November 2017 – NC Grants Roundup
The Women’s Fund of Winston-Salem's will award $157,000 in grants to local programs and initiatives that address the economic security of women and girls in Forsyth County, the SECU Foundation will grant a $5,000 stipend to each of the ten Public Fellows it has selected for its Public Fellows Internship Program, applications for the Community Foundation of Henderson County Women in Need of Support grants are open until December 15th, and more.
11.23.15 NC Nonprofit News
N.C. GreenPower launches pilot program to provide matching grants for the installation of a solar PV array at schools, Food Lion will partner with customers to donate to the Food Lion Feeds "Holidays Without Hunger" campaign, Lenovo announced a partnership with Dress for Success Triangle, and more.
11.16.15 NC Nonprofit News
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Women’s funds to gather in November
The Women’s Fund of Winston-Salem and the Wake County Women’s Giving Network each will hold a luncheon event next month.
Winston-Salem women’s giving lauded
The Women’s Fund of Winston-Salem awarded a total of $162,511 in grants to benefit local women and girls, an accomplishment celebrated by Jill Tiefenthaler, provost of Wake Forest University.
Winston-Salem women target prevention
The Women’s Fund of Winston-Salem awarded grants totaling more than $182,276 to prevent problems affecting women in Forsyth County.