Learn how the Perquimans County Restoration Association supports the oldest brick house in North Carolina: The Newbold-White House. Read about the house and its agency endowment here.
The North Carolina Community Foundation Disaster Relief Fund is still at work across North Carolina helping communities recover from Hurricane Matthew.
NCCF local affiliate foundations across the state are inspired to build community leadership through the Blueprint for Success.
Anthony Price, CEO of the Moore Free and Charitable Clinic, was just one of last week's grants recipients from the Moore County Community Foundation. MCCF awarded more than $95,000 to the local community. Read about its grants ceremony here.
Grants in Carteret, Cherokee, Clay, Graham and Greene counties and in Catawba Valley open July 21 with applications due at noon Aug. 22.
Grants in Edgecombe, Nash, Warren and Wilson counties open July 14, with applications due at noon Aug. 15.
The Enterprise Holdings Foundation recently donated $1,000 in support of the North Carolina Community Foundation.
Grants in Haywood, Jackson, Macon and Madison counties along with the Eastern Band of Cherokees and Women’s Fund of North Carolina open July 7, with applications due at noon Aug. 8.
The summer newsletter is hot off the press and headed to a mailbox near you!
NCCF gathers a few long term recovery groups working on Matthew issues in some hard-hit eastern NC communities to share best-practices, resources, frustrations and opportunities.