover in nonprofit leadership because of retirement and burnout, the Center for Creative Leadership in Greensboro has teamed up with the biggest national health-care foundation to develop a new generation of community health leaders.
Crocker joining Reynolds Trust
Joe Crocker, assistant secretary for community development for the state Department of Commerce and a former executive at Wachovia and the Z. Smith Reynolds Foundation, has been named director of the Trust’s Poor and Needy Division.
Foundation fellows learn the ropes
Fellows employed by North Carolina foundations say their jobs have opened their eyes to the realities of the nonprofit world, and opened doors to nonprofit resources and connections.
Pam Wyatt of Reynolds Trust dies at 54
The veteran nonprofit executive joined the Kate B. Reynolds Trust a year ago as director of its Poor and Needy Division, which makes grants in Forsyth County.
Smart to head Reynolds Trust’s health division
The Kate B. Reynolds Charitable Trust has promoted Allen J. Smart to oversee its health-care division, succeeding retiring director John H. Frank.
Mobile-dental-unit initiative offers lessons
The Kate B. Reynolds Charitable Trust gave $3.5 million to 16 groups to support mobile dental units, mainly serving children at schools, and portable dental units, mainly serving elderly people at nursing homes.
Partnership targets community-health leadership
The Center for Creative Leadership and the Kate B. Reynolds Charitable Trust are teaming up to train the next generation of community-health leaders in Eastern North Carolina.